Often, I view the Sabbath as free time—a day with no work where I can do whatever I want. Yet, even at the end of days I haven’t worked, my soul still feels tired. Simply not working doesn’t bring me rest, which makes me think: maybe the Sabbath is not so much free time as it is freeing time—a day to remember the freedom we have from the cares of the world. A day for the soul to be reoriented toward its eschatelogical purpose.
To be a Lyft driver is really to be a rider in someone else’s story.
Leadership involves learning to balance four key elements: authority, friend, coworker, and servant. These four elements work together to create The Leadership Square.
Friendships can come in all shapes and sizes, and some are more unlikely than others. People say the homeless do not serve a purpose in society, sharing stories about how we should fear them. But amidst the fearful stories, this is a hopeful one. We are all made in the image of God, and this is part of my journey in recognizing that.