New Year. New Journey. Let’s go!

It’s January 1, and as promised, we are going to set out on a new journey. I’m glad that you’re here, and I hope that you will continue along with me!

I can look back on the last decade of my life and tell you that I am not who I was “back then.” Are you? Probably not. We are created as dynamic beings; we are becoming something. The question is hand-holding-plant-ftrnot are we changing, but instead how are we changing? Are we becoming more bitter and resentful because of past wounds, or are we becoming more gracious and forgiving?Are we becoming more complacent, or are we becoming more intentional?  Are we becoming more afraid, or are we becoming more free?

I’d be willing to bet that none of you are looking to become more cynical, more hateful, more terrified of what this world can throw at you. If you’re like me, you want to become someone brave, someone kind, someone selfless, someone that leaves a mark on this world for the better. If you’re like me, sometimes you just don’t know where to start, or how to escape the slavery of all that is terribly wrong in order to be truly liberated and free to be what we were made to become.

So, if you’re eager for authenticity, if you are ready to grow, if you are ready to move forward, if you like obscure song lyrics that inspire your soul, and if you like quirky jokes that might, if we were face-to-face, at least gain a courtesy laugh out of you, then this blog is for you. You can look forward to bi-weekly posts on a wide variety of topics, all centered around becoming who we were made to be.

We are going to dive in together next Tuesday on a series focused on happiness. What is it? Is it real? Why are so many people unhappy, unfulfilled, disillusioned, and obviously missing it? Join me next Tuesday for So You Want To Be Happy? part 1. Invite your friends to join you for the ride, subscribe for email updates on the right-hand side of your screen, and let’s move forward…together.

Run Hard. Love Strong.


Going Deeper. Check out these resources:

Watch and Listen: Brandon Heath, “I’m Not Who I Was” 

Read: The Complete Green Letters by Miles J. Stanford