think like a person of action : : act like a person of thought

Hey. I'm a very imperfect Christ follower, husband to my beautiful wife, and father to two amazing girls. I get the privilege of being part of the team at Voice Church.

One of the top goals of any leader is to keep the main things the main things. We are constantly being stretched in what feels like a thousand directions at a time. Work, kids, fitness, personal growth, career advancement, dating your spouse, while also having a thriving relationship with God. Many times, if we're honest, the goal can be survival. To just make it through another day work, put the kids to bed and curl up on the couch for a few moments of solitutude before going to bed and doing it all over again.

We can spend our time investing into those we lead and love while also stewarding the influence we have on social media to "mentor from a distance".

So here's the question...

In the middle of all that,when do we take time to take our hands off of the plow, look up and see more than the to do list? When do we take time to honestly evaluate the kind of person we’ve become and the person we’re becoming?

That's why I write this blog.

My hope is that the posts you’ll find here will encourage and challenge you to think like a person of action and act like a person of thought.

You get one life. It’s far too important to allow yourself to drift. No one gets to the life they want by drifting.

My goal is to help faith based leaders LIVE WELL. To LIVE INTENTIONALLY.

So take a look around. Hope you'll find it helpful.

If you're new to the blog, let me suggest a few posts to get started that'll give you an idea of what I'm about.

Go for consistency before you add complexity.

Planning can be the worst form of procrastination.

Having a Peace about it doesn't mean jack.

Pornography and Why You Are Not Alone

21 Months Later ... New Chapter Beginning

Don't allow faster to mean shallower.

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