I must admit I thought this would be over by now. Call me optimistic (or call me naïve); but I somehow mitigated my emotions by letting myself believe that by summer’s end this would all blow over. Like the flu season comes to an end, I surmised that, surely, Corona virus season would be over […]
255 Million Definitions of Leadership
255,000,000. That?s the number of results Google returned when I typed in the words: definition of leadership. There may actually be more definitions of leadership than there are leaders in the world! So, it?s with great trepidation that I submit this blog post and the next that will hopefully result, with any help from the […]
Friendship in the Kingdom of God
This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. … I do not call you servants any longer, because the servant does not know what the master is doing; but I have called you friends, because I have made known to you everything that I have heard from my Father.” […]
Are You an Influencer at Work?
In my last blog post, How to Beat Procrastiholism, I argued that, primarily, we should think of work as something we are instead of something we do. We sometimes try to derive meaning from our work instead of realizing that work has meaning because we have meaning. The worker gives work value, not the other […]
Whose Kingdom Come?
Eugene Peterson, in
A Kingdom Outpost
(Editors note: Troy Walling is an alumni of the Journey and the owner of a business. We asked him to write about his experience of integrating his spiritual life with his role as a business owner. We hope you find his perspective helpful. We did! We look forward to more posts written by Troy from […]