One year ago, my new book – Change for the First Time, Again – was released. In celebration of one year I created a new promo video. Check out the video below and grab a copy of the book from these outlets:
Why write a book about change? In this video I share some reflections on how the idea had been brewing for some years before pen went to paper (or fingers to computer). Check it out and pick up your copy today!
I shared this post over at my personal blog, but thought I’d post it here. Within the past couple of weeks, I finished a book that was water to my soul. It was Jonathan Martin’s new release, How to Survive a Shipwreck: Help Is on the Way and Love Is Already Here. I appreciate Zondervan sending […]
This excerpt comes from Chapter 9 in the book. I’ve mentioned the pressure we felt from others in regards to our financial situation. Frankly, that has always been one of my greatest tests. Not the finances, per se, but the interaction with people who think differently from me, challenge me, rub me the wrong way, […]
This excerpt comes from Chapter 8 in the book. In the mid 1990s, my parents purchased one of the first GPS devices made available to the public . . . for about $700. They still have the exact same one today! My wife and I eventually purchased one in Belgium for about €120 (approximately $140 […]
This excerpt comes from Chapter 6 in the book. There are Christmas mornings we remember so well from when we were kids. Presents packed tightly under the tree, stockings stuffed with little goodies, Christmas music playing throughout the house, and perhaps snowflakes falling from the sky. When it was time to open the gifts, if […]
This excerpt comes from Chapter 5 in the book. It was August when I arrived to the British Isles. I actually had the chance to visit the college a few months earlier in the spring of 2003. In an effort to consider how two colleges could partner together, Ken Steorts [President of Visible Music College] […]
This excerpt comes from Chapter 4 in the book. In life, there are certain things we feel we cannot live without. They are the essentials. You have yours; I have mine.