Friday Finds 2-24-17

Friday Finds 2-24-17 It has been a busy time around our house. Steph and I are traveling to Austin this weekend, I am preaching at Grace Covenant Church on Sunday morning. I am preaching from 2 Corinthians 5:17-21, I always love getting the chance to speak to church congregations about...

Friday Finds 12-16-16

Friday Finds 12-16-16 Every year, my family watches “It’s a Wonderful Life” together. This year, my kids watched with their feet propped up by the fire. They make me laugh. What are some of your family traditions? Grab your morning coffee and enjoy a few articles...

Friday Finds 12-2-16

Friday Finds 12-2-16 I love December. While it may not be cold enough in Texas for nightly fires, I am enjoying the Christmas tree my family put up this last weekend. I hope that as you enter the hustle of the holiday season, you take time to reflect the birth of our Heavenly Father....

Friday Finds 8-26-16

Friday Finds 8-26-16 School started this week which means a lot has changed around the East household. We sent our youngest to Kindergarten, which means we have all 5 of our kids at the same elementary school! It’s a fun new season we have entered, full of new joys and challenges....

Friday Finds 4-8-16

Friday Finds 4-8-16 I’ve had people ask me recently why I haven’t been writing more posts. Although I have some ideas brewing in my mind, the truth is that I haven’t felt compelled to write on a certain topic. But I do continue to read what others are saying. Here’s...

What Should You Do With The Rest Of Your Life?

What Should You Do With The Rest Of Your Life?

We live in a world of a thousand choices. Like a child in line at the snack shop frozen by the myriad of options in front of him, so are many Christians today – who stand wondering, “What is God’s will for my life?” Their life is on pause as they wait to know what they should do with their life. It doesn’t have to be this way.

A Word to White, Moderate Ministry Leaders

A Word to White, Moderate Ministry Leaders

It doesn’t feel good to be called out. In fact, it can be downright offensive. But for those who have the humility – as well as the courage – to examine their hearts, it can be transformative. I know. It has been for me.

The Most Important Quality Of Christian Leaders

The Most Important Quality Of Christian Leaders

There are some authors that when they write, I listen. Henri Nouwen is one of those for me. As a follower of Christ, I am always looking to become more effective as a christian leader. When I come across something really good, I want to pass it on. This is one of those times.

Why leaders should tell stories

Why leaders should tell stories Stan Ward is one of the most engaging teachers on leadership I know. He’s engaging because he uses stories. I’m excited to have him guest post for you. – Kevin Here’s a new leadership lesson from an old story. What can leaders learn from the story of...