Thinking back to the leaders I’ve responded to most, they have all possessed this under appreciated skill.Read More The leaders I’ve responded to most, have all possessed this under appreciated skill. I’m hoping to continue cultivating this in my own leadership and coaching.
I speak on the difference in cultural values between the US and Germany a few times a year and appreciate the insights following the election this week. The secret to Germany’s happiness and success: Its values are the opposite of Silicon Valley’sRead More “The secret to Germany’s happiness and success…”
A beautiful Swiss day at Chalet Nyon. What don’t you see? What you don’t see… I awoke at 6am at my hotel in the Alps after an incredible weekend of speaking to youth. Hurried down the mountain to catch the train, and missed it…by one minute. I took the train 10 minutes later and watched […]Read More What you don’t see.
Our lives are part of an epic, eternal story and I think fun is a big part of that. It is not an escaping from reality—but entering it more fully.Read More The Power of Play (Update)
Greetings from the high-speed ICE train! Currently moving at nearly 300km/hour somewhere between Brussels and Cologne and providing me an opportunity to write a bit. Is it too early for a New Year’s resolution? Our lives and work with students are so tied to the school calendar when August and September hit it feels like […]Read More From the Inter City Express…
Just a quick video message before we head downtown tonight… Read More Quick Video Message!
I woke up this morning needing to raise some funds and this was exactly what I needed to read!Read More Why missionaries are childish…
For expats, TCKs, and MKs living and operating at an intersection of the world has great advantages. It’s a culturally rich experience to be directly connected to so many parts of the world through the people around you. There are moments when it can be painful. When tragedy strikes, like it did on Tuesday, I […]Read More When being connected hurts.
I get to meet some amazing people and I must say that Clive is one of my favorites! My friend Clive is from Northern Ireland and has been living and ministering with his family as the Chaplain at an Anglican church in Switzerland for over a decade. All Saints Church has been an incredible support […]Read More Not in Kansas Anymore – Guest Post by an Irishman living in Switzerland.
We’ve just come through a one of our busiest summers as many international school students start back on Wednesday. Our summer has been marked by partnerships helping us introduce kids to the hope found in a relationship with Jesus. Shortly after school ended in June we partnered with Outpost Expeditions and took kids from Brussels, […]Read More Summery Summary and a Canadian Invasion