How I Found My Dream Job and Why It was Lost

A couple years ago I was stuck in a bad cycle. You know the one I’m talking about. Waking up every morning with a clenching feeling of dread in the pit of your stomach. Another day, another dollar. More like another day, another five cents. I knew what to expect.

Article Matthew Monk

Do You Feel Like God's Redheaded Stepchild?

Many of us approach God as if we’re his stepchildren, begging for scraps, but that’s not at all how he sees you.

Article Kyle Doty

Everything Was Hard and that Was Okay

Run enough miles, figuratively, literally, and you will be stripped bare. My attempt here is to illustrate what the mind does in midst of extreme stress and vulnerability. In the middle of our shit, there is still unfathomable light.

Article Matthew Monk

Never Underestimate The Impact Of Reevaluating Your Habits

I’ve long heard it said that we are creatures of habit. We find routines or they find us, we take on habits through intentionally or they form themselves without our conscious consent.

Article Alexander J. Lewis

Here's what you need to know so you can stay relevant

As a follow up to my previous article, The Dangers of Becoming Irrelevant, here are some practical tips to help you stay relevant.

Article Matthew Monk

What You Need to Know About the Dangers of Becoming Irrelevant

Becoming irrelevant is dangerous because it happens gradually…

Article Matthew Monk

Ableton's Little Drummer Toy Sequencer App

Ableton has published a holiday themed sequencer that lives in a web page. I’ve seen a few simple web drum machines and sequencers, but this one is special.

Article Aaron Deckler

What Does Salvation and Liberation Really Mean?

Salvation and Liberation are ancient and powerful concepts. More than concepts, they are some of the deepest longings of the human heart.

Article Matt Spinks

3 Things I've Learned About God from Endurance Training

Over the past 3 years I’ve taken on the mantle to train like I’ve never trained before. I’ve logged over 5000 miles on my feet, and found within myself, depths I never knew.

Article Matthew Monk

What if We Are All Just Leaves on the Same Tree?

Why is it that as humanity, we are so prone to compete and separate ourselves from one another? In our minds we have erected a fortress with the bricks of our beliefs and convictions, waging war at the first hint of a differing opinion.

Article Chris Hammond