Where are you headed?
Maybe you’re already on track for your “dream job,” or maybe you don’t even know what it looks like yet. At this point in your life, it’s okay not to have everything figured out. But the sooner you start thinking critically about your professional future, the more [...]READ FULL POST →
Working with people is one of the hardest things we have to do.
All workplaces, even so-called Christian workplaces, have people in them. Not merely people, but sinners. When sinners get together there will always be conflict.
More often than not, the greatest challenge is getting along with people in [...]READ FULL POST →
The Tesla is becoming an increasingly frequent sight in the area in which I live, as are many other kinds of electric vehicles. Commercially, this technology is relatively new, but despite the political undertones inevitable to any discussion involving environmental technology, it can teach us a lot about our call to READ FULL POST →
On my recent trip to Oxford, “grab a bite at the Eagle and Child Pub” was on the top of my list, as it would be for any good C.S. Lewis fan visiting his old stomping grounds for the first time.
My friend and I sat in the back room where READ FULL POST →
I once heard a pastor say in his sermon, “Inside each of us is a God-shaped hole…a place inside of our hearts that only God can fill.”
This is not a new idea. In 398 AD, St. Augustine of Hippo wrote in his Confessions: “You have [...]READ FULL POST →
Dear College Senior,
Put down that coffee. I promise this will only take a minute.
I recognize the signs. If the half-finished job applications peeking out of your stack of books were not telltale enough, I’m all too familiar with the bleary eyes and delayed reactions. You’ve completed midterms. You may only have one [...]READ FULL POST →
“Why do you want to leave your current position?”
This is the dreaded question that almost every candidate has to answer when interviewing for a new job. Experts tell you not to say, “My boss is a jerk” or “The work environment is toxic” because it will probably be the last question you receive.
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Last weekend I had the pleasure, or perhaps misfortune, of seeing Nightcrawler, a recent film starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
I left the theater feeling entertained and yet morally tainted. It was very well done, on multiple levels. And yet, I couldn’t ignore that unpleasant feeling in my gut. As such, I’m [...]READ FULL POST →