Funerals, Potlucks, and the Ripple Effect

Funerals, Potlucks, and the Ripple Effect

The problems we are the most passionate about are often the ones we are least able to see clearly. We can spend so much time in the minutia, in the nuance, of a large, complex problem, that we lose the thread of what we’re really trying to accomplish. Instead of...

Drowning in Details? Maybe We Can Surf Instead

Task management can be discipleship By John Harrell, Ministry Incubators Staff It was a typical weeknight shortly after Ana and I were married and we had just finished inching our little car home through the molasses of Seattle traffic. We had no way of knowing that...

Some COVID-19 Resources for Entrepreneurs

As we wait for the dust to settle from COVID-19, here are some resources to help entrepreneurs to know what resources are available to help make it through the quarantine on their feet. We commend both of them to you! Our compliments to the Duke School of Business and...

Social Enterprise Resources

Even though it is mid-January, we feel like this is the first week we’re really wrapping our heads around the new year. We hope your year is kicking off well and that you’re tackling some of the resolutions and goals you set for yourself in 2017. One we hope you’re as...

Packing for Spain: The Blessings of Plan B

By: Kenda Creasy Dean So here’s how Trey Wince, my pastor, started our church staff meeting today. Anything seem odd, he asked, about these words from Paul, directed to the church at Rome? Now, with no further place for me in these regions, I desire—as I have for so...