Dealing with Criticism

Faithful Founder (3 of 3): Spotlight, Compromise, & Kingdom Impact

Faithful Founder (3 of 3): Spotlight, Compromise, & Kingdom Impact

“In this final post, I’ll get into the implications of 1) living in the spotlight —Our identity is not in our performance, but in Jesus’ perfect performance on our behalf; 2) dealing with compromise —Caring for people beyond your obligation is another way to live as a faithful founder – although I fear all the times I only did the minimum required; and 3) aiming to leave a kingdom impact —Kingdom impact can happen on a personal level, a community level, or even an industry level.”

Do You Need to Tame the Lion? Entrepreneurial Liturgies for Relying on God

Do You Need to Tame the Lion? Entrepreneurial Liturgies for Relying on God

Missy Wallace’s Entrepreneur Support Group can occasionally seem like an AA meeting since the emotional vacillation of “entrepreneurism” can feel like something from which to recover. She has found that some “liturgical” practices can reduce the swings.

How My Daughter Changed My View of Entrepreneurship

How My Daughter Changed My View of Entrepreneurship

Nothing has changed me quite like having a daughter. Sure, there are all the cliches about having a gun sitting in your lap when boys come over. That’s the easy stuff. The hard stuff is instilling beliefs in your daughter that will serve her well in the face of what at times feels like overwhelming forces.

HBO's Silicon Valley Speaks Truth Through Satire

HBO's Silicon Valley Speaks Truth Through Satire

John Drexler’s ears perked up when HBO’s critically acclaimed show Silicon Valley, turned its attention to the intersection of faith and work.