Top Menu

The Summer of 95


Today’s Throwback Thursday is to July 1995, the summer that Kristen and I became a couple.  We were not quite 19 years old when we met, set up on a blind date at the end of our freshmen year at Moody. This photo is in front of the Hesburgh Library at Notre Dame. Football fans […]

Continue Reading 1

Social Media Safety and Security

Social Media Safety and Security

Uh oh. Something went wrong with several social media applications late last night. Hundreds of millions of people worldwide were unable to use Facebook and Instagram for around an hour today. Hackers from online group Lizard Squad have claimed they shut down the two sites at around 6am GMT – but Mark Zuckerberg’s social media […]

Continue Reading 0

The Psychology of Savings

psychology of savings

Last night, we watched an excellent documentary on Netflix called Living on One Dollar. It’s the story of two upper middle class college students who are passionate about international development but realize that in order to truly understand their coursework they need to experience the life of those they hope to help. They went on […]

Continue Reading 2

Our January Line-Up


We’re off to the races in 2015 with 4 new publishing products launching in January. With each new release cycle our stuff just keeps getting better and better. Here’s what is new: A Youth Worker’s Field Guide to Parents by Danny Kwon (Book) The Audacious Seven by Steve Case (Curriculum)   THINK Volume 2: Theology by […]

Continue Reading 0

Come build partners in Haiti with me


Today’s Throwback Thursday reaches all the way back to April 2014. And it comes with an invitation to join me on a trip in April 2015.  Backstory of this picture The gentleman in this photo is the pastor of the church located in the mountains above the city of Jacmel in southern Haiti. He and his […]

Continue Reading 0