1 part dry gin (Monkey 47) I part Campari 1 part sweet vermouth (Martini & Rossi Rosso) 1 Luxardo cherry Orange peel Ice Stir (don’t shake) Repeat.
Morning hits. Water, heat, burr grinders explode. The earth fuses with the river, blending into magical brew. Patience and time argue, anticipation to fuel seconds. Blissful aromas. At least the grapefruit-spiced — and nutty brown — molten caresses the palette. Breathe. Bones. Flesh. The day awaits. Drink. Repeat.
Every leader wants to make his or her organization healthier. Organizational health leads to increased profits, attendance, scalability, effectiveness and success. In short, it helps you complete your mission – the “why” behind what you set out to do when you launched or took the reigns from your predecessor. It’s at the top of the… Read More 3 Essential Aspects of Healthy Organizations
You could spend days, weeks, or even years in the Psalms and find things of pure gold there. The beauty and bewilderment of the book is that you can find near the same in just a moment. Whether taken as an entire work of emotionally charged prayers and blessings to the Lord, or single moments,… Read More A moment in the Psalms
In many cases there’s a remarkable difference between terms and concepts. Take, for example, the term and the conceptual understanding of “Transformation”. The term means “a complete or dramatic change in form, appearance or function”. Pretty straight forward. The concept becomes a little more complicated. We know that transformation means that something changes into something else.… Read More Transformation
My books are back. After three long years, they’re back. Ever since we moved out of my office at Palm Harbor Church my books have resided in boxes, shifting from one storage space to the next. First in my garage and then in a storage container outside my office at 6 Stones, we’ve been separated… Read More Books
My wife and I have recently started watching a new series called TURN: Washingtons Spies. Set in the late 1700s, this series is based on real characters involved in the Revolutionary War, serving as our nation’s first spies. I was intrigued by the show because I love the era, but I was captured by the… Read More 7 things TURN is teaching me about myself