What are the three most important truths for creatives? This is a question that was posed to me by Dane Sanders via WeaveWriter. Part 1: Work The first truth to adopt as a creative is to do the work. It’s not as if I believe that when we creatives are studying, we’re not working, but I have […]
I had just graduated from Biola University and it was time to get my first job out of college. “Who wouldn’t hire me?” Bachelor’s degree, good job skills, great personality, upbeat attitude, and hard work ethic. Who else had these kinds of qualifications? Turns out, about 1,500,000 other graduates did. Also turns out that the […]
For me, it’s hard to delegate because you have to release control. When I’m faced with a large project, I don’t naturally think, “How can others help me complete this?” I attempt to do it myself, completing it exactly how I believe it should be completed and, therefore, having total control of the outcome. When […]
“A good name is to be chosen rather than great riches.” -Proverbs 22:1 Have you ever had someone’s name come up in conversation, and you just rave about that person? You speak well of them, you tell about their outstanding character, you love to be merely in the same room as them. This is a […]
“You cannot serve God and money. For either you will hate the one & love the other, or be devoted to one & despise the other.” -Matt 6:24 Who or what are you loving through work today? Who are you hating? Who or what are you devoted to? Who are you despising? I tell you, […]
How many essays have we written for school, only to keep them in our drawers? My friend Jack Davis reminded me of this indirectly when I told him that I had finally finished an essay I was working on for class. “What did you learn?” he said. “What did I learn? Well…” And then I […]
Day 76. Man was made to work six days a week, not seven. I have learned this firsthand, two summers in a row. One in the Queen Charlottes, one on Vancouver Island. When we were children, Mom drove us everywhere. My brothers and I always used the long tunnels we went through as an opportunity […]
Inside every one of us is the capacity to remember, and the capacity to forget. Our busy lives often leave us neglecting God. What would happen if we remembered?
Video by Evan Schneider
Written by Carson Leith
Voice Over by Carson Leith
put together this video with my good friend, Evan! check out his website at schneidervisuals.com
One year ago, Jimmy Kimmel said this about Facebook: “No one needs to know what television show you’re watching or what you just ate, or if you’re feeling hungry, or tired or anything. Those thoughts should stay in your head, they should not leave your head. …Share a little bit less, I think is the […]
“There was reclining on Jesus’ bosom one of His disciples, whom Jesus loved.” -John 13:23 Recognize the scene? This took place at the last supper, and the disciple who is resting on Jesus’ chest is John. Before this, Jesus had been anointed with perfume by the woman who dried his feet with her hair, he […]
I'm an M.Div. student at Regent College in Vancouver, BC. I’m also the Residential Dean at Carey Hall. My passion as a writer and pastor is to encourage people through merciful teaching. What I love to do is help others grow in their relationship with Jesus and their life of following Him.
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LEARNING HOW TO FOLLOW JESUS IN DAILY LIFE
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