Chapter Six: Opening Up To The Possibility Of Something Greater

Because I’ve messed up so severely in my life, I don’t claim a right to much of anything. Nobody owes me. However, I do know that God has given me the gift of grace. I know it so deeply that I can move about freely, without the shame of remembering what I did and without the fear that God is going to punish me. It’s only recently that I’ve started entertaining the idea that God may want to build something cool in my life and have me be the caretaker of it.

Chapter Five: Creating Assets

The thought of years of working really hard, investing a huge chunk, and then hoping I was doing it right and not wasting my time while someone was adding their percentage of my hard-earned money to their own income made me feel frustrated.

Chapter Four: Choosing The Hard Way

I’m writing this for both of us. I’m writing it for me because if it works, I want to remember every part of the story. I’m writing it for you because, A) it’s the only way I can talk about it, and B) it might inspire you to do something crazy, too. Read more…

Chapter One: The Call To Level Up

God has given me a certain measure of responsibility: my children, my finances, my gifts. Matthew 25 makes clear the call to take risks and multiply what is entrusted to me. It takes huge faith and huge risks to grow into the life that God has for me. This blog series is that story. I’m a year into it now, so I have a lot to catch you up on.