May 22, 2012

Reaching “Generation Flux” Part 2

A question that needs answering when it comes to the elusive “Generation Flux” is: How did we get here? A question must be asked in all this. If this new generation is called Generation Flux, than what is the older generation called? Leonard Sweet, in his book Viral, calls them the “Guttenberg Generation” because […]
May 8, 2012

Reaching “Generation Flux” Part 1

Have you ever noticed that every time you use Google or Facebook something has changed? And more than often, irritatingly so because change implies abandoning the way you did it before. If there is one reason why modern phenomena like Facebook, Google, and Twitter have thrived is because they are committed to constant change. […]
October 12, 2011

How do You Change Old Network

How do you change old, habitual ways of doing things – things that have become instinctual – those natural pathways your mind is used to going in without having to think about it? I wrote last week that your old network can no longer accommodate where God wants to bring you. This leaves you […]
October 11, 2011

Switching Networks

How do you change old, habitual ways of doing things – things that have become instinctual – those natural pathways your mind is used to going in without having to think about it? I wrote last week that your old network can no longer accommodate where God wants to bring you. This leaves you […]
February 22, 2011

Chaplain to the Old – Midwives to the New

One of the hardest things a human being can ever do is change. It seems that from the time we are born, we go from an infant, loving new experiences and environments, to an adult wanting only sameness. The older we get, the more uncomfortable change makes us. We crave order and stability. I […]