Lesson 11: Nobody Struggles With Perfectionism
When we talk about struggling with perfectionism, what we're really struggling with are our imperfections.
Lesson 10: God Can't Work If You Won't Start
So many of us spend our lives waiting around for God to do something. Instead, God calls us to get started and works through us to accomplish His plan.
Lesson 9: A Calling Isn't Telling God What You Want to Do
While it sounds nice to have a calling to a certain career or vocation, we often use that word as a cover so that we can tell God what we really want to do with our lives.
Lesson 8: Loving Your Community Means You Have to Stop Using It
This lesson explores the phrase "I Love New York," by asking the question: am I using my community to serve me, or am giving of myself to serve my community?
Lesson 7: A Thirst For More Will Always Leave You Thirsty
Lesson 6: Your Limits Lead You to God
How do you balance the unlimited opportunities around you with the limits that every human has?
Lesson 5: Relationships Are By Grace Alone
You can't ever do enough to deserve a relationship from God. Instead, a relationship is gift of God's grace. This simple truth transforms how you live and pursue relationships.
Lesson 4:Life Is An Experiment, Not a Masterpiece
Switching from a masterpiece mindset to an experiment mindset frees you up to live life and learn about yourself.
Lesson 3: The Opposite of Uncertainty Isn't Certainty, But Faith
“What in the world am I doing here?” It was 3am, on my first night in New York City, and that question reverberated through my head. I was laying on the tile floor of my empty Brooklyn bedroom, trying to fall asleep.
Lesson 2: You Can't Have It All
Eight years at McKinsey, and then Harvard Business School!" I read. Ugh, I felt so far behind. I was browsing the bios of a company that a friend had been hired at, and I couldn't help but wonder, did I get on the wrong path somewhere?
Lesson 1: God Loves You For You
"Have you been crying, Luke?" my classmate asked, "because your eyes are all red." I froze, a wave of shame flashing over me. "Umm, no." I lied. "My contacts are just bothering my eyes." Whew, that was close.