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Donald Miller and Bob Goff join us backstage at Catalyst West. Don is the best-selling author of Blue Like Jazz and rece»
Blog Entry | Worship >
“I don’t worship God by singing.”  What??!!  That’s the shocking headline of a recent post by Donald Miller that caught my attention - and that of many others in my profession.  Since I spend much of my week trying to get ready to help people do just that, worship God by singing, I was more than a little alarmed when I saw the title.  He doesn’t spend as much time talking about music in worship as the title suggests but it certainly»
Blog Entry | Collegiate >
Author Donald Miller gives us a tip in this article for getting things done: Focus on one thing. Do it really well. Then be completely satisfied with small change over time. What is your goal? When you know that, focus on it instead of trying to do a thousand different things. Small changes, instead of scrapping and starting over, leads to success. Read the article here.
Blog Entry | Art >
When I first heard about the book Blue Like Jazz, I wasn’t terribly interested, then I found myself in an airport bored out of my mind so I went looking for something to read. I saw it and picked it up. I read it before my plane landed at home. It became very influential on me. In the book Miller takes an honest look at his life following (or trying to follow) Jesus. Then he wrote another book called A Million Miles in a Thousand Years tha»
Blog Entry | News >
When our identity gets tied up in success, we begin to fear failure or the loss of that status
Video | Teaching >
Catalyst Dallas 2011: Don Miller
In this segment Don Miller refers to Jos»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I don’t remember where exactly I heard it, or when, but I’ve heard before that our two deepest desires are to be fully known and fully loved. Maybe it was Donald Miller quoting Viktor Frankl, but I’m not sure. Fully known. Fully loved. What comes to mind are all the reasons for us to stay un-known. It’s safer that way, on many levels. It doesn’t require any vulnerability. Any bending. The world teaches us to be stro»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
In this third volume of conversations drawn from Sheridan Voysey’s national Open House radio program, we read the stories of some of his most thought-provoking guests, including Donald Miller, Joel Osteen, Ray Martin, Caroline Jones, Michael Franzese, Catherine Hamlin, Bryce Courtenay, Mark Driscoll, Alain De Botton, Marilynne Robinson, Yazz, and many more. More
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
In this third volume of conversations drawn from Sheridan Voysey’s national Open House radio program, we read the stories of some of his most thought-provoking guests, including Donald Miller, Joel Osteen, Ray Martin, Caroline Jones, Michael Franzese, Catherine Hamlin, Bryce Courtenay, Mark Driscoll, Alain De Botton, Marilynne Robinson, Yazz, and many more. More
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Okay. I know this happened a few weeks ago, which at the pace things seem to go on the internet, is apparently a really long time. But I trust it's not too late to join the conversation. I actually heard about Donald Miller's blog post before I had caught up to it (his is one I subscribe to but I've been behind on my blog reading) and read it myself. He says "I’m nearly alone in this". Whether that's true or not, I certainly identified. So I wa»