2012 in Review

Below are the top posts from No Cubicle Required for 2012. I started this blog on my birthday back in June and this experience has helped me to understand my faith more, to define what I believe, to question those beliefs and articulate why I believe what I do. I look forward to continue that […]

Making a Real Difference

Check out the video below. Many times we take pride in our little contributions to the world. And, there is nothing wrong with making small contributions to improve our communities. In fact, if everyone made just one small improvement to their community each day, then it wouldn’t take long for the world to take notice […]

New Beginnings…again

I grew up attending summer camp. Every summer from the time I was 7 until I was in my early 20’s I spent all, or part of, my summer breaks at camp. I grew from a camper into a counselor and I consider my time at camp a major contributor to the person I am […]

A few words from Walt.

Jon Acuff’s Blog A few words from Walt. I saw this sign hanging up on a construction site at the Magic Kingdom. Disney is expanding Fantasy Land and had a series of these placed on the wall. I love this quote because it touches on a very unsexy part of chasing a dream. It touches […]

Coincidence v. Chaos

My friend M. Rockmore, who wrote one of the most viewed posts on this blog has been working on a new project called posiFocus. The creators of this site are looking to lift up all the positive stories out there on the interwebs. It will be a place where we can go and be reminded […]

Funny, God. Very funny.

Last week I was praying about some money issues. I decided to get specific in my prayer and put an actual dollar amount on the amount of increase I would like to see in our household income. Two days later I get a text from a friend asking me if I am interested in a […]

Adventure Time

It is fitting that on the night I write my 100th post, this is also the night of the 100th episode of Adventure Time. Actually, the two have nothing to do with each other, but it was a funny coincidence and I needed a reason to write about the fact that this is my 100th […]

Why do they keep coming back?

Every week I am amazed that teenagers choose to spend their Thursday night at a church. With all the distractions they have, literally, at their fingertips, 60-80 high school students stop what they are doing, and come to youth group to hang out, play some games, sing some worship songs, and hear a message. If […]