After a decade of working as a business leader and marketing professional I secretly battled feelings of being trapped, powerless, and insignificant. I experienced the adventure of overseas travel, yet the boredom of day to day mundane tasks. I enjoyed the perks of a comfortable salary, yet something in my soul told me I was created for more, much more. Maybe you’re also stuck in a rut of daily activities, all of which may be good and necessary, but are not the fullness of who you really are.
I’m grateful you’re here.
If you’re like me you’re committed to making the lives of others better at home, work, church, and in the world. Yet, you’re quietly suffering. Outwardly, you’re smiling but inwardly, you’re exhausted and wondering if there is more to life. As Richard Rohr in his book Falling Upward writes, “We know there is a further journey, an invitation from our soul, or even a...