creatives

Comic Con Perk

The number one Comic Con perk? If you’re ultra famous, all you need is a simple mask to completely blend in. And if you’re already known for living your adult life in your own personal fantasy world, come as you are. No one will think twice. Wait. OK, well, maybe Read more…

business

Loss Judging

In the arena of business, I’ve met a lot of people who start off conversations by asking future employees or other entrepreneurs how much money they’ve earned. The discussion could include additional possessions, like cars, boats and houses, as if these are medals awarded for valor on the field of Read more…

culture

En France: Update

Jennifer and I’ve had a wonderful time here in northern France for the last several days. In the mornings I’ve been teaching the students at EDEN discipleship school, followed by various activities in the afternoons, and nights of worship in the evenings. I’ve been lecturing on redefining the gospel “according Read more…

culture

Measure What You Ingest

Can you recount ten notable headlines of news articles that you’ve read over the last thirty days? Probably not. Don’t worry, neither can I. But can you recall a point that moved you in a book from the last ten years? You probably can. That’s because reading intentional long-form works Read more…

creativity

Building Memories

This week, we’re hosting Douglas Gresham and Meg Sutherland at Sprig Studios. Doug is a long-time friend, and famed adopted-son of C.S. Lewis; and he’s also Meg’s Executive Producer for a potential record deal we’re working on. Needless to say, the whole experience has been nostalgic and inspiring. Meg’s music Read more…