creativity

Life Office

How Tech Has Created A New Kind of Work Space Much like Starbucks purported itself to be the new Third Space, attempting to replace “home, office, church” with “home, office, Starbucks,” (finding it at least a little ironic that now some churches serve Starbucks), and that storytellers try and hide Read more…

culture

Reallocating Energies

I’ve decided to move my creative energies from daily blogging – a habit which began last July – toward a few more demanding projects that need my immediate attention. I still plan on posting regularly, but the frequency will be determined by availability netted from progress made in other areas. Read more…

business

Day In List Form

Sprig Records Studio Flooring Consultation: complete Trade Show Display Booth: designed and ordered Redline Conference Tshirts: designed and ordered Meeting with Youth Pastor: complete Email, Texting, Editing, Web Support: constant Design Lunch with Jason Clement: thoroughly enjoyed New Life Christian Church – Master Series Graphic, May 2012: designed and uploaded Read more…

culture

Don’t Save It. Shoot It.

My final post of the productivity series got delayed due to our rather big announcement (followed by a slightly less big French announcement), so thanks for your patience. So let’s be honest. I’m not the only hoarder out here. Am I? Go ahead. Raise your hand. (I’m watching, you know). But so Read more…

culture

Productivity: Face Lift

Clutter. Have any? Maybe it’s the kitchen-black-hole-of-death drawer that’s crammed full of stuff. Maybe it’s the one room in the house you never show on “the tour” when guests come over. But if you’re like me, somewhere in your life, there’s total physical chaos. Recently my office got a makeover. Read more…

culture

Monument Building

Historically, monuments were erected to mark the passing of epic battles, celebrations, or the passing of time. In the Old Testament, monuments–or in many cases, altars–were built to commemorate an encounter with God. While I’ve built one or two small mounds of rock in my past, celebrating something significant between Read more…

culture

Go For Broke

I had just returned from taking out the garbage, when I found a big surprise waiting from me inside our kitchen: 24-eggs smashed. Everywhere. In the time it took me to collect the trash cans and get them emptied, Luik had single-handedly (well, double-handedly if we’re being accurate) cracked every Read more…