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My Toddler Reads

March 28, 2012 — Leave a comment

The first time I enjoyed reading a book was in college.
It was not an assignment.
It was a book I picked and I read it “from front to back, in that order.”
(reference anyone?)

Josiah, on the other hand, loves his books.
He recently read a bunch to me.

Do you read?

November 28, 2011 — 2 Comments

I have a Confession:
I’m what most people call a slow reader and that discourages me from finishing the books I start. Every time I’m part of a group of people who read a book together and discuss it, I’m the one that is cramming to catch up to everybody else. Not because I’m lazy. Not because I waited until the last minute, just because I’m slow. But I know that leaders are learners and learners are readers. So, it’s a learned-behavior, a discipline in my life.

My son reads. At least he’s starting to, sort of.

Are you a leader?
Are you a learner?
Are you a reader?

What’s the latest thing you’re reading?

Blog Tours

April 27, 2010 — Leave a comment

I’ve had the honor of being involved in two book blog tours. A book blog tour is a marketing campaign to get the word out about a new book. Here’s how it works: 1. a blogger is recruited, 2. they send the blogger the book and 3. the blogger then reads and blogs about it.

Here are my two previous blog tour posts

  1. Shift
  2. Scouting the Divine

I have two books tours coming soon. The first is Mark Foreman’s book, Wholly Jesus: His surprising approach to wholeness. And the second is Parenting Beyond Your Capacity by Carey Nieuwhof and Reggie Joiner.

If you are about to debut an album, single, book, movie or anything…I’d like to be considered for your blog tour. Just let me know.