By Susan Kavanaugh Anxiety is real. According to Anxiety and Depression Association of America, it affects 18.1% of the US population every year. Regardless of your political leanings, the first year and a half of the current federal administration has been both exasperating and sometimes entertaining due to a revolving door of staff members. The … Continue reading Remaining Mindful in an Age of Anxiety
Month: June 2018
By Shirin McArthur One of the great gifts that comes with my work—and I know I’ve mentioned this before—is the opportunity to read what I edit. Whether it’s a teaching novel on church conflict or a mountaintop memoir of a life-changing religious experience, I am blessed to ponder and learn and grow through what I … Continue reading Leaving the Big Arena
By Amber Pechin and Reid Markel, Amplitude Media I visited an old friend a couple of days ago. When I walked into their house and it was just like I remembered. Well lit, an open floor plan and all of the season’s latest colors and trends were beautifully displayed and organized, and it smelled like … Continue reading Your brand. Not just a logo.