TweetWhat else needs to be said? There’s no shortage of books, podcasts, seminars, systems, and supports helping people change. We feel the need to be different than who or what we are. Whether it’s a transformation of perspective, habit, routine,
TweetOur 5 Favorite Discussions: 5.) This episode was hosted by Akil Evans earlier in 2018. He interviews Jeremy Martin about the spiritual and cultural implications in the movie series, Star Wars. Specifically they discuss the latest episode, The Last Jedi.
TweetBloom’s Boss Lady, Chelli Chelli spent most of her professional life surrounded by men – brilliant men with big personalities. She attended the United States Naval Academy for college, worked in the wireless industry for over a decade (the youngest and
TweetLiving Spiritually, Spiritually Living I recently watched a documentary about the late, great comedian, Garry Shandling. People are fascinating. People who do great things, live interesting lives, and seem to affect us all are unbelievably interesting. Shandling was one of
TweetA whale of a story… I’ll never forget my confusion followed by my enlightenment as I watched two actors portray a fictional, therapeutic conversation between God and Jonah, the Old Testament prophet. The sketch was funny and thought-provoking simultaneously. It
TweetThis is what I’d like to see… When we first began to create a different kind of faith community in downtown Las Vegas I remember telling my wife, Martha, that I’d love to be the kind of church and kind
TweetMore About Connie Yeh Connie Yeh is the Founder of 9th Bridge School, a non-profit early childhood and elementary school located in Downtown Las Vegas. Previously she traded equity derivatives on Wall Street for seven years. She earned a B.S.
TweetInitiations are weird and old and cool… Throughout history, cultures have had various ways of entering adulthood (both men and women), joining a group or tribe, and/or beginning next stages of life. Initiations are weird and old. There’s a few
TweetNo. Really. How’s Life? Sometimes when people ask how you’re doing they aren’t really asking. It’s more of a greeting. That’s okay. Maybe you have a preferred response… “I’m fine.” “Soooo busy!” “Doing good. Doing good.” “Ya know…” Many times