The 85-Cent Principle

Simple beats cheap almost every time

I recently went to a vending machine to purchase a snack. The Twix bar in slot B-3 was calling my name. It cost eighty-five cents. “Eighty-five cents?” I thought. What an odd price for a vending machine. Usually it’s fifty cents, seventy-five cents, or a dollar. I realized if I bought the Twix I had […]

Let it Go

Few things harm a church more than the belief everything they do must be successful, or be made successful—rather than to admit that it isn’t working, and move on. If every staff hire, every new ministry, and yes, even the church’s own existence must be successful it becomes difficult to try anything new. Such a […]