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I was recently interviewed by the very cool Currey Blandford for his podcast, A Theology of Hustle. (The episode can also be played/downloaded from iTunes.) If you found this site, human365.org, from Currey's, welcome. Feel free to take a look a look around.

If this is the first you've heard of Curry or his podcast, you might want to check him out. He is a fun, smart guy and a great interviewer.

Here at the beginning of the year, I am reading through the book of Genesis. Actually, I am mostly listening: my morning routine has become jump on the treadmill, fire up my Bible app and listen until I can't run any further (which isn't very far!) Listening to this foundational book of the Bible, you can't help but notice: these men and women are a mess! (Just like the Jedi.)

Over the last three years, I have been part of a small team researching, writing, creating materials and teaching about the topic of work. The Navigators have posted these materials and others here on their new website. If you have a moment - or have a need to learn more about this critical topic - please take a look.

I have heard many people say that 2016 – with its reports of wars, political tensions, violence and wide-scale computer hacking (really, you can generate fake news?!) – was a rough year.

Over the last few weeks, the book of Revelation has been very comforting to me. I don’t mean that I am reading today’s new and predicting the “end of the world” tomorrow. What is comforting to me is not that Christ someday will be King. What is comforting is that He already is King!

I’ve always read the books of Ezra and Nehemiah as if the events happened seamlessly, one after another and, to be honest, a little bit “by magic.” I have always taken it for granted that God somehow just “did something” and that everything happened pretty quickly. This time through, I took a deeper look into the story – into the details and the drama –  for the miraculous ways God worked through (instead of “in spite of”) history and people.