Author Archives: Tim Hilliard

What’s Wrong With “Work Hard, Play Hard”?

I think I speak confidently for most of my generation of millennials when I say this: we have a skewed sense of time. We live for the here and now, addicted to our own immediate gratification, largely incapable of grasping … more »

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Missio on Loving the City: Place and Purpose

Certainly Jeremiah 29 is often quoted for comfort and reassurance in the midst of various seasons of life. Christians seem to lean on it during times of stress and great trial, and rightly so. As I read it this time, … more »

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Missio on Grumbling: Approaching God

What makes a good leader? I fear that quite often my actions reflect a flawed and immature understanding of this question. My most common error is falling back on the belief that good leaders do everything. Good leaders have it … more »

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Teaching: Faces from the Front

A year ago, I completed my semester of student teaching in 11th grade English. When I reflect on my experiences, what immediately comes to mind is my view from the front of the classroom. Whether I am sitting or standing … more »

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