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November 6, 2018 Shawn Naylor

Learning Leadership

Featured Columnist Shawn Naylor “Leadership is the act of serving in such way that others will follow” says Tim Coles, the National Director of Youth For Christ. Ever since I was young, I was inte
February 25, 2018 Shawn Naylor

4 After 4

         As I sit here desperately waiting for my wife to return from her trip (she was a part of the band the at the GenReal conference in Kansas City) I quickly noticed a lot of things in her a
February 29, 2016 Shawn Naylor

Are you a changer?

January 12, 2016 Shawn Naylor

Learning from Each other

A response to: How the New Christian left is twisting the Gospel The Church and Christians have made great stride in being culturally relevant. But in this stride some have over shot the intended targ
January 11, 2016 Shawn Naylor

Flat Tire

The family and I were rushing to get to my in-laws for Christmas. What a hectic day, I already had to leave work early and go to the hospital with my kids. Ezra had fallen and was showing concussion l
January 9, 2016 Shawn Naylor

Ezra’s Pain

        I was at my in-laws house. My oldest son, Ezra, who is two years old was being all kinds of fussy and I had no idea why. Then my wife realized that Ezra had his second molars coming in
January 8, 2016 Shawn Naylor

All in A Football Life

In a chat with a great friend I had an epiphany about football and life. I realized that football (Any high level sport. This includes skateboarding just to be clear!) is the perfect outline to living
December 23, 2015 Shawn Naylor

No Excuses, Who Are you?

December 21, 2015 Shawn Naylor

Dream Chaser(Series): “Living the Dream”

When it comes to the Dream the best state to be in is “living the Dream”. So many people get distracted, or derailed while living the Dream, and forget that God is on our side. Know that God fig
December 14, 2015 Shawn Naylor

Dream Chaser (Series): “Trusting the Dream”

Trust is always a scary word because it demands that you give someone or something completely over to someone or something and in the process hand over all control. That is trust. Trust is always ea