Broken Crowns

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This is an update on my current projects. The static description is below.

IMG_20201104_163426677_HDRI am working diligently to set up a sequential coherent work on dating. I have many friends who have struggled with dating, relationships, and loneliness into their mid and late thirties. I have spent months researching the topic. From Neuropsychology by Daniel Siegel and Stan Tatkin, to personality types, and every Christian dating book under the sun. I have read it. I want to save you the work and the heartache of dating. My assertion? Dating can be and should be a fun activity that doesn’t leave our hearts in shambles.

My posts are not necessarily sequential. They aren’t even all exactly on topic. My mind processes ideas in more of a spider web of ideas than a logical series of steps. But the former is difficult to communicate. I am turning the web into a straightforward bridge. If you have questions, comments, suggestions, or angry feedback you don’t want to leave in the comments section, feel free to contact me here.

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Germany Cover photoBroken Crowns is an educational blog for Christian thought and practice. I emphasize bridging the gap between what we believe and what we do. Western society commonly views faith as a mental disposition or set of thoughts. In contrast, faith cannot exist without the consequential actions. I work in the gap to take faith into action.

At my previous job everything was measured. Only good detailed action steps created change. I reject simple admonitions. “Learn to be content” is about as useful as me telling you to, “just learn another language”. If I claim a good way of living I will present coherent logical steps to live that way.

I graduated from Multnomah University with a double major in Bible and Bible. I worked at a church for a year following graduation before I began working at a Forbes Fifty supply chain company. I managed large projects, worked on special deployments, and ran operations. I learned human character and growth outside the church. I learned how to connect ideas to actionable practice.

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