Cadillac, Google, and the Pastor Who Got Paid with 250 Gallons of Wine

By scottsauls | October 28, 2015

Recently, a group of educators conducted a survey of graduating high school seniors. Promising anonymity, the survey asked just one question: “What is one thing that you wish your parents knew about you right now?” Several seniors answered the question positively, expressing gratitude for a good education, unconditional love, parental attentiveness and provision, and more. […]

On Leaving Things Better Than We Found Them

By scottsauls | October 15, 2015

Whether our work is done at home or out in the community, as volunteers or for a paycheck, an essential question has to do with how faith relates to our work. Currently, there is a global, emotional crisis related to work. Most people in the world deeply dislike their work. One Gallup poll revealed that […]

What the Whole World Wants (Even More Than Food, Shelter, Safety and Peace)

By scottsauls | October 5, 2015

Every now and then, God drops a genius in your lap and you end up working together. Missy Wallace is one of those people in my life. Missy is the Executive Director of the newly-formed Nashville Institute for Faith and Work. Recently, she gave a speech entitled, “Does My Work Matter?” which I thought was […]