World champion boxer Lennox Lewis knocked out Mike Tyson in the 8th round of a boxing match in Memphis, TN back in 2002. Gate receipts for the event were 15x more than the arena’s previous highest-grossing event, a Rolling Stones concert that produced $1.5 million in sales. Each fighter took home a $17M purse. This … More 0073735963

Spring Inward

Like Lent, daffodils, and abandoned New Year’s resolutions, Daylight Savings is yet another affirmation of spring’s return. 5am is the new 6. Extra sunlight affords expanded opportunities to motivate and make the most of the day. Early workouts and twilight evenings at the playground bookend our increasingly active and out-of-doors activities. Yet and still, we … More Spring Inward

Think equal, build smart, innovate for change

Today is International Women’s Day, a day not only recognizing women around the world who have fought and continue to fight for women’s rights and equality, but also a call to action for the work that still needs getting done. The theme for 2019 is: “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change,” focusing on innovative ways … More Think equal, build smart, innovate for change

Generous Justice

A good friend of mine from seminary who has been a pastor for about 15 years recently shared a book with me. It is by the conservative pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, Timothy Keller. Keller is probably the most popular Reformed preacher in America today, and the book, his thirteenth, is Generous Justice. … More Generous Justice

Richard Spencer vs. Amos – a Lesson in False Prophets

A new TNT docu-series about race in America, American Race, hosted by NBA Hall of Fame legend, “The Round Mound of Rebound,” Charles Barkley, recently featured a conversation with the alt-right identitarian, Richard Spencer. For others like me who grew up watching “Sir Charles” dominate the boards, block shots, and somehow always find himself in … More Richard Spencer vs. Amos – a Lesson in False Prophets