Part of the core of this blog is to explore the idea of grace and it’s what is central to good ideas that last and central to solid leadership. In this particular post, I want to share a lesson from Bo’s Cafe, a book with one of the best novel titles ever (ok, am biased) and one that explores the idea of grace in a compelling way.
I am someone who is your basic mess, but also someone who believes that the most enduring, most unique contribution of Christianity to our world is grace. A group called Truefaced produces some outstanding material on the subject and they’re worth your time. I am posting a brief video that explore the idea of accountability. Something that gets a lot of press from people who want to advocate for justice and something that people cry out for from their leaders, yet what does it mean to have grace intersect with accountability? How can we be both advocates for justice and social change, yet also be gracious and slow to anger?
I may post more lessons from Bo’s Cafe in the future and am grateful for the people who have made these available online. Feel free to let me know if this is helpful and feel free to pull up a chair at the Cafe and explore grace further.