By now, you have probably heard the story of Dr. Brantly contracting this deadly disease, Ebola, along with his co-worker Nancy Writebol. But you probably have not heard the incredible story of how this man honored the God he served as he was literally staring his own death right in the face. Truly this man is an American hero and a walking miracle.
Some day, we will all die, Snoopy! - Charlie Brown True, but on all the other days, we will not. - Snoopy I love this quote from none other than Snoopy himself. It speaks to the very heart of Never Settle. Don Pittman, the inspiration behind everything we do and who we are at Never … Continue reading Why World Change in 2016?
There’s something magical about this time of year. The leaves start to turn their brilliant colors of orange, red, and yellow. The cool crispness of the air signals fall is here. I can literally almost smell the turkey roasting, the homemade bread baking, and the pumpkin pie waiting to be devoured by a house full … Continue reading Broken Hearts, Dirty Hands
I recently had the pleasure of traveling to Mountain View, California to attend “Take Your Parents to Work Day" at Google with my son, Jeremy. As a parent, when you think about great career opportunities and places you would be thrilled to see your kids work, it’s hard to beat Google. In 2014, Fortune magazine … Continue reading My Trip to Google: Success vs Significance
How do you quantify the impact of a mother? First off, she probably gave birth to you. If you're reading this right now, that means you have a pulse. You owe that to your mom! Of course, not everyone is close to their birth mother. But I bet you have a step-mom, aunt, or female … Continue reading The Impact of a Mother