Wisdom from Howard E. Butt, Jr.

It Is Well

Horatio Spafford suffered three major traumas. His only son died of scarlet fever at age four. In the great Chicago Fire...

Do Not Despair

Admiral Richard Byrd’s Antarctic polar expedition of 1939 and ‘40 had reached Sulzberger Bay—farther than any...

On Milton’s Blindness

The great poet John Milton, author of the epic Paradise Lost, was totally blind by age 41. But he learned to compose...

Do You Know Who I Am?

Each person and each person's job is important—in the high calling of our daily work.

Between the Pink Slip and the Gold Watch

Have you changed jobs or even your profession . . . more than once? You’re not alone. 

Your Work Needs a Solid Foundation

When Jesus taught in his hometown, people said, "What's this wisdom that’s been given to him? Isn't this the...

You Knew It Was a Snake

A man started to climb a high, steep mountain when a snake asked the man to carry him along. "But you're a snake," the...

Let the Rain Fall

Ever notice that problems tend to bother those people least who prepare the most? 

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Howard E. Butt, Jr.

Remembering the life, work, and ministry of Howard E. Butt, Jr., who died Saturday, September 11, 2016.

Reflections on Servant Leadership from Howard E. Butt, Jr.
Daily Reflection

“But among you it will be different. Those who are the greatest among you should take the lowest rank, and the leader...

Interview with Howard Butt: Who Can You Trust?

In Who Can You Trust? you write that the basis of all trust is the trustworthiness of God. In such a violent world, why...