February 1, 2021 Book Coming Summer 2021 “Excuse me, I don’t mean to interrupt, but a plane has just hit one of the World Trade Center towers.” “And?” I replied. After all, I was in the middle of a lecture for a group of select student leaders. Of what importance was it to me that … Continue reading “BEFORE IT GETS DARK” SNEAK PEEK: INTRODUCTION
Phil Johnson, Ph.D. October 14, 2018 http://www.globalnext.org As I work throughout various parts of the world through my organization, Global Next, I am constantly finding a creeping darkness... war, death, poverty, mass illegal immigration, depravity, confusion, spiritual deception, misery and a lack of hope. But standing in Paris in Sainte Chapelle, the 13th century chapel … Continue reading The Story of Light
Words of wisdom to the class of 2017...
Globalnext spends a lot time chasing stories around the world - and we try to bring that information back to our conference participants and get them to start chasing stories too - and to live out the stories that God has given them to live out. And we've certainly come across our fair share of … Continue reading The Power of Your Story
August 3, 2015 Exactly 11 months ago I published a blog called, "I Believe..." It was a simple list of things that I believed about the world and what matters. If you missed it, you can find it HERE. In the same spirit, I’d now like to present a new list called, "I'd Rather..." I … Continue reading I’d Rather…
April 20, 2015 There are lots of things that I’ve thought about over the last seven years of traveling and teaching and following stories through my company, Global Next. There have been more people, places, wars and revolutions than I could ever write about here. But I thought I’d share seven insights - in honor of Global … Continue reading Seven Years of Global Next: What I’ve Learned so Far
November 28, 2014 I’m sitting in an airport in Washington, D.C. waiting for my flight to Geneva where I will teach a course on leadership and team building. I am sitting in the city of my birth, watching thousands of people walk by - each with his or her own story. You can hear some … Continue reading Stories…It’s Always About the Story