About Shaun Worcester

Between my quest to be the husband and father I can, the best online marketeer in the area, volunteering at MCC and a couple other things, I'm a busy guy. I've found the key to happiness (and survival) for me is to be well organized and structured so that I can do a 'good job' at everything. But one of these days I'm going to be able to withdraw from everything else and just spend my days w/ God, Gaby, family and friends.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Shaun shared from Scary Close: Dropping the Act and Finding True Intimacy by Donald Miller
    As long as you’re willing to turn the other cheek with the mean ones, vulnerability can get you a wealth of friends.
    Note: I have found this to be true. Have you? #ScaryClose
  • Shaun shared from Scary Close: Dropping the Act and Finding True Intimacy by Donald Miller
    As long as you’re willing to turn the other cheek with the mean ones, vulnerability can get you a wealth of friends.
    Note: I have found this to be true. Have you? #ScaryClose
  • Shaun shared from Safe People: How to Find Relationships That Are Good for You and Avoid Those That Aren't by Henry Cloud, John Townsend
    Safe people are not perfect, but they help us progress toward Christlike character in the four major areas of spiritual growth. Ask yourself these questions about the people with whom you relate. As a result of spending time with this person, am I more loving or more detached? more honest or more compliant? more forgiving or more idealistic? more mutual or more childish?
    Note: Are your relationships more honest or more compliant? #SafePeople
  • Shaun shared from Changes That Heal: The Four Shifts That Make Everything Better...And That Everyone Can Do by Henry Cloud
    Getting truth before grace, or truth before relationship, brings guilt, anxiety, anger, and a host of other painful emotions,
    Note: Sadly, I've been both the giver and receiver of truth before (or altogether without) grace
  • Shaun shared from They Like Jesus but Not the Church: Insights from Emerging Generations by Dan Kimball
    We also need to offer an apology when the church hurts people in the name of Jesus. We need to offer an apology for arrogant and shameful things we’ve said and for presenting as truth our fallible opinions. We need to offer an apology for straying from the mission of the church and becoming self-absorbed citizens of the bubble. We need to apologize whenever the beautiful bride of Christ is prostituted for a church leader’s or a politician’s agenda. We need to apologize when we aren’t honest with people and become so seeker-friendly that we don’t tell them the hard truth about sin and...
    Note: "The Church" has and does a lot of GREAT things. But we haven't always been so nice to those outside of our communities. #TheyLikeJesusButNotTheChurch
(Kettering, OH, United States)
Shaun Worcester