The Kitchen Table #36: Why Humility Matters

This week on the Shine.FM’s The Kitchen Table podcast, ministry director Brian McIntyre Utter and his son Jake talk across the table about why it’s important to go against cultural norms and practice humility. In Music Matters, music from Building 429, Of The Land, and an oldie, but goldie from Crystal Lewis. In Culture Shock, the father/son duo look at the latest Barna study on what it means to have a spiritual vibrant home. Be sure to subscribe to get all our Shine.FM podcasts.

Good News: Minnesota Twins Center Fielder Mows Lawn


Byron Buxton is a 19-year-old who still mows his lawn.  Of course that seems normal, until you know that he signed with the Minnesota Twins at age 18 for $6 million.  And even though he is rich and could afford to pay someone else to cut his grass, he said he’d rather do it himself.  The scout that signed him said Byron’s humility is one of his best qualities – he doesn’t know how good he is, and he’s careful to protect himself from all of the hype.  Read all about this humble star here.