In working at Catalyst, I’ve had the opportunity to be around some incredible people. Some of them are famous, some of them will be famous before long, and some are just amazing souls you may never meet this side of the River. One of the best things about being in this position is when I interact with someone who is a pretty big name but, if you didn’t know she’d written several books, you’d never know she had any fame whatsoever.

Margaret Feinberg is one of those people. She and her husband, Leif, were at the office today and spent some time chatting with our team about church, the state of culture, and smart cars. She and Leif are doing incredible things, and she’s big time, and they have influence all over the place, but there isn’t one iota of entitlement about her. Speaking with her is like talking to a good friend; in fact, you feel like you’re good friends by the time you’re done chatting, even though she probably had to leave to go speak to 10,000 people at a conference. See photos from our conversation here and here.