Entries from October 2009

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Right Rules for Living

I have been thinking about what a good friend of mine, Randy Hurst, calls “Jim Bradford’s Frustrating, Impossible but Right Rules for Living.” He heard me talk about them in a sermon from 2nd Timothy and has posted them, under that title, by his work desk. They go like this: 1. Put your best energies […]

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Personal-Life Leadership Questions

For the Reflective Reading on the back of our church bulletin last Sunday I listed 7 ‘self-diagnostic’ questions I need to keep asking myself as a leader. To the end that we all fulfill God’s calling with personal lives that stay holy and healthy, here they are again. I hope you find them helpful. KNOW […]

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

Who Loves Unconditionally?

There is an ad I have been hearing on the radio about experiencing unconditional love. Turns out it’s ad about having pets. The point is well taken — pets do tend to love us in spite of ourselves. I personally never had pet a pet growing up and am not particularly fond of the idea […]