Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

CARPE DIEM!

The other day a man expressed to me that I must have my hands full as a District Superintendent. He had heard a couple of pastoral burnout and failure statistics that left him incredulous. He asked me if the stats were indeed true (sadly, they were) and then asked me what I do to address these…

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MEMORIAL DAY MUSINGS

I’m really grateful for Memorial Day this year.  It’s not because I just need a Monday off or because I’m going to eat burgers and hot dogs without restraint. It’s because I get to pause and reflect on what happened at places like Yorktown, Belleau Woods, Iwo Jima, Khe Sanh, the Chosin Reservoir, and Baghdad…

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