There’s a lot of stuff thrown at us every. single. day.
I mean at times it’s crazy-complicated. Just taking a breath can be ridiculously hard.
(Especially, if, you live in Oregon right now since our air is messed up with smoke from so many wildfires–God, protect and provide for the people that live around the wildfires and all those who are fighting the fires. And, all of us breathing the air.–(https://www.facebook.com/OregonStateFireMarshal/))
Life keeps happening.
(Thank you, God, for life.)
And. There’s simple life principles which will actually help us along the way. I’m floored by the difference each one makes in my daily life and overcome by those who crush it by their determination to deploy the life-principles in the space they occupy.
The thing is . . . life principles only work . . . when practiced over and over. This requires intentionality to the highest degree. Because. There’s always stuff that distracts us from doing what matters.
Stay tuned. Because that’s what we’re talking about in RDC’s series, The View.
The first of this new series is happening Sunday, September 3, on campus @1219 3rd St NW Salem 97304 and on our first simultaneous podcast at 10:30 am which you can find @ http://rdcsalem.com/ or @ https://www.facebook.com/rdcsalem/. The format will be different BUT the principle will be the same.
But. First. These two pictures tell the story . . . that life keeps happening . . . whether we’re ready or not!
DETAILS: This is just one more venue to be community. We will need a lot of feed back–it’s new– on September 3 @ 10:30 am at http://rdcsalem.com/ and also https://www.facebook.com/rdcsalem/. You can download it either way at 10:30 am and anytime after.
Please let us know you’ve been with us by posting @ https://www.facebook.com/rdcsalem/ or mailing me @ email@example.com because it’s important we’re connected and to know your view.
If, you have a friend that’s listening–you can either give them directions of how to connect or let us know that they were a part of the group.
Connection is key for all of us–it changes our view of life–and how we manage it all.
Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2017 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED