This month marks the 75th anniversary of two things: the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, and the first public performance of the song “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby on Christmas Day. The first event probably helped create the incredible popularity of the second. The soldiers pulled away from home in the holiday season […]
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As Thanksgiving Day approaches, keep in mind that carving the turkey is no more important than carving out some time for gratitude. Long ago Cicero observed, “A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all other virtues.” Instead of just “going through the motions” of the holiday, how about going […]
This is a leap year, but the ultimate calendar leap wasn’t in February but in October. In 1582, by the decree of Pope Gregory XIII, the day after Thursday October 4 was Friday, October 15. That ten-day adjustment was necessary to correct for an error in the Julian calendar. To this day we still live […]
In September in the Rockies it’s the aspen trees that capture our attention. Their broad sweeps of brilliant color brighten our hearts. But this fall as you enjoy the aspen, also pay attention to another majestic tree that often grows right beside the aspen groves: the Ponderosa pine. Every time I hike the campground trail […]
Indicator lights have benefits. They notify us that there’s something wrong inside the engine and we need to deal with it right away. God designed us with an automatic response system that we call emotions. Don’t ignore your built in warning signals of emotions. They’re designed to keep you from neglecting your own internal maintenance.
Pastor Bruce Gledhill is the third pastor to serve The Church at Redstone. He came to the church in September of 2000.
Bruce is a native of Kansas and a graduate of Manhattan (KS) Christian College, Kansas State University, and Denver Seminary. He has served one church in Kansas and two in Colorado. He is a certified school teacher and has spent part of his career teaching in the public schools.
He and his wife Connie have a son and daughter who are married and between them have seven children. Bruce is one of the co-facilitators of “Ski Country Pastors’ Network,” a regional organization for pastors and other ministry leaders. He enjoys outdoor activities like bicycle riding, tennis and hiking.