You probably know someone who will wear the cap and gown this month. Graduation isn’t the end point, but just a rest stop along the way. Likewise, our quest for spiritual and emotional maturity is a lifelong journey. And remember, the dictionary is the only place where maturity comes before perseverance, values, and work.
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The endless variety in our world can be frustrating when we try to categorize things. But the incredible extent of diversity points to creation by an infinitely creative intelligence. And that awareness of a divine creator provides a basis for us to extend honor and respect to the uniqueness of each person.
“Enjoy looking but don’t touch.” Many of the things that pose danger to us make their initial appearance in one of those three ways: presenting an attractive appearance, offering to satisfy a physical hunger, or promising to make us wise.
Throughout his life Elvis kept a Bible that had his name inscribed on the front cover. After his death, that heavily worn Bible revealed a little about his inner life. About a year ago that Bible was sold at auction for $94,600… from my vantage point that’s a good starting point for the value for faith!
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.