Paula and I celebrated our 40th Wedding Anniversary this past weekend. It’s been a great time of reflecting on the decisions that we’ve made in the past and how they’ve borne fruit to create our present.
Yesterday at The Gathering I shared with our whole Gathering family the three biggest regrets I have looking back over the last forty years. I know they’re forgiven. I’ve been given grace. But maybe articulating them will help you avoid some of the pitfalls I didn’t.
But mostly, I talked about the five things that I definitely don’t regret doing. How many of us made a decision forty years ago that today we’re thrilled we made? For me, this is one of them. As you listen to this talk, think about the things you are doing today to make your family, your marriage stronger, more fruitful, more joyful so that when you reflect on your 20th, 30th, 40th, 50th, or beyond, you’ll be able to smile and rejoice in the goodness of God and the assurance that if we do life God’s way, everyone wins.