Share Your World – Week 22


May 6, 2012 by Stephen

Here are the four Share Your World questions from Cee for this week.    Click the Share Your World link if you want to join in and play along.

  1. Which do you prefer sweet or salty?  Or both at the same time?  Sweet, definitely.  Unfortunately, I think I have passed my love of sweets on to my children.  Here’s to hoping that we can all learn self-control and discipline.
  2. Have you finished/started anything new or creative?  I started blogging regularly in the middle of March – I guess that counts as something new.  In June I’ll be going on sabbatical.  It will be a new experience and one that I hope is creative.  I’m sure I’ll write lots about it in the coming months.
  3. How do you want to be remembered?  As a loving and caring husband and father, and as a minister who “practiced what he preached.”
  4. Name one thing you wish you could change about yourself.  I wish I could have 20-20 vision again without glasses.

5 thoughts on “Share Your World – Week 22

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Blogging regularly definitely counts. I hope your sabbatical is everything and more than you expect it to be. Thanks for participating.

  2. Hello Pastor,
    I have a sense that there will be no doubt that you are remembered how you’d like. Most people I find that are aware of things like this actually seem to hold their end of the bargain up well. Its not often I have come across a minister who would even admit there is a possibility that he/she is not practicing what is being preached. How wonderfully refreshing!

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