Hi! Ron here from beautiful Palm Desert, California. I’m out here staying at a friend’s home in a beautiful location, and I’ve had some great meetings this week with a group called CONVENE, which is an outstanding organization that services Christian business leaders around the world. I’m getting ready to go to a wonderful time with my daughter at Stagecoach, a country music festival which follows Coachella. Molly sings in a group called the Sam Outlaw Band. She’s the female vocalist and Sam’s the lead guy vocalist and they’ve just finished a tour of Europe. They’re going to have a great time singing here. In fact, Carrie Underwood is singing later tonight and I’m looking forward to hearing her as well.
Hi guys! Ron today from the Piazza Novana. You can see this beautiful statue here in the fountain in the middle of one of the most active piazzas in Rome, Italy. You can hear the music in the background, and see people bustling about. I want to use this setting as an opportunity to talk about three things: the past, the future, and the present, in that order. And I want to give you a special word about each one.
Hi friends! This is Ron today from Rome and the beautiful Vatican City. Over my shoulder you see St. Peter’s Square, where hundreds of thousands come together for the Pope’s blessing. Of course this place is just filled with history.
Hi friends! Ron today from Cortona, Italy! I wanted to take a few minutes to talk to you about what we’ve been experiencing. My wife and I and another couple have just come from Rome where we spent five days seeing all the great sights, running around and getting on buses, and walking a great deal. We were exhausted when we got to Cortona via train. It’s a beautiful hill city, a very peaceful, beautiful place.
Do you feel pretty good about how your life is going? Are you focusing on the right things, giving proper attention to what’s important versus what’s urgent? Do you sense that your life is balanced?
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