As my Grandpa Wright’s ordinary life nears its end, I am struck by the extraordinary legacy of godliness he leaves behind. How? What virtues of Christ were visible in him? Who must I be now, by God’s grace, if I want to reach the end of my life with the same legacy of godliness? Here’s an edifying personal reflection on my grandfather’s life, near its end.
Abortion Anger Anxiety Assurance Authority Baptism Bible Bible reading Birth Birth control Change Christianity Christmas Church Communication Compassion Conflict resolution Correction Culture Devotions Disabilities Discipleship Discipline Dominion mandate Doubt Entertainment Evangelism Failure Family Family activities Family devotions Family fun Family planning Fatherhood Fear Finances Forgiveness Friendship Fruit Goals Gods will Gospel Gossip Gratitude Growth Habits Health Heritage Honor Humility Husband Idolatry Leadership Love Lust Marraige Marriage Mealtime Meditation Microparenting Money Parenting Patience People Pornography Prayer Pregnancy Productivity Reading Rebellion Recreation Respect Rest Restoration Salvation Sanctification Screentime Serving Sin Spirit Stress Sufficiency Sunday Teaching Technology Teen Teenager Teens Temptation Thanksgiving Time Travel Trust Vacation Wife Wisdom Work Worry Worship Yelling Young children
Andy gleiser Caleb french Chris lynch Chris pennington Growing fathers team Guest andrew french Guest brandon potvin Guest brian hand Guest eric brown Guest greg baker Guest jeremy howard Guest kit johnson Guest mark ward Guest paul whitt Guest ron perry Guest tim lovegrove Guest todd curtis Guest tommy jeffcott John dalrymple John pate Kristopher schaal
Legacy Lessons from Grandpa Wright Caleb French