Category Archives: Being Teachable

How grateful am I really?

In this blog I want to share something I’m dealing with and that has become very magnified living here in Thailand. I didn’t realise I had this problem and when I got to know the Thai’s I thought it was … Continue reading

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How am I relating?

I want to continue on my thoughts regarding the importance of having values. In doing so, I want to move on and look at the area of Relational/Family values. My heart is not to give a big expose on my … Continue reading

Posted in Abilities, Behavior, Being Teachable, Choices, Culture, Family, Fellowship, Forgiveness, Grace, Honesty, Humlity, Love, Philosophy of Life, Philosophy of Ministry, Relationships, Religiosity, Roles, Spiritual Gifts, Taking Risks, Transparency, Values | Leave a comment

Are Values Important?

To follow on from my last blog on “How others treat me…” I wanted to start exploring the lessons I have learnt and how they have changed and impacted the way I live my life. I desire to be one … Continue reading

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