The Wisdom of Learning from Our Mistakes

By Harold W. Anderson, M.A., M.Div., Ph.D., LMFT When you have lived 70 years, you would think you would have learned something.  Life experiences are great teachers, but you must be strong enough and willing to listen to them as teachers.  This is not easy.  The problem is, we all want to be right.  WeContinue reading “The Wisdom of Learning from Our Mistakes”

Goodness, not Self-Interest, Is Our Truth

Sermon based on I Peter 1:17-22, written by Harold W. Anderson, Ph.D. on April 18, 1999 Let me begin this morning by telling you several different scenarios.  I want you to think about each one and answer to yourself what you think you would do in these different circumstances.  Here’s the first scenario: You areContinue reading “Goodness, not Self-Interest, Is Our Truth”

Facing the End of Life

By Rev. Harold W. Anderson, Ph.D., LMFT Last March we were bringing our vacation in Maui to a close.  While packing our bags, Becky received a call from Becky’s youngest sister.  Since we were busy packing, Becky let the call go to voicemail and thought she would call her sister back on the way toContinue reading “Facing the End of Life”