- Category: Blog
- Created on Monday, 04 April 2011 12:49
I recently read an article that recounted some of the seemingly minor decisions that various people made on September 11, 2001. Those small choices kept them away from their desks or work stations inside the "Twin Towers."
If the so-called minor decisions we make can have such a profound impact on our lives, how much greater are the big decisions? Especially the ones we know are big when we make them. These are the decisions that we stress over. We put them off. We delay deciding in hope that more time would bring greater clarity and therefore a more certain outcome.
But what if you have a major, life changing choice to make and you don't have the time to think it through. To carefully and meticulously weigh out the pros and cons. What if you have to make the decision fast and NOW?!
Gayle Haggard, the wife of a successful pastor and president of the National Association of Evangelicals found out that her loving husband, and wonderful father to their children, had an improper sexual relationship with another man. They were in bed together. He reached out to touch her. Fear, anger, and revulsion surged through her mind and heart. Would she allow the touch? She had to decide and decide NOW in that moment. What would your advice be to her?
Monday, 4/4/2011, we host Gayle Haggard on "PEACETALK" and will give her the opportunity to share her story of heartbreak, confusion, pain, anger, and her decision to move forward with her husband. "PEACETALK" is LIVE today at 12:30pm Eastern on Christian Talk 660 and 92.9FM and also streamed at http://peacetalk.com.
PEACETALK is your place to find hope, get help, and discover peace!