What I Learned from My Marine

Many of you know Cody is a Marine.  He served four years of active duty, heading to Iraq twice for two separate deployments.  As a Sergeant he gained valuable yet simple to understand lessons in leadership which have already helped me in my job and ministry.  I will share some of these valuable lessons this week.  I hope they will spark some good discussion.  



4 Responses to “What I Learned from My Marine”

  • Katie says:

    Nice mustache. . .haha.

  • Cindy Beall says:

    There is nothin’ like a man in uniform. Ahem. Did I say that out loud?

    Nice catch, darlin’. He didn’t do so bad himself, either :)

  • Abbi says:

    Ooh!! Looking forward to it. (Um, and ditto on what Cindy said.) 😉

  • […] Cody is one of the most obedient people I know. His relationship with Christ is not a raise-your-hands-in-worship, expressive, or out-in-the-open relationship like mine tends to be. His relationship with Christ is firmly planted in solid obedience. Yesterday, I was struggling to go to a school visit. Spending two hours at a school lunch is very draining and takes the energy right out of me. I called him looking for some encouragement. What did I get? A firm reminder: […]

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