How do we reframe mistakes when we get off-course? Listen to this 2-minute podcast about an unintentional trip I made across the 2,100-foot bridge in Portland. Boy, did that wrong turn set me off! I wish I could say that was the only creative trip I’ve made across the Willamette River, but I’ve done it several times.
As far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us (Psalm 103:12).
Friend, when did an error take you off-route? How did you collect your thoughts to move forward mid-course correction?
Imagine the possibilities!
(Photo Credit: Fremont Bridge in Portland by Paul Lowry – Wiki Commons)