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Friday, April 20, 2007

Just wanted to throw in a little shameless promotion. This Monday and Tuesday, I will have the opportunity to join the medical community in talking about patient safety and the medical communities efforts to make our hospitals a safer environment. All of this is a result of working with the hospital in Savannah after Josh's untimely death due to a medication error. It's one of many doors that God is opening for me to go into varying venues (that's a cool phrase) and share a message of hope, grace and forgiveness. This week it's Charlotte, NC (the Concord area). In May, it will be Jekyll Island, GA.

To the right, you'll see a new link added regarding Ridley Barron Ministries (don't worry, I'm not about to become a televangelist). It's an organization set up to facilitate the scheduling and carrying out of this ministry. If you or someone you know would be interested in me sharing my family's story and, more importantly, God's greater story of grace, feel free to follow the link to get more information. It's a bare bones site for now but will continue to grow.

Also a new addition to the blog is the subscription option to the right. By doing this, you will receive an e-mail update notifying you when this blog has been updated. It keeps you from coming back to this site unnecessarily. I promise there are no hidden agendas, you won't get "spammed," and it's simply a way to let you know when some thought has spurred me to write again. You will note that this is happening with more frequency and I hope that will continue.

Finally, I appreciate your prayers for me as I share next week in NC. Pray for my words to be His, for my safe travel and for my amazing kids as I leave them for two days. I promise guys, I'll be home in time for your game on Tuesday H and in time to say your prayers A. Love all of you and appreciate your continued support.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Praying for you as you travel and share your story! I'm so glad to see your ministry growing and growing. You wouldn't be hiring, would you? :) Seriously, Ridley, I'm praying for you... your story changes lives!

God bless, brother,
Heather Yordy
Fort Worth, TX