Yesterday, I posted on some reflection from my 20s. Now, it is only appropriate to write some goals as to things I want to do in my 30s. Of course, I’ve still have a couple of days to come up with something else on the list.
Some of these are fun, some are serious, and some you just have to know me to understand.
1 – Graduate from Asbury Theological Seminary and be ordained as an elder in the United Methodist Church.
2 – Be a better husband each day and a good father (whenever we decide to have kids).
3 – Be more confident.
4 – Pay off all debt.
5 – Travel to a foreign country outside of North America.
6 – Spend more time in prayer.
7 – Give myself food poisoning less than I did in my 20s.
8 – Attend a 49ers game.
9 – Attend the Master’s and another US Open.
10 – Lose more weight.
11 – Be less afraid to share my opinions.
12 – Live in hope, less in fear.
13 – Travel to more states that I have never been to.
14 – Grill more.
15 – Accomplish my dream of having my seminary education officially sponsored by Diet Coke or Diet Dr Pepper.
16 – Go to Israel and the Vatican.
17 – Play a round of golf at St. Andrews. (That might have to wait until my 40s.)
18 – Be more relational.
19 – Challenge myself and the people around me to be better followers of Christ.
20 – Improve my driving ability, on the golf course that is.
21 – Write more. Maybe write a book.
22 – See the Grand Canyons and Yosemite.
23 – Run and complete a marathon.
24 – Preach more with my actions and my words.
25 – Visit historical landmarks that I have never seen.
26 – Be forward thinking, without ignoring the history of the faith and the witness of the Saints.
27 – Hang out with friends more.
28 – Take more pictures.
29 – Go to Africa.
30 – Be me.