What do you want for your life? Who do you want to be in your life, and how do you want to live? When it comes to making a consistent effort to be a better person, it helps to have constant reminders encouraging you along the way. In Note to Self: Creating Your Guide to a More Spiritual Life, Episcopal priest Charles LaFond introduces readers to the concept of a "Rule of Life," an ancient method for building soul memory and offering reminders to ourselves of the person we hope to be--in other words, the practice of training your mind and soul to be kind and good.
In this book, LaFond makes the case that creating your own Rule of Life is grace that only you can offer to yourself, helping remind you to live the life you desire and the life God wishes for you.
For anyone looking to improve themselves to grow closer to Christ, this book is the perfect mix of wisdom, creation, and application.
Author of Fearless Church Fundraising, Charles LaFond is a sought-after speaker and preacher on the topics of stewardship and money. He is a regular contributor to Episcopal Cafe, an accomplished traveler and cook, and a lifelong master potter specializing in the craftsman's movement. LaFond lives in Denver and reads a chapter of his Rule of Life nearly every day.