The Making of a Little Hero

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The Making of a Little Hero

Sunday, April 3, 2011| Message byEric Ludy

This message formed as a result of little Hudson Ludy (six years old). Desiring to travel with his Daddy on some of his upcoming international adventures, Hudson wants to find orphans and rescue them. But Hudson's father knows that for a little one (such as Hudson) to join in on such taxing adventures demands a certain level of preparation, or "hero training." Every ready soldier must be first groomed for the challenges of war that lie ahead in order that they demonstrate uprightness and honor amidst the fray. This message encompasses the thirteen tier "basic training" that Eric Ludy is walking Hudson through in order to ensure that he is serious enough, honorable enough, and prepared enough for the unknown adventures that await. However, don't be surprised if you discover that the training of this little six year old is the precise training that many of us as grown adults are desperately needing in our personal walks with God. Each of us must be prepared as "little heroes" for the calling we have received.



The Making of a Little Hero

This message formed as a result of little Hudson Ludy (six years old). Desiring to travel with his Daddy on some of his upcoming international adventures, Hudson wants to find orphans and rescue them. But Hudson's father knows that for a little one (such as Hudson) to join in on such taxing adventures demands a certain level of preparation, or "hero training." Every ready soldier must be first groomed for the challenges of war that lie ahead in order that they demonstrate uprightness and honor amidst the fray. This message encompasses the thirteen tier "basic training" that Eric Ludy is walking Hudson through in order to ensure that he is serious enough, honorable enough, and prepared enough for the unknown adventures that await. However, don't be surprised if you discover that the training of this little six year old is the precise training that many of us as grown adults are desperately needing in our personal walks with God. Each of us must be prepared as "little heroes" for the calling we have received.