This morning, I began my work day by helping with a group of educators assembling at our church. What a great group of ladies who know that their calling is to teach our youngest of children! 300+ very bright, cheerful people in a room, growing in knowledge by completing continuing education credit. They will hearContinue reading “Rules . . . hmm?”
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A Good Routine
A good routine is hard to come by. I have to really work at it. My Meyers-Briggs personality test says that I love my calendar . . . but . . . if something better comes along, out it goes. I’d rather seize the moment to just hang out, be, and drink the world in.Continue reading “A Good Routine”
One small step for man . . .
There were only a few memories of history that my parents kept around the house. I don’t speak of the photos of us or things that have importance in their own lives. I speak of mementoes of specific events in history in which they felt connected. One of them has very specific connections to thisContinue reading “One small step for man . . .”
Seminary Had No Way of Knowing . . .
As a trained musician, I have honed my musical craft over a long time. Many years have gone into planning worship, learning how to conduct a choir, educating myself on the latest vocal techniques, and developing plans to inspire greater musical art for the Holy. Many thousands of dollars have gone into educating and trainingContinue reading “Seminary Had No Way of Knowing . . .”
The Leader My Dog Thinks I am
“Lord, help me to be the kind of man my dog thinks I am.” – Bellamy Bros Hank and Chopper. As part of my exercise re-program, I’ve dedicated myself to give time to the dogs each day. I’m a fan of The Dog Whisperer, and so I give the dogs a job. That job isContinue reading “The Leader My Dog Thinks I am”