I’m sitting in my office right now, pondering John 1:6-14. “And we have seen his glory, the Glory of the Father’s one and only Son.” I’ve had a few conversation today, worked on some admin work, and prepared for a group of students I’ll be meeting with tomorrow night. In the midst of all that, the song “Waymaker” by Leeland pops onto my Amazon Echo, and I’m changed. I start to worship in my office, not caring if anyone from the one or two groups meeting around me, hear me or see me should they pass my windowed door.
Month: January 2020
I’ve been trying to get through Jon Acuff’s book, “Finish” for a while, but self help books have been difficult for me to finish in recent days. Not because I don’t like the ones I’ve started, but because of a deeper philosophical problem I have with them. But that’s for another post. So if you were to check out my Goodreads account, “Finish” is finally in the “Read” section.
I have to tell you about a new app I’ve been enjoying. I k now, I know, the last thing you need is another app to navigate and figure out and to make sure you have enough space on your phone. But this app is very simple, and in a weird way, life changing in regards to the relationship in our lives.
For the last year, We’ve been talking about the new novel we’ll be publishing this spring called “Flat Earth”! The story is finished, and is the novel is in the last stages of editing. We think you’ll love it!
But today, we wanted to share with you a little surprise!
Apparently a young 20 something from California who migrated to Columbus with his wife wrote a handful of songs he wanted to share with a few of his friends from church. Henry is painfully shy, yet looks like a rock star (my first impression) but he went to friends, including one of my best friends in high school, and asked if he could perform some of those songs for them. At the same time, I asked Clay if my wife and I could come hang out with them for New Year’s.
All the pieces came together.