1) I hope God enjoys watching me enjoy something the way I enjoy watching my kids enjoy something.
2) I don’t believe the rumors of the demise of the music industry. First, those who say it are comparing it’s state to the year 2000 while ignoring the year 1900. Second, all industries change. Get off my lawn. Third, who would have guessed 10 years ago that vinyl would be so big. No one knows what’s coming.
3) My wife has beauty, talent and wisdom. She said the other day, “People only think what was popular is cool. But not what is popular now.”
4) The evangelical Christian ghetto cannot answer the relationship between grief and rage.
5) I would like a vocation that is a destination.
6) It is no easy task, unburdening yourself with those whose problems you’d gladly exchange for.
7) Hope is exhausting. Maybe it’s supposed to be.
8) Last week I went to an Anglican funeral. It was probably the best worship service I’ve ever attended. And most likely the most help I’ve gotten in grief.
9) There are two types of problems/struggles people have. Those remedied by time and/or money. And those only remedied by the making of all things new. Wisdom recognizes the difference between the two.
10) There is a holiness in unreserved laughter among friends.