“Refuse to worry about tomorrow, but deal with each challenge that comes your way, one day at a time. Tomorrow will take care of itself.””
Matthew 6:34 TPT
I’m not sure how to explain the experience or feeling I had this morning when this verse came up as the verse of the day.
It’s an old friend. It’s on my verse list. It’s one I’ve prayed out loud over my self on the journey many times.
Why Grandkids are so much fun. A little message from Clark.
This morning I’m serving at my church,Springschurch, by doing the TV audio. It’s an early start at 7am and we’ll be finished 3rd service around 2pm.
This is my position with the sound board and TV monitors in a room up behind the stage.
It’s just me and the equipment. As I’m mixing the band and vocalist I can hear my son Scott quietly on the intercom calling camera shots as he directs the camera operators to present the service on the big screens in the sanctuary and record for later TV broadcast use.
It’s hard to explain my emotions and feelings as I hear Scott’s voice. I’m so proud of him. Thankful and full of joy for the wonderful man he has become. A great son, husband and father.
It’s very special to be serving together at a great church that is doing great things for God.
Came across this great post. Laughed out loud a couple of times. So much truth. http://www.stevewiens.com/2013/03/12/to-parents-of-small-children-let-me-be-the-one-who-says-it-out-loud/
I reserve the right to post stuff here from time to time, perhaps quite infrequently. You should look over here. I’ve moved. I might come back, I might not. We’ll see.
I've had this video bookmarked for a long time, and I finally got around to watching it, and its great stuff. Since I have not read the book yet, I think I'll add it to my Amazon WishList in case anybody is interested :-). Mr. Friedman tells a great story about checking in to a SouthWest Airlines flight and learning about printing your boarding pass from home. His comment was one I was familiar with in that by printing your own boardingpass, you are becoming an employee of South West Airlines, but then he surprised me by saying if you value your time (I do!) that you are paying South West to be their employee! Think about that!
Chances are good that Bhavya in Bangalore will read your next x-ray, or as Thomas Friedman learned first hand, “Grandma Betty in her bathrobe” will make your Jet Blue plane reservation from her Salt Lake City home. In “Globalization 3.0,” Friedman contends, people from far-flung places will become principal players in the marketplace.