Maybe I’m still on “Tanzania Time” since I’m just now, on Wednesday, finishing this week’s Monday Musing. Better late than never, I suppose. Or as they say in East Africa, roughly translated, “In haste there is no blessing.” I continue to ponder the blessings of being a part of the Traveling Team for Tanzania Mission […] Read the rest »
This is a Monday of departures and transitions. Two of my favorite young men, both named David, are just about to begin new adventures and callings in their lives, and I’m missing them already. My son David left yesterday after worship for his junior year in college in Iowa. This isn’t the first time I’ve […] Read the rest »
I haven’t posted for several Mondays. Did you miss me? I’ve missed connecting with you, but I have a good excuse. This is my first Monday back in the office after nearly four weeks in Africa. The centerpiece of my time was helping to lead Cross of Christ’s third mission trip to northern Tanzania […] Read the rest »
This week’s Monday Musings are coming to you on Tuesday as I just got back late last night from a cross-country trip with my son David, driving home together from his college in Iowa. We had a great time of sharing over the two days of packing up his dorm room and three days of […] Read the rest »
I played in a handbell concert yesterday. My church, Cross of Christ, hosts the Emerald City Ringers, a really top-notch local handbell community choir. As “Artists in Residence” ECR has a special relationship with CofC, to the benefit of both the choir and the congregation. One of the mutual benefits is our hosting a […] Read the rest »
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