Down for the count.
Late last week, while working on an upcoming social media post related the power of analogy in preaching, I stumbled across a stunning discovery: a Dawes album I didn’t know existed.
During our South Carolina vacation last week, our 30-year-old daughter asked me early one evening, “Are you going to go practice your sermon, Daddy?”
Last Wednesday I had cataract surgery.
Julie and I spent last Thursday – Saturday in Nashville, Tennessee, where we visited our daughter Taylor Underwood and her husband Nate.
Several years ago, I read Peter Ames Carlin’s biography of Bruce Springsteen.
Preaching without notes is the opposite of “winging it.”