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It’s been a weird two decades.
I’ve been surprised by the reemergence of old friends in my life and rocked by the sudden departure of both family and friends. You know about one of my younger sisters. Well, weeks after that, my mom’s younger sister left us. (Mom is still with us.)
For the record, these things haven’t shaken my faith in the least bit … but, yes, it has caused me to be more aware of those who are in my immediate orbit - both in the digital and carnal spheres. Suffice it to say, I pray more and connect more. (If I haven’t gotten to you yet, don’t worry; I will. And you can reach out, too.)
I also know that a lot of other people are processing loss and some are doing better than others.
Here’s the thing with me: I find almost everything other than Jesus and the people I care about irrelevant at this point. Politics and politicians? Blech! World events? I watch them because they are related to Bible prophecy, but anything I might say about them has been said by more learned individuals. Homelessness, racial division, crime, etc.? You can read this newsletter to find out what I think.
I’m saying this to ask: what would you like me to talk about? I hope and pray that whatever it is, I can do it justice.
In the meantime, I’m going to go do my 3 miles. Movement is healing. And preparation.
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