Did God Continue to Allow Me Happiness?

Another monthly trip down memory lane….   Thursday, January 14, 1995 Yesterday I was too busy to write. We had two assemblies in Connecticut and a midnight concert in Pennsylvania. The retreat we played at in Pennsylvania gave us each $20 spending money. Praise God! I really needed it. Today we spent the afternoon at…

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I Will Wait On Him

Another monthly journal entry! (Notes: Scott was our drummer. Heather was his girlfriend who joined us for a week of tour while we were in Kansas. Today Scott and Heather are married with three children, and Scott is a Pastor.)   Saturday, March 11, 1995 So much happened today! We went to Tia’s house, and…

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After All, What Problem Is Too Big for Him?

Time for my monthly journal share…. Things were getting very emotional by the end of tour. A lot of love and hate in between all that soul-saving. Even between me and Dave. Who would have thought those dumb kids would still be in love twenty years later? I guess I did. Of course, the twist…

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More Journaling for Jesus!

Today I offer you two more random journal entries from my tour to inject Jesus into a school near you…. and let’s all breathe a sigh of relief that blogging wasn’t a thing in 1995. Want more? You can find other entries here and here. And for the record, I think Suzanne is a wonderful person. I…

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I Think God Was Definitely Involved

This morning I offer you more embarrassing journal entries from my youth. To clarify, a “comeback” was the evening concert we invited kids to at the end of the school assembly. We promised an all-music concert, but what they didn’t know was that it would be Christian music. And lot’s of talk about God. If you want to…

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People Can Change

January 4th, 1995 Last night we had a really great bible study. We have been reading a book called “Born For Battle” and it led to a pretty good discussion. After vacation we all realized how different being a Christian makes you. Those who don’t know God never understand what you are about. The world…

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