Relationships, conversations, and connections – all important to me.
Today I spent time with a couple church people. I prayed with Jonny in our auditorium.
I had lunch with my wife. I met with my staff.
I waved to my neighbor while running through the rain. I talked with my pastor-coach, Dave Jacobs.
Jonny and I recorded a great conversation with a pastor from Pennsylvania, that tonight I turned into something called “episode 74”.
I watched a review of the Spurs-Heat game on ESPN with a student who knocked on my door at 11:00pm.
I talked on the phone with a woman whose father is in the hospital.
I spoke to the bank about a check I deposited on Monday, that never showed up in my account. They called me back – they found it!
I listened to Pat Flynn for thirty minutes this morning while getting ready for the day.
I texted three of my four kids. I hugged the fourth one.
I sent 18 emails to people that I know.
The greatest relationship, conversation, or connection I could have, on any given day, is my relationship with the triune God.
In an age where I can make almost endless connections every day with people next door or on the other side of the world – as a pastor I get to model and practice my connection with God.
With him is the greatest relationship I could ever experience.
I’m gonna have a busy weekend, and I’m gonna make sure to spend my best part of it, with him.
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