Wednesday, January 17, 2007

One more post for the day, then I’m outta here…

Since I still have 20 minutes to kill, before I leave, I guess I’ll toss off one more blog post, before I hit the open road.

Jehovah Shalom is playing at the People’s Church tonight, as part of the Spiritual Life Convention. Actually, not all of Jehovah Shalom—just some of the musicians, and some of the singers. We’re not performing, just leading the worship for tonight’s seminar(s). I’ve never been to the Spiritual Life Convention, so I’m looking forward to it, but I’m also a bit nervous, because I don’t typically play guitar in front of anyone other than my usual church family. If they don’t like the way we worship, I don’t want to hinder them from worshipping as well as they could. (Where “they” in this case refers to the rest of the congregation.) Sometimes, when you really don’t like the music, it can hamper your ability to worship properly, and I don’t want to be the cause of that!

I read a blot post this afternoon called Give War a Chance and was tempted to post my thoughts on it here, but realized I wouldn’t have time. I have to be at the People’s Church at 6:30—at the latest!—so I don’t want to leave late. (And, of course, I have my pesky job to perform, in between my blog posts. That always tends to slow things down.) I’ll probably write about it tomorrow, if I remember—which is not guaranteed—because it’s an interesting topic.