Tag: investing in next generations

Moving OVER, but not OUT

I wish we sang something in my church that I know. I don’t know any of the new songs and no one around me does either. I wish we would sing some/more hymns…you know, something with lyrics that don’t repeat 700 times? We want… Continue Reading “Moving OVER, but not OUT”

Developing an Orchestra in the Intergenerational Church—from 7-30+ players in five years.

When I arrived at my current church 5 1/2 years ago, I was tasked with developing an orchestra for our church. At the time, there were about 7-8 players (all but two were not adults) and they had met a few times of the… Continue Reading “Developing an Orchestra in the Intergenerational Church—from 7-30+ players in five years.”

Birthdays and Mother’s Days

Today would’ve been my mother’s 69th birthday. It’s been just over 5 years since she passed away from a heart attack among some of her closest friends at a local restaurant in my hometown.  Not a day goes by that I don’t miss her.… Continue Reading “Birthdays and Mother’s Days”

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