Every weekend should have at least 3 days. Especially for those in ministry. In fact, anyone who does major ministry work during a weekend should be given another weekend to compensate. I’m not complaining about lost time, I’m just worried about a lack of energy to make it in to work tomorrow.
Friday, the Priority band drove up to Phoenix and played for a Valley Rim Association youth lock-in. It was at North Phoenix Baptist, which is nice, but it started at 10:30pm, which ain’t so nice. The worship in concert, or “Overflow 2” as we affectionately called it, was a success. There were some internal band issues regarding preparation of the heart when leading others in worship, but I think it has been resolved. And of course, we led worship Sunday morning and evening at the Priority College Service. This morning a guest speaker preached, Dr. David Johnson of Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. A good word on “the most important thing in life”: taking God seriously.
Later on we’ll be going to Chipotle and then Jenny and I will try to catch this week’s Desperate Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy. Hope that Monday doesn’t come tomorrow.