Last week I found myself in conversation with some friends about a new Bible app which was released recently. I won’t reveal the name, but my first impression is that, while the technology was impressive, it seemed like the app couldn’t help but further contribute to the snippetization of Scripture.
We were driving home tonight as a storm moved into the area. The clouds were worth photographing.
In the next day or so I should have the cover art for *In The Land Of The Penny Gnomes* finalized. This is a life-long dream, now I just need to figure out how to market the thing.
For many years my personal workflow remained the same, then… we had a baby.
I could have chosen a number of hymns for the last post in this series, but in the end I was compelled to go with one of my favorites of all time, “Be Thou My Vision.”
I resonate with John Newton in temperament, even if my life never led me on a journey with the highs and lows his had. I’m stubborn, prideful, prone to laziness, and angry with the world in general. And, like Newton, redemption found me by the Amazing Grace of God.