You know what I’ve noticed lately?
Stories that are being captured, shared, spread, re-told, treasured.
I love a good story. I’m pretty sure we all do.
In fact, I’m pretty sure that’s why there seems to be a trend with independent musicians to invest so much of their resources into capturing the story of making an album and creating their music. These days it costs less and less to record an album at a professional quality, and artists everywhere are using the money they aren’t spending on session players and expensive studio time to tell a story instead. I’m discovering artists all the time because of their videos first, and that is how I get introduced to their music.
I love it!
Our Christmas Eve services this year are based completely on stories of regular people who have experienced God in their lives. I can’t wait to hear them.
To listen to how someone has journeyed through something can be inspiring.
As 2011 comes close to an end I am reminded of the story I am living through each post of this blog. What I was thinking at the time. How I was processing my experiences and obstacles. When I found hope in the midst of discouragement.
Thanks for allowing me to share my story.