The Dream

As is true for many church-goers, my wife and I have been “attending” church virtually over the past year. Our church broadcasts its services live on both Facebook and YouTube, and we can tune in from the comfort of our own living room. To be honest, it’s been a little difficult to feel at all connected with the church as a whole while watching services on a screen every week, though we’re also part of a smaller group where we do feel much more connected.

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The Musician

When I reached Fifth Grade, I had the opportunity to choose a music elective. I thought that the idea of learning to play an instrument was pretty neat, and my parents encouraged me to give it a try. Of course, renting an instrument was not entirely cheap and buying an instrument was also pretty expensive, so to start with I signed up to be a saxophonist, because we already had a saxophone.

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The Phorum, Part 4: April Fools’ Day

As moderator, administrator, and chief maintainer of the message board known as the Phorum, I always played some sort of prank on April Fools’ Day. At first it was usually pretty low-key. But with the switch to the new SMF software, I had complete control over the entire system. The pranks began escalating.

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