This week we talked about Ecclesiastes chapter 2 and all of the ways we seek satisfaction under the sun. The Preacher, as one commentator remarked, tries hard to set up his own little Garden of Eden without any of the forbidden fruits, and oh how his experiment fails! Here’s my friend Erika leading us. Enjoy!
Hello, friends! For anyone who would like to follow along with our summer study of Ecclesiastes and Thirty Thousand Days, I will be posting our weekly talks. This one is in two parts — first, a little reflection on Ecclesiastes, second, the nuts and bolts of how the study will work. The workbook I refer to is available to download here, so feel free to print it out and work through it with us. Enjoy!
Blessed to be a guest on Chris Arnzen’s “Iron Sharpens Iron” show this week! Loved the opportunity to linger in conversation a while, and I hope it will give you some food for thought while you jog/do the dishes/drive a bus/bathe a dog. (Does anyone do anything without multi-tasking any more?)
Writers are shy people who can spend long hours all alone. We aren’t supposed to do terrifying things like give interviews! But here for your amusement is my first radio show. The kind man who interviewed me is Marty Guise from KSIV in St. Louis, and you can find him on Facebook at Lay Renewal Ministries.