Sunday, October 14, 2001

After staying awake so late last night that I ended up re-arranging all of my bookshelves, I woke up this morning with an urgent little voice whispering in my ear, “Just don’t go to church today. Skip it, this once. Go to AWANA, fine, but stay home and relax today.”

This time, I didn’t give in to the voice’s urgings. The sermon was excellent, dealing with a leader’s response to a crisis (understandable emotional reaction which is appropriately restrained, followed by serious thought, followed by action), and we talked at length in my Sunday School class about the appropriate Christian’s response to the current situation, especially regarding Muslims. We came to no conclusions.

Then, after popcorn shrimp at Applebee’s, I went to AWANA and Kairos. Both went well. I’d like to describe Bill Haley’s sermon, but I’m too tired to be able to remember it clearly. Perhaps I’ll describe it in more detail later.

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