Two purposes to this post. First, to update our personal friends and family on the search for a new “church home.”Â (And I feel the need to reiterate that it’s not a negative reflection on our previous church.)Â We’ve attended two churches thus far: the little bitty Methodist church that is walking distance from our house, and the burgeoning mega Church on our side of the river.Â Verdict thus far:Â Itty Bitty Methodist has a nifty contemporary service and a good preacher, and is getting an Emmaus reunion group started.Â MegaChurch has great coffee,Â video games and air hockey in kids’ church.Â It would be tough to make other judgments about MegaChurch, because they had a guest praise team and were preaching on tithing, which is never a good sermon to use as a representative sample.
The other purpose of this post is to talk about GTD and spirituality.Â I had a thought: spiritual formation and GTD are alike in that it’s all about the individual, small actions.Â Anybody can drink massive quantities of caffeine and go on an organizational frenzy.Â And anybody can be struck by religious fervor and make a few grand gestures of faith.Â But where the real action is, is in the mundane, everyday, line items of life.Â Those items are teh drops of water that carve the grand canyon of your character.
Which is not to say your character is a massive hole.
I think that’s a good place to stop typing.Â