For years I struggled in life. I was torn. I was drawn to one culture, but I was a part of another culture. A childhood...
There are lots of people out there singing “King of My Heart”. Maybe you sing it too. Here’s my take on that song.
Fatherhood is a strange thing. I am a father. I also have a father. Plus, I have a Heavenly Father, and a handful of other people who have been like fathers to me in life.
Adam writes, "My favorite of all those songs, which I felt really captures how I felt in 2017, is called “Take Me Away, for I Am Severely Wounded”. It’s also one of my hardest songs to play. Even though it’s such a simple song. It’s my best way to explain the hurt I dealt with."
"My favorite one of these songs was written for my sister’s 50th birthday. It’s called “(Now is) Golden”. I wrote it originally on a nylon-stringed guitar, and used a slightly alternate tuning."
This is my take on the song “Holy Ghost”, by John Mark McMillan, from his 2014 album, “Borderland”.
One of the songs I play in my weekly worship sessions at the Succat Hallel house of prayer in Jerusalem, Israel, is “I Love Your Ministry” by Jon Thurlow.
Adam writes, "So why did we bring eight children into the world? Because the value of bringing a human life into the world to me was greater than any cost I could list. And I’ve listed those costs."
Adam writes, "Do you know why you live where you live? Can you point to one motivating reason? If you can get there, you can set yourself up for a great coming year."
Adam writes, "But if you use your imagination and creative power to deal with the reality of your day-to-day life, then you can start seeing real change. But how do you do this?"