Why have we been avoiding the city? The church will go in and do projects, but then heads back out. The hole remained without any permanent gospel presence. After nineteen months living in the city, I can say that we have been missing out on opportunities.
I nearly died. At 49 stories above Cincinnati, the floor nearly gave way and I nearly tumbled over the ledge and nearly died. Lots of nearly, because that’s what it feels like when I stand 49 stories above Cincinnati. Continue reading “Over the Edge”
I’m not afraid of heights, I just have issue with the potential of experiencing that sudden stop after falling. So it’s not without some coincidental humor to consider that I live among the tallest buildings in the entire region. Thankfully, I look out over top of a parking garage, so I don’t feel like I’m as many stories up as I actually reside. Continue reading “It’s the Sudden Stop”
Today was the Opening Day parade in cold Cincinnati, which is rather funny because Opening Day was Friday, after being rescheduled from Thursday. Sometimes I wonder how those planning meetings went… For me, the parade was only a temporary distraction, though fun with the family. Continue reading “The Next Day”
I write this post as my day ends; it’s Thursday. You read this post as early as Friday; it’s Opening Day. Thursday was to be Opening Day in Cincinnati, but weather predictions Wednesday convinced the decision makers to make a big decision. Now Friday is Opening Day in Cincy. It’s a big undertaking for the-day-before. Repercussions aside after that bit of chaos, here we are. Continue reading “Opening Day”