Happy Birthday, Amy

Back when I when I was about to turn three years old, I had one of the best days of my life. I didn’t know it then, but I celebrate it now every day, and especially today.
Here’s an excerpt from the foreword of my new book:

My most recent wilderness experience lasted quite a while. I lost hope at times. I felt darkness overwhelm me. But I continued forward, because I heard music playing far in the distance. Over the last few years, this music became much more clear. As I continued to walk in the wilderness, God seemed to lead me toward an oasis, and in this oasis I heard a woman singing and playing a guitar. She was singing words to God, and singing with all her soul. I asked her if she would dance with me. She replied, “Of course.” She reminds me every day to continue to hope, to continue to seek, to continue to dance. Our hope is not in vain. Because God does work. And when he does? Wow.

This book—this book of looking for hope in the midst of wilderness—is dedicated to her, my wife, the love of my life, my best friend, Amy.

Happy Birthday, Amy!

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