Monday, March 27, 2006

I'm losing it!

I was preparing some notes and unlike me, I was in "preacher" mode - everything was starting with the letter "G"
The really scary thing is... as I was reviewing my notes I realized that the first item in the list was to be:
however, I accidently spelt it
I think I need to go and listen to some Larry Norman.


The Righteousness of God said...



Charlie Brown...a three point sermon gone bad. I think it is the Hab euphoria kicking it. We have pictures of you doing 'Gaither' - there is therapy available - expensive but well worth it.


The Righteousness of God said...

Oh by the way . . . you have concert tickets for their next show (Christian entertainment) in Afganistan!!!! The juggler is the opener! Have fun.....

michael lewis said...

Larry can cure pretty much anything that Keith can't.

Turn it up to 11.

pastor mike said...

i got it cranked

Mark said...

I am available for musical appearances at Trinity. My speciality is operatic versions of Gaither, Norman, and Green classics. 342-8261 for details!

pastor mike said...

can you do a medly of all 3 artists!?

The Righteousness of God said...

Does Mark do 'Shall we "Gaither" at the river - the beautiful, the beautiful river'?

TIMMY D said...

Hi! My name is Tim DeMoss. I’m a disc jockey from Pennsylvania and am in the process of writing Larry Norman’s biography. While I have a lot of material from interviews, time spent with Larry, and so forth, I believe a great way to tell his story is to invite others (like yourself) to share their stories of Larry as well. I did a “Yahoo” search, and your link/blog mentioning Larry was one of those listed, so I wanted to extend the invitation to you to contribute. Personal interactions, concert experiences, how his music affected you and your friends/family, rumors you may have heard, questions you may have—those are all examples of how you might participate.

The details and background are at Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Please also feel free to forward this on to anyone you believe would a) like to submit their thoughts or questions or b) simply be made aware of the biography’s progress and completion.

Thanks very much!


Tim DeMoss