But the story gets better. Over the past year since the divorce, Kathy and
I have remained friends, done things together, talked like never before,
read books together, and learned a LOT about ourselves and each other. As
that progressed, we realized that we did, in fact, still love each other.
We started going to counseling, apologized and forgave each other for a
lot of things, and began a process that reaches its apex today:
WE'RE GETTING MARRIED! Again. Remarried. Re-tying the knot.
Whatever you want to call it, we've reconciled and are planning to spend
the rest of our lives together. This is truly a story of grace, because
even at our lowest points, God still moved in our hearts and kept us
committed to each other even though we didn't realize it at the time. And
so, around 5 PM Pacific time today, we will be officially married for the
second, and hopefully the last, time.
God is good. Far beyond our wildest imaginings. Never forget that.
Check out my new Internet
A new article that I wrote is now available online. This one is a
true story that illustrates two things: God's providence, and the
importance of bicycle helmets. Curious? Check it out!
I'm also very much into music, both Christian and classical. In college, I started out as a music theory and composition major for 4 years before switching to Bible study. Recently I've been getting back into that, especially since I bought myself a great synthesizer/music workstation and started understanding MIDI. Here's a description of my setup with some pictures (in the first picture, the guy in the background is one of the most phenomenal bass players I've ever known, and it's been a real privilege getting to play alongside him).
If this isn't what you were looking for, here are some other Bible-related
sites you might find interesting. Note that I have recently added a link
to Parons Technology's Hebrew and Greek tutorial pages. Be advised that
I have not used these myself, but I have received feedback from a number
of people who have and everything I have heard has been positive. One major
feature of these CD-ROM programs is the fact that they include audio so
you can hear as well as see the languages, which goes a long way
toward helping the material stay with you. If you have any comments about
these packages, please send them to me.
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