This was one long day. After an interminable, uneventful flight (16 hours with 3 hours sleep). Between naps, I finished the in-flight magazine crossword puzzle (one of my quirky fun things to do on flights), ordered a ginger ale (my traditional airline drink of choice), then worked on my messages for the Naples conference.
I have decided to share two messages on worship: one more introductory and broad, and one that focuses on the Trinitarian nature of worship, and specifically the role of Abba Father in worship. I think I’ll post parts of this at a later time.
The flights were actually really good for economy class—on-time, comfortable, relatively short, and no one lost my bags. The long leg over was fully booked, and half the plane was filled with a babbling group of junior high students. I am a bit anxious about the unknowns of this trip, but I am trying really hard to give it to God. I am tired and I settle into (hopefully) another quick plane nap. I wait for this shortened night to turn to day outside my airplane window.
Food scorecard: Airline bisconi (I don’t think that really counts).