After a hectic, hot day out with the kiddos, I am busy preparing for our church service tomorrow. Jason and I are co-preaching--we've basically split the message in half. It's one of the things I really love about what we do, it's fun to work on something together. Well, it's fun NOW. After nearly ten years of marriage and ministry together, we've pretty much learned how to communicate well in a "work" setting, as opposed to a "marriage" setting, and how to navigate when those two merge. If you work at all with your spouse, that will hopefully make sense to you. (More on that dynamic another time!)
Right now, we're sitting at our laptops, trying to be all, like, insightful and stuff. It's just adorable. (I'd take a picture and post it, but I look a bit rough after aforementioned day out with the kiddos. And I'm wearing shorts that are not for public consumption.) We think of it as tag team preaching, but don't worry. It's not like tag team wrestling. Mostly cause this kind of get-up would not be flattering for either of us:
God forbid. (And I'm pretty sure He did.)
So, I am up to my ears tonight in commentaries, Greek Bible Dictionaries, and catchy illustrations. Oh--and my own brilliance. Nearly forgot that one!
Hope all is well where you are!