Around a year ago, the photo for the MLive Sunday Bulletin changed. It may not have been noticed by many readers, but there was a reason behind it.
When you operate a public medium (like MLive) there’s a certain amount of your personal life that you have to include; but there is also a limit.
Although only very close friends (and folks who read local church bulletin prayer lists) knew it, Sue (my wife) had a severe heart attack just over a year ago, spending two weeks in Baptist Medical Center in Little Rock. After a double-bypass and a “valve job”, she was released, to come home and continue recovery.
MonticelloLive was posted twice every day, as usual, from the hospital, since “business MUST go on.” (My Iphone and BMC wi-fi were awesome.)
But when your nights are spent on a waiting room couch, and you don’t know if they’ll even be able do perform surgery, there are few sources of comfort to be found. But there was one place I found……
The photo change took place so that every Sunday, I would go back to that same place of comfort I used for those two long weeks. The Prayer Chapel at Baptist Medical Center.
I hope that you can see the light and love of my Saviour, Jesus Christ, shining through, like I did then, and still do today.