R.i.P.od

Sad day.  My iPod is officially dead.  It was my portable seminary/ training conference/ continuing education and so much more.  Living on the Shore, I’m isolated from church conferences and seminars.  There’s no staff at CrossWay for daily interaction regarding creative church ideas and the latest innovations and trends in the church world, so my iPod was my connection with the church world beyond the Shore.

Ah, my good ol’ iPod.  We went through so much together!  I listened to the whole NLT Bible on it.  I listened to hundreds–and possibly thousands–of sermons by dozens of preachers on it.  I listened to many audiobooks.  I listened to countless podcasts about preaching, leadership, church, culture, and on and on.  My driving time was always put to great use.  Just in my daily drive to and from the office, I could listen to a sermon each day.

Sniff sniff.  Life just isn’t the same without you, iPod.  I miss you already.

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Published in: on December 3, 2007 at 11:30 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. I know the feeling. Maybe Santa will provide a special replacement for you.

  2. It’s weird how we can get so used to having certain kinds of technology, isn’t it?

  3. Yeah. I used my camera in ministry a lot and this summer I lost it on a youth event. I have no idea what happened to it. But, it needed to be replaced because it impacted my ministry a lot. . .

  4. Oh wow, major bummer! But that’s really cool that you got a new one. I noticed on your blog that you were pretty excited about it. I don’t blame you!


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