Women’s luncheon at Faith Covenant

Today I spoke and sang at the Spring Women’s Luncheon at Faith Covenant Church in Westerville. If that looks familiar, it’s because that’s my church. 🙂 It was a funny experience for me – I’ve done concerts here every once in a while, but I’ve never spoken and it’s funny to tell people who have known you forever your story. What do they know? What don’t they know? And then there were a ton of visitors who didn’t know any of it, so I just did my thing in the end.

People ask me a lot why I don’t do more of my stuff at my home church, and I guess it’s because I’m always worried they will get tired of me, or that they hear me enough just on Sundays. I don’t want services to be about me, so I’m always trying to feature other people’s music and talents. Today went well, and it touched my heart to tell a story that so many of these actual people were involved directly in. These were the people who took care of my dad and our family. They were the ones who were praying for us with Toby. This is our family. Made it harder to tell my story without crying, but we made it through. 🙂

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