You Would Think
would think after twenty-five years of writing them, I would be better at
making my point in my Manager’s Memos. Apparently I still need the practice. So
let me clarify from my last memo.
My oldest son Caleb is getting
married in a few days to a wonderful young woman named Tricia. Tricia and Caleb
have known each for three years. Apparently, there was some confusion, thinking
my last memo indicated they were marrying because they needed to. My fault for
not making that clear. Caleb and I talked after the two of them had a serious
“when are we going to have kids” talk.
This, as every husband-to-be will tell you, triggered some internal
questions about being a husband and a dad, that almost always center on
worthiness. I thank God every day both of my sons still want to talk to their
dad when they have questions they want answers to. It is an honor and privilege
to hold that place in their lives.
As we get closer to this momentous
life change, I know they would appreciate your prayers as they start a new life
together. So would Wanda and I, since we
have been praying for Tricia since before she was born. We believe God has,
once again, answered our prayers and brought our son his perfect life companion.
We couldn’t be happier.
For 88.3 The Journey, I’m General Manager Mike Agee.