My awesome hubby posted this picture today.
No sooner was it out there than I was getting texts, tweets and actual people popping into my office all with the same question, “Why did David pack his desk?”
It was really kinda funny. The thing is, we pretty much live our lives on social media, and the fact that we hadn’t made a formal announcement was disconcerting to many. So, here’s our announcement.
David packed his desk down in the “valley” and is now on the “hill.” (For those of you that don’t attend our church, the majority of the offices are not in the actual church building. They’re up the hill in an office building.)
Same church. Same department. Different role.
He’s starting up a new website (that isn’t up yet, but has a Facebook page) that will “take the care and service we give guests in Connections (the North Point resource center) on a Sunday morning and replicate it in an online environment.”
Translation. He’s gonna spend lots of time on the Internets. The new Twitter is @goconnections and he’s already on there a bunch. In fact, he’s helped several people in just the last two days.
We’re super excited here at the HOH to see what God is going to do with this. Pretty sure it’s going to be awesome.
Oh, and just in case you didn’t know, my husband rocks, and I’m super proud of him.
He seems very excited about his new role. I’m happy to have him in the same office building.
Your husband indeed “rocks”. Never have I enjoyed working for/with anyone more! His desire to help connect people with the resources they need to connect with God in a new and life changing way drives everything he does. He will be missed in the valley but I’m excited to be able to watch what he does online….especially since that’s the only way I can connect now days. Congrats on the new position David. You are definitely the man for this job. Can’t wait to see how God uses you!!
Awwwww thanks Carol.
Miss you so much!!
Hooray for our David! So proud of him and all of those who live in the House of Hills!
I know the internet is just the right place for him. I am excited to hear more about his new job. We are so proud of all of you!
Dottie (Grandma Dot)
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