Today, after 20 years, I retired from serving on the Shakopee Fire Department. However, just in case anyone is wondering, I am not retiring from leading Meadow Spring. In fact, as of today, I have more focus, more energy, more dreams, more drive to see our vision of guiding people into a refreshing relationship with Jesus become reality. I want God to do something so unexplainable at Meadow that no one, not even me, in our most prideful moment can take credit for.

Easter is just days away and I have never been more excited and pumped up about Easter as I am this year! This WILL be one incredible, unbelievable Easter at Meadow. If you don't regularly attend a church, I invite you to come and see what its all about at Meadow.

There is so much still to accomplish at Meadow ... not just this Sunday - but with our kids, and youth, and small groups, and staff, and community outreach, and missions...and don't forget our remodeling master plan where we will be remodeling our building to have a real kids center, youth center, enlarged auditorium, fellowship room, office center, and more. (Oh...and carpet that is not so psychedelic!)

The best days of my life and of Meadow are still ahead and I get to be a part of it! Wow!