Your Requests By Jeff Marian Posted February 4, 2019 In Pastor Jeff's Blog Your Requests2019-02-042019-02-04https://popmn.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/pop-logo_horizontal_color-e1473696608865.pngPrince of Peace Lutheran Churchhttps://popmn.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/requests.jpg200px200px 2 Ask and you will receive…. – John 16:24 When I was a kid, I used to love it when radio stations would set aside an hour or even a full evening and take requests. If you could actually get through on the request line you got to talk with the DJ and tell him or her what you wanted to hear. And if you were really, really lucky, they would record your conversation and play it on the air. How cool is that! It was kind of a thrill to think that you got to impact the playlist, and there’s nothing quite like it when the radio scratches your itch for a song you’re just dying to hear. While I’m all for progress, I think that some things are worth bringing back (and no, bell bottoms and leisure suits are not on that list). I’ve been writing this blog for about four years now. That means I’ve written over 200 posts covering everything from theology to politics to current events. I enjoy the discipline of writing, and could continue sharing the rambling thoughts that fill my tiny mind. But I thought it would be fun to give you an opportunity to request a blog post topic. What would you like to hear addressed? It could be… a bible passage that has always confounded you. an issue at the intersection of faith and life. a theological issue that makes you scratch your head. a problem your facing and wonder what faith has to say about it a question about history or the cultures from which the bible was written. anything that intrigues you. Leave a comment, and over the course of time I’ll try to respond to each request. It may not be as good as hearing your favorite song on the radio, but it could be fun! Jeff Marian serves as lead pastor at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Burnsville, MN Jeff Marian Recent PostsTransformed: Palm SundayWhat Volunteers Mean to Prince of PeaceTransformed: Stress to PeaceFrom Grudging to Forgiving Showing 2 comments Kate Hall February 14, 2019 How about your favorites? Books, songs, travel destinations, memories, etc. Jeff Marian February 15, 2019 Excellent suggestion. I’ll share if you will!