Last night, the band I manage, Anthem For Today, played a show at Bethel Camp in Rodney. "How was it?" you ask? Thanks for asking - it was awesome. The boys played well and the tech team and organizers were outstanding.
When I got to the show, I felt my LIFE 100.3 responsibilities in Barrie fade away about 200 miles into the background, as I put on my AFT t-shirt and persona as the band manager.
Today, the day after the show as I drove into the LIFE 100.3 signal range, I heard our DJ Andrew Robertson introing the Newsboys, drawing me back to the radio-world and leaving the band world somewhere down the road. LIFE - a different team of people - DJs and sales people - some whom I love like family, plus listeners, clients and associates.
A world of contesting and fundraising and of course ministry. A different portfolio than turning the lights on rock stars.
LIFE is my vocation and my passion; Anthem For Today is my hobby.
I am really blessed to have two exciting jobs that I love, that oddly enough, sometimes meet in the middle depending on the situation.
Two lives. No wonder I'm in therapy.