In writing, we understand how important this small punctuational mark—the comma—is.
During the last five weeks, I worked on my comma. I did not realize how much I needed such a comma until I put it in my life. Emotionally, spiritually, and physically I was ready for rest and reflection. My comma included traveling with my immediate family, visiting my extended family in Korea, spending four days at a friend’s cottage, learning how to kayak, writing a diary, going to a bookstore, walking, and visiting different churches, restaurants, and cafés. I even had time to watch some Korean dramas on Netflix.
Thank you for your prayers and blessing me to spend time away from the ministry. And thank you for welcoming my family and me back to our wonderful church community and family.
– Rev. Chuck Moon
A version of this message first appeared in the Sunday, September 11, 2022, edition of Tidbits.