A co-worker and a good friend Alan VanErt passed away over the weekend. He was 47. This was unexpected...
He was a brilliant guy with a love for filmmaking, audio engineering, and ministry. His work on Earth was done and God brought Alan home.
Some may say, "His life was cut short."
I say, "His life was complete."
He will be greatly missed at work. We went to lunch a few times a month.
(A memorial service will be held for Alan at 10 AM Saturday morning at Trinity Church on 156th and Dodge St.)
When close friends and relatives pass on – we often take a step back and review what is important about life.
Working 40+ hours for 'the man'?
Spending time with family (extended family too)
Spending time with ‘vital friends’.
Serving others by volunteering?
Searching for the meaning of life?
Growing closer to God?
I believe in "The Book of Questions" is a question that asks, "if today was your last day... what would you do?"
Live Like You Were Dying
by Tim McGraw