About This Blog

I play bass. It’s taught me many things. Not just things about music, but about life.
About how important it is to listen. To play your part

and support those around you.
To choose carefully what you say. And to say it at the right time.

Bassists are a special breed. They stand a bit further back. They listen to the  rhythm and they listen to the harmony. And they bring both together. They know they won’t get the applause, but they do their job proudly.

I think playing bass has allowed me to take a step back from the busyness of keeping appearances up, away from the spotlight, and given me the opportunity to think about many things.

This blog is the result of all that thinking. I hope that you will listen. And I want to listen to you as well. It is my hope that this can be a place for everyone to share. Leave comments and be part of the community that isn’t content just to accept worshipping God as something we do on a Sunday. It’s who we are. Be a part of it.

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One Response to “About This Blog”

  1. JON!
    i saw the link on your FB status and that lead me here. this is the first time i’m reading this blog and i know it’s going to bless me. the thoughts you put forth here specifically on how playing bass has taught lessons about life were exactly the thoughts i had when i picked up bass last year to play on the worship team i’m currently with. i’ve since reverted to guitar this year. such is the shuffle of worship team lineup i guess. i hope you don’t mind if i share this blog with my worship teammates, because i think we can learn a lot from your thoughts. thanks muchly, and hope all’s well with you!

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