Tuesday, March 18, 2008

A Whole New World

Last night as Sheryl was looking through the pictures I posted on Blogger she laughed and said, "Have you considered how different your posts must look these days to bloggers?"

After I thought about it, I completely agreed. It must seem strange. The subtitle of this blog is important right now. People who aren't familiar with the arts have their own impressions of what that world must be like. I have to admit, not all of those impressions are wrong. But, what's cool is people always surprise you. There are many truly wonderful people working as performers...people who have big hearts and who are searchers. There are those who are truly giving, truly grace-filled.

Sheryl and I are in a cool place on our journey. We're having conversations with friends and co-workers that we only talked about having before now. God is bringing new opportunities and relationships into our lives...while strengthening old ones. We are maneuvering these new waters...sometimes frightening, but it's an amazing ride when you know Who's driving the ship. (so to speak!)

Meanwhile, I began with my new cast today---the cast of Celebrity Cruise Line's Infinity. We're working the Broadway show this week---big sections of West Side Story, Phantom of the Opera, Les Mis, and Chorus Line. Whew! Our cast is very multi-cultural with people from England, Hungary, Russia, USA, and Texas (yes...it's a whole other country!!!!!!) :)

Next weekend ZOE will be in Tulsa. I am looking forward to seeing some of you out there. Have a great week!!


SG said...

The other day as I was reading about you coming home I wondered if your life feels as different as it appears? However as different as your life looks, I somehow know that your heart for God is the same! :)

Sallie said...

Brando!!! You guys are comin' to Tulsa?! wahoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brandon Scott said...

My life actually feels more impactful...isn't that weird? I mean, there's a lot at stake. It's cool to be on this adventure of faith.

Ever read "Roaring Lambs"? Everyone should. Just because I am not working for a church doesn't mean I've left God. :) In fact, it might be the other way around.

Josh Ross said...

Dude, you are a minister no matter where you are. I miss you though. We never talk anymore. Why don't you invite me to join you on a cruise ship? :)