I am so glad I get to work a job and not have the mindset of TGIF. Which just from the start wouldn’t work because technically we have Friday off and TGIT just sounds dumb. Honestly I look forward to working on the weekends because that is when we see thousands of lives changed. Because most people that live for TGIF can’t wait to shut off their work emails, click off the light, sit on their couch and not move all weekend. And have it all about them. Not to say I never have ever had a time where I wish my weekend could be filled with things I want to do. But most of the time it can’t be. It has to be about making sure I am humbled and aligned with God so he can use me through out the weekend. Whether it be just a good person to be around on late Saturday nights at the office as we get things ready for over 10,000 people to watch our online experience. Or when it’s at set up. Oh yes I said it. Set up and tear down. The good ole amc days with myrex and db. Its funny now that I think about it. Set up is just a part of my life and I will forever fill the need wherever it is. I’m very thankful for God giving me the heart of a servant and always growing it. But back to what I ment to say. Whether it’s at set up having a good conversation with the volunteers that are serving and just helping them even though my name tag says staff. Just being a loving person and doing what needs to be done. All of that happens on the weekend. So I guess I do live for TGIF but it’s for a completely different reason then the other 97% of people that work a 9-5 mon-fri. Infact I get to help setting up the stage for those people to walk in on a sunday and have their lives transformed and start living the TGIF I live.