Living for the Applause–in French

I was just telling the Pilgrimage‘s current Stepping Into the Story cohort about my tendency to long for everyone’s approval, preferably without having to do much to earn it.

Also, you may have noticed, the church I currently pastor now has a podcast of the (mostly my) sermons. I submitted the feed to apple podcasts for, well, approval, and yesterday I received it–inexplicably, in French. So happy to know my approval is now spanning language barriers.

Fortunately, I can read French. Also fortunately, if you were hoping to subscribe to the podcast and you yourself don’t know French, the podcast remains in English.

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2 thoughts on “Living for the Applause–in French

  1. It amuses me to wonder what it would be like if the Tower of Babel fell in 2019. Would people be sending emails that were recieved in a suddenly unknown language? Would we all suddenly have different texting abbreviations and not understand other people?

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