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Chapter 31: The Journey

 

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REBECCA –
Never underestimate the importance of the journey. I am inclined to say that the journey is the most important part of any endeavor.

BIRDIE –
I have kicked myself many times for not keeping a journal. In the Exodus account of the first Passover, God commands his people to recount the events so that all the generations to follow will hear of His works and know what a great God we serve.

REBECCA –
If the only “acts of God” you know about come from the Bible and none from your own life, then you’ve either forgotten all God has done or there’s a problem.

BIRDIE –
As God commanded Israel, take time to write down some “acts of God” from your journey. Don’t try to write them all at once. It doesn’t have to be a big deal, maybe a truth He revealed and so on. The most amazing thing to me about our journey is that the “big” moments didn’t seem that big while living them.

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Chapter 11: The NarroWay Mindset

 

birdie clown costumeI Corinthians 9:22: "I have WILL become all things to all men, that by all means I might save some." This is one of Birdie's and Rebecca's life principles which became part of the NarroWay mindset.REBECCA –
We headed back to Kentucky to become what we said we never wanted to be: church staff!

Birdie was Music & Youth. I was Education & Youth.

BIRDIE –
My first priority was to build the music program. At my first rehearsal I had 12 choir members.

REBECCA –
And I was one of them!

 

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CHAPTER ONE: WE MET IN COLLEGE

20 years
 
This blog post begins our 20-Year Anniversary Series. Want to know how NarroWay came to be? Who's idea was it to start this world-class, Christian theater? Get a first-hand account from the founders, K. Rebecca Martin and Yvonne "Birdie" Clark, as they tell their story from the very beginning.
 
Rebecca–
We met in college. I was down a week early for sorority rush.
 
Birdie –
I was down a week early for band camp.
 
Rebecca –
Total opposites!
 
Birdie –
My third-floor roommate for the year ended up being Rebecca’s roommate for sorority rush. I was running down the steps with my tenor sax, headed for field practice when I heard: “Oh look! It’s my roomie! Rebecca, this is Birdie!”
 
Rebecca –
There was a reason Birdie wasn’t in sorority rush.
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