So, here's the deal: by day, I am a copywriter for a large entertainment company, where what I write sees the light of day and the eyes of the public about three months after I write it and not before it's been edited, watered down and stripped of all its raw energy and emotional appeal. That's why writing "Coffee with Jesus" is so refreshing. No one can edit it except those I ask to edit it. It's mine. It's anonymous. It's received fairly favorably.
But challenging and fun as it is, "Coffee with Jesus" is a short form vehicle, where it had better be light, tight and bright if it's going to have any effect at all. It leaves no room for rumination, exposition or exploration. And I enjoy that kind of writing and haven't practiced it in way too long.
Watch this space for rumination, exposition and exploration.