A few weeks ago, someone very close to my heart accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior. The news brought my wife and I to tears. We listened intently as our friend shared his story and spoke about the new journey he was beginning. There was an excitement in his voice, and a restfulness and peace I had not seen in him before. We were witnessing the Lord changing a life right before our eyes. Listening to this passionate man speak took me back to the decision I had made to follow Christ years ago.

May I never forget, or take for granted, that He saved me from sin and gave me true life - I am now a child of God called to live a life of faith. May I seek Him and follow Him, everyday, with the freshness, the joy, and the passion I see in my friend. God truly is an amazing God - He gives us the opportunity to know Him and be in relationship with Him. I pray that we never lose sight of that precious gift.

Still in Wonder,

Scott Krippayne


"You Have Been Good" (from his new CD, ==Bright Star Blue Sky==)

If I never get to see another rainbow
Or share another laugh with a friend
If I never stand barefoot by the ocean
Or get to kiss my child goodnight again

If I never have another prayer that's answered
Or have another blessing come my way
If this is all I know of heaven's kindness
Father I would still have to say

You have been good
You have been good
And I am in wonder
How could it be
You have been good
You've been so good
In so many ways
You've been good to me

You have shown mercy upon mercy
Grace upon grace time after time
And I know all too well what I'm deserving
Yet You are still so patient and kind

You have been good
You have been good
And I am in wonder
How could it be
You have been good
You've been so good
In so many ways
You've been good to me

If suddenly it all were ended
And Your blessings disappeared
Looking back over a lifetime
The evidence is clear

You have been good
You have been good
And I am in wonder
How could it be
You have been good
You've been so good
In so many ways
You've been good to me

words & music by {{Scott Krippayne}} & Steve Silar