When you go to the theater for a play or musical performance, they always have an Intermission. It is usually past the halfway point of the event, scheduled at a time when they anticipate the audience needs a break. It is a time to wander around the foyer, stretch your legs, or just initiate a short conversation with other theater goers. If the concert is held at a really nice Performance Hall, they might even provide a glass of champagne for those who need some help getting through the evening. When the lights blink, everyone kws to return to their seat for the remainder of the show. I always anticipate that the final part will be shorter and conclude with a big finale. In fact, most of the time, the reason you go to the theater is to experience what occurs after the Intermission. I wrote these stories to recap for you what has occurred prior to the Intermission of my life. You are invited to read them and then join with me for the Second Act leading up to the Grande Finale. Intermission is the life of a man who has dealt with obstacles his entire life, but has learned to experience the power and provisons of walking in faith. You will be encouraged, inspired, and motivated by this life that has touched the lives of many others for numerous years.