To the charge that I am computer illiterate, I plead guilty. However, as long as I have friends who understand computers and can keep me in line, I am O.K. One thing that concerns me about computer people is their language. Not because it’s obscene, but because it’s unknown by most of the rest of us. Recently, a computer technician stopped by my office and asked, “How’s your connectivity?” I thought of several cute responses but decided to not use any of them. Later I looked up “connectivity” in the dictionary and found: “The state of being connected.” With that profound definition, I concluded that I am rich. No, not in possessions. Jesus said, “One’s life does not consist in the abundance of the things he possesses (Luke 8:15).” I am rich in connectivity – to an awesome God, to a wonderful family, to a great church and to a host of faithful friends. How’s your connectivity?