On the way back from a very long road trip I stopped off in my hometown and went to Rich Mullins grave for the first time. It was a very surreal moment. He’s buried next to his dad and baby bro and it felt like I was interrupting a family gathering.
The headstone was nothing flashy. There was a piano on the left, an eagle over a mountain range in the middle, and a quote that looked scratched in from a loyalist. It simply read “Be God’s”. This was what Rich had to say to me today.