Bobby Bishop & The New York Times (Posted Pt. 1, 2 & 3)
Published on July 8, 2009
Who Is The Everyday Man?
The everyday man is all of us … men, women and children. He isn’t gender specific and he’s not limited to one socio-economic class, job title or neighborhood. He is the guy who fixes your car, bags your groceries, takes care of your health and represents you in the government. He is the athlete that you cheer for, the actor you watch on TV and the big screen, the singer you listen to and the author that you read … He is you and he is me.
The everyday man tries to live his life right – loving God and treating people well. He tries to put others first even though the popular media insists that it’s all about him and how he deserves everything he has ever wanted … He is you and he is me.
The everyday man struggles with issues and temptations just like everyone else. He is not above it all. He looks in the mirror and realizes that he never will be – at least not in this life. He wins some; he loses some; he rises; he falls. The everyday man loves and hurts, bleeds and triumphs, laughs and cries … He is you and he is me.
Who is Bobby Bishop?
Bobby Bishop is a husband, father, minister, son, brother, friend and a child of God. In other words, he is an everyday man just like the rest of us. He doesn’t claim to have all of the answers but he does know the One who does. In this series of interviews, Bobby shares his thoughts on some of the issues that each of us face … as the everyday people that we are… continue here | Part 2 | Part 3.