Monday, April 21, 2008

Life Update

So here are a few little tidbits from what's happening in my world:

Things have been going well, I had a good weekend. Last night I went to a Switchfoot Concert with some good friends, Paul and Lynn. The concert was probably the best Switchfoot concert I've seen. They played quite a bit of their older stuff (probably because they don't have their Sony record label breathing down their necks). I was very happy that I got to hear their new song they wrote for the Narnia: Prince Caspian soundrack, it's very good (you can find it on youtube if you look hard enough). Jon Foreman also played one of his new songs off his new EP's - rocked my world.

After the concert, we ate dinner at Waffle House (greasy but satisfying). We got in a great conversation with our waiter and had an opportunity to witness to him. It was so cool to be used by God in what was obviously a divine appointment. This is ceartainly my style of evangelism - casual, relational, spirit-led. Paul and Lynn told me that they go to Waffle House frequently because of the kind of people they meet there and often they have a chance to share their stories and faith with customers/employees.

How about you? What's your favorite method to share your faith? Do you even have a favore method?

Thursday, April 17, 2008

I am sending this message...

I am sending this message from a new service called Jott. Jott allows you to call a number with your cellphone and speak a message and it automatically sends it to your blog, your e-mail or any other one of many different services. listen

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Monday, April 14, 2008


I've decided to try out a new mini-blogging platform called Twitter. It's basically text messaging combined with blogging. Sometimes I just don't feel up to posting long-winded blogs, Twitter allows me to make short pithy updates through out the day. I put a widget here on my blog as well as my Facebook if you'd like to keep up with me. If you're on twitter already, you can follow me at

Monday, April 07, 2008

I just had to share this

I love improv comedy. I have done my fair share of acting (and miming). Sometimes I wish I could be apart of Improv Everywhere. If you've never heard of them, check this out. This is their newest "mission." They went to a little league baseball game and turned it into a major league event - complete with announcers, a jumbo-tron screen, and the Goodyear blimp!

Check out the whole story here: