Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Day August 6, 2007

dot Mac is really not Mac

For two years, I paid the $99 subscription price to Apple’s GPL service called “.Mac” (dot Mac). It was originally a pretty nifty service. My contacts, calendar and files could be backed up to the dot Mac server and synced… Continue Reading →

Why do we breathe?

I heard David Platt speak for the first time last night during worship at Collegiate Week Glorieta. At 29, Platt is a dynamic and powerful communicator, but it’s not because he’s “hip,” “relevant,” or “connected” – all descriptors that seem… Continue Reading →

Blogging as a thought sorter

I’ve been considering all the reasons why I blog, and when I began blogging back in September 2005, it was not that much of a leap for me in lifestyle change. I’d been a journaler for many years. Writing has… Continue Reading →

UAM MBSF site up

Give Rob Leonard, campus minister for the Missionary Baptist Student Fellowship at UAM some props by stopping by their new site at and leaving a comment. I set it up for their new building campaign. Throw them some money… Continue Reading →

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