Life, adventure and faith from southwest Virginia

Month October 2008

Age of Conversation 2 out today!

You may recall a few months back that I shared about co-authoring a unique project in which the proceeds go to childrens charity. Well, the book was released as an e-book today, and you can preorder hard copies of it… Continue Reading →

Tom Elliff preaching at ABSC

Tom Elliff, one of the VPs at the International Mission Board, is preaching this a.m. He’s speaking on the role of the Holy Spirit from John 3. Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not… Continue Reading →


For those of you who know me, I’m sure there will be a grin stretching across your smarmy face right about now. I’m heading to the annual Arkansas Baptist State Convention – voluntarily. For eight years as a campus minister,… Continue Reading →

Rummage sold

This a.m. we had a massive rummage sale at Journey – or as Jeremy says it, room-age. Whatever, we sold a bunch of just, well, junk. The whole “one man’s junk is another man’s treasure” should be “one man’s junk… Continue Reading →


Here’s a nice website that encourages you to pray for the nations: Mission statement: The vision of photogenX is to use photography as a tool for cultural transformation so that issues such as gender based injustice will be issues… Continue Reading →

New Mac commercials point out excessive Windows ad campaign

With $300 million and counting invested in the “I’m a PC” campaign that began with hiring Jerry Seinfeld, the new Mac commercials point out a painfully obvious truth. Love em. See the others here.

Try Popego

Enter another life-streaming aggregate service: Popego. It’s a way to view all your social websites and friends activities in a Friendfeed, Facebook kind of way. However, Popego offers more. Check out this excellent review of the service before heading over… Continue Reading →

Reflections and redirections

I’m fighting off sleep even as I write this. I feel like I’ve had plenty of time to catch up – and even a little mustard – since I’ve been back, but the backs of my eyelids beg to be… Continue Reading →

Interview with Ed Stetzer

On Monday, Ed Stetzer interviewed me on the streets of Krakow, Poland about how churches like Journey could get involved in thinking missionally.

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