Archive for: October, 2010

Music Video Friday: Thriller by Michael Jackson

Widely regarded as the greatest music video of all time by everyone but Kanye West, Thriller is more like a musical short film than a music video. And while Its not one of my personal favorites, it is Halloween weekend, so I couldn’t resist featuring it this friday. Thriller is the most downloaded music video…

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The Gift of Worship

Worship, Worship, Worship and more Worship I throw the word worship around a lot. I mean, I probably use it 50+ times a day. If I’m honest, most of the time I misuse the word – using it in one of the following three ways: Worship is the music that happens before and after the…

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…and TV as we know it will cease to exist…

This is about as controversial as I get… There’s been a great deal of speculation over the ‘future of TV’ and the ‘future of the internet’ or the ‘future of the internet and TV’ I went looking for some blog posts on this and the theories are both wide in their variance and numerous in…

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Music Video Friday: SMS [Shine] by David Crowder Band

This Friday I’d like to feature a video that just came out this week. David Crowder Band’s latest music video for their song SMS [Shine] The video was shot directed and edited entirely by the band. The entire thing is a stop motion animation with a Light Bright at the center of the action. The…

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Today’s Quote: Political Ad Campaigns

I love what comedian Brian Regan said about political ad billboards – he points out that they’re often just the person’s name and 2-3 words they’ve chosen to describe themselves, as if that’s all that was needed to make an informed decision. Political Ads are ridiculous. Alabama is famous for its political ads – whether…

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A Quote for Today

saw a quote that caught my attention today thought I’d share; “One of the great disadvantages of hurry is that it takes such a long time.” – G.K. Chesterton

Why I Pray

Do you pray? Do you know why? A study was released in 2006 that seemingly proved that prayers for healing were ineffective. This is the largest study of its kind and to many it seemed to prove that prayer was a useless escapade and that if there is a God, he doesn’t seem to be…

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If you’re like me, you never think “I wonder if I’ll have enough water today”

While at catalyst this year I was reminded of one of my favorite charities. Charity:Water is one the many charities that’s helping provide people in developing countries with drinking water. I’d heard about it last year at catalyst, but this year Scott Harrison, the founder of Charity:Water came and spoke at the main event. His testimony…

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If I had to describe catalyst in 300 words, I’d write “Awesome” 300 times.

Catalyst 2010 was awesome. There are no two ways about it – the only real disappointment I had they didn’t hand out LED key chains this year. That may not sound like much, but it was one of the biggest ‘wow’ factors of last year – when they turned off all the lights in that…

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