Browsing All posts tagged under »Christ«

A Cause Worth Donating To!

September 27, 2010


It’s that time of year again! The AIDS walk is next Sunday and I will be walking with a few friends to help raise money for the cause. Any chance you’d be willing to donate? Please go to the link below and it’s as simple as clicking a button! You have no idea how much […]

Questioning Christianity I

August 25, 2010


The longer I live in Portland, it seems, the more aware I am of the religious subculture developing back home. It’s an awkward thing to hear about, the same 5 pastors dominating the blogosphere and twitter, and doing little to nothing to actually impact their communities at large. So I’m sending a few questions out […]

Another Confession: I’m A Networking Narcissist

July 28, 2010


(photo by David Hayward) I’ve kinda fallen off the twitter/blogging map for a while and I wanted to share a few thoughts about why… Just in case you were wondering. A few months ago my agent and I had a really honest talk. She told me that connecting with people was a great thing, and […]

Countdown: 9 Days

April 14, 2010


I’ve been thinking a lot about friendship lately, and what exactly that means to me. It’s not a simple or easy concept to grasp really. Most of what I’ve learned about friendship I’ve learned from my friend Josh. I’ve known Josh for six years and the defining element of our relationship is the way he […]

Countdown: 29 Days

March 25, 2010


Wow… I’ve broken the 30 day mark! In 4 weeks I’m leaving the South and headed to the lush upper North West, and I still can’t fathom why God wants me there. Today I’ve talked to a few people I am excited to be friends with and am growing more psyched everyday about worshiping with […]

Losing My Religion: John Harrison Sermon

March 7, 2010


Some Outlaw Preacher friends just posted a new podcast! I need you to listen to it… Beautiful! Please take some time and listen to it!

A 3am Prayer…

October 4, 2009


I don’t know why, but for the past year I’ve battled major insomnia. I lie awake at night and stare at the ceiling as if it were a movie screen playing my future. I try to catch glimpses, but the picture moves to quickly and my eyes only catch bits and pieces; blurred images that […]