Monday morning reflections…

A few thoughts from the weekend.

-I was held hostage in Circuit City! I had to break out to get to Discovery… (long story)

-My fountain o choco made its premiere in the hospitallity room. Things were going great until I thought it would be cool to add chocolate surp to the mix. It will be back next week… fully working!

-I had my first chat with Algeria today.

-My dad made his first visit to Discovery Sunday. He enjoyed it!

-Davey and the band continue to amaze me… I still haven’t found his blog though…

-Jason did an awesome job kicking off the Outflow series.

-ECU beat UNC.. ARGH

-The Marching Tarheels came to town… They showed the Marching Pirates how its done. (This is coming from a Pirate fan)

I feel old.

This evening marks the first night of the Blitz on WCTI-12. I love high school football. Watching the Blitz tonight reminded me of SO MANY friday nights in the fall. I don’t like how they are having football games before school even starts. In high school football was everything. There is something better then high school football. ECU Pirate football… NCAA all the way…

Today I learned AWESOME news.

September 1st – I will be in blacksburg VA. Cheering on the EAST CAROLINA PIRATES! IN PERSON. YEE HAA!

Lets go PIRATES!

ARRRGGGHHH!

The Master has arrived…


Today I made the investment (a very large one unfortunately) in Adobe Creative Suite 3: Master Collection

I unfortunately had to make the choice between the Mac or PC version… Why can’t we just be friends and be multiplatform? I did choose the MAC – This is scarey to me because my MacBook Pro only has a 100 gig hard drive in it. Final cut takes up like 40 gigs of space. Who knows how much this ENTIRE SUITE (Photoshop, Premeire, flash, dreamweaver… you name it) will take.

I might regret the Mac version decision. Hey! Gives me an excuse to start saving for a Mac Desktop – and not one of those little IMacs either!

The Emerging Church

The Emerging Church… It is not a single church in particular, but a movement across the United States. Starting in the late 80’s and early 90’s with pioneering churches like Saddleback Church, Willow Creek, and Fellowship Church began doing church in a whole new way. While most churches thought that not using hymnals was contemporary, Emerging Churches were growing by being culturally relevant and doing things differently. Emerging Churches are defined by many different aspects. Reaching people for Jesus Christ by being culturally relevant in their music, services, messages, youth and children’s is the main focus of these churches. This blog will highlight these churches by following the change and evolution in the world of Emerging Churches.