Tag: review

May 8 2014

Purchase from CHALICE PRESS or AMAZON One of the great things about being the ripe old age of 45 and having nearly 20 years behind me, is that I get to see colleagues and friends accomplish some cool things in their lives, like[…]

August 19 2013

Holy moley there are a ton of social media sites out there! Seriously, how the heck can anyone keep up with them all? After all, some of you church types have to do things like visit people in the hospital[…]

June 20 2013

You know who you are. You show up on my twitter or Facebook thread updating like you have just downed a 42oz Red Bull with a Jolt Cola chaser and the idea squirrels in your brain are ready to party. TWEET! TWEET[…]

March 21 2013

Last night I took two of my kids to see the documentary, Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey that tells the story of how the iconic band journey found its new lead singer, Arnel Pineda. Here is the trailer I have found[…]

December 27 2012

Last night, my wife and I finally went to see Les Mis. I have seen about six productions of Les Misérables over the years as well as all the anniversary concerts, so, like most fans, we were very excited about the movie. And[…]

March 9 2012

My Friday Five is somewhat of a mishmash of stuff I have recently seen around the interwebs, some of which I actually kept track of and others, I just remembered upon the writing of this post. Enjoy. [dropcap]1[/dropcap] How cool is this[…]

March 7 2012

Combining my spiritual discipline of photography and my long-time love of San Francisco, here is the next installment in my series “My San Francisco.” There is a little more info here, but suffice it to say that I am not trying to[…]

February 20 2012

Here is a quick shot of one of our bookshelves with some POTUS flare. Far from a presidential expert, my favorite book by far is Doris Kearns Goodwin’s Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln.  If you have[…]

February 6 2012

First things first, GO SEE THIS SHOW!  Falsettoland will complete its San Francisco run this weekend – 02.10, 02.11, 02.12 -, so get thee to Brown Paper Tickets and BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW . . . then come back and read the[…]

February 4 2012

  UPDATE September, 2013 I am still using and just got another set of cards. Over the year and orders I have wavered between large cards, mini cards and/or not cards at all. I recently ran out and after[…]

December 27 2011

Every year for a few days after Christmas my wife and I look at the gifts piled under the tree and think to ourselves, “Good gravy, where the heck are we going to PUT all of this stuff?” With three[…]

November 30 2011

I admittedly love gadgets, but I can usually resist feeding the “I want to have it first” buying frenzy. I waited until the second generation Kindle came out before jumping onto the eReader train; despite my own predictions, I never bought an iPad[…]

November 23 2011

A Book Club selection, 25 Books Every Christian Should Read has me conflicted. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not going to lose much sleep over this, but I do think that this book raises significant questions about the nature and[…]

November 15 2011

Photo : Blue Dot Imagery This past weekend I had the privilege of seeing Nicole Maxali’s – pronounced “Mah-SHAH-Lee” – solo performance, “Forgetting the Details.” The story of Maxali’s journey from childhood to adulthood as she navigated some hard realities of her family, the plot revolved[…]

October 23 2011

This past friday night I took my daughter to the newly re-opened Bindlestiff Studio to see their latest offering, a co-production with Pinays Maintaining Sisterhood Through Art (PMSTA)‘s, “Death of a Player.” We had a great time and, as expected, the[…]

October 18 2011

After making a short stop on Patheos where I dipped my toe into WordPress waters, I fully committed to using the platform on my new blog. I’ll post later on my recent and full conversion from Typepad to WordPress, but for now, let me[…]

September 12 2011

For my first foray into the Patheos Book Club I chose to take a peek at R. Kirby Godsey’s book Is God a Christian?. With words and emotions of the the 9/11 10 year remembrance in the air, I thought this would be a great[…]

June 29 2011

First things first . . . I DO NOT HAVE GOOGLE+ INVITES TO SEND . . . yet 😉 But in lieu of an invitation, I shall simply taunt you will the knowledge that I did get one from someone who knows that[…]

June 20 2011

A little over a month ago, I decided to migrate my Facebook Profile to a Facebook Page. I have sat with this decision for a while now, so thought I would offer some insights for those who might be thinking about[…]

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