February 2009

I figured I’d continue with another great video. Great video from Craig Groeschel. Try, Fail, Learn, Adjust.

Pulled this from Tony Morgan’s blog.

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Mark Driscoll cracks me up sometimes. I enjoyed this interview. Enjoy.


Ok, so, this past year a stimulus package was introduced by our government. Everyone was against it. And I mean just about everyone. Both the liberal and conservative media was against it. Why? The main reason I heard was that it was $750 billion dollars and that this was just a ridiculous amount of money to be spending/stimulating the economy with. It just wasn’t good. People called our president an idiot and worse names. People said that in general they were just unhappy with the way the government was spending their hard earned tax dollars.

So, now we have this $800+ billion dollar package and suddenly this has become a must pass bill and the republicans are prudes for not passing it, etc… And suddenly the main stream media thinks this is a good idea. What the crap?!?! This is straight up hypocrisy by the American media machine. This really upsets and frustrates the heck outta me.

Amy I the only one that feels this way?

Ok, so, this 14 year old kid set the world record in Guitar Hero. Un-freaking-believable. Check out the video below. It’s 7 minutes long and never seems to stop amazing me…

I found this interesting. What do you think? I’ll post on it again in a few days.


Read the CNN post here.


WASHINGTON (CNN) – President Barack Obama spoke out Thursday about his religious transformation. The President’s comments came at the National Prayer Breakfast.

Here’s what Obama said, according to the prepared remarks.

“I was not raised in a particularly religious household. I had a father who was born a Muslim but became an atheist, grandparents who were non-practicing Methodists and Baptists, and a mother who was skeptical of organized religion, even as she was the kindest, most spiritual person I’ve ever known. She was the one who taught me as a child to love, and to understand, and to do unto others as I would want done.

I didn’t become a Christian until many years later, when I moved to the South Side of Chicago after college. It happened not because of indoctrination or a sudden revelation, but because I spent month after month working with church folks who simply wanted to help neighbors who were down on their luck – no matter what they looked like, or where they came from, or who they prayed to. It was on those streets, in those neighborhoods, that I first heard God’s spirit beckon me. It was there that I felt called to a higher purpose – His purpose. “