I’ve quit my job at Bethany Press (effective April 30th). It’s time to be my own boss and determine my own future.
I’m available for freelance and consulting work starting May 1st. Drop me an email if I can help you with your website, business, or digital marketing.
They make me giggle inside like a little kid… and miss my kitties (one passed on, one is at my parents house due to the impending move).
I am electric… face to the sun… (Mike Pritzl – She Says Electric on Demonstrates Plastic And Elastic)
I continue to be amazed at what people use my Binary Encoder for…
How about a Binary scarf to keep you warm and geeky this winter?
Well, “The Secret” is out… and it’s not a secret, it’s just a genius marketing ploy.
Here’s the secret: The “Law” of Attraction. It’s been published and republished over the years… and “The Secret” is just the latest rehash.
Ask (the universe), Believe (it will give you anything you want), Receive (whatever you asked for). If you don’t get what you want… you did it wrong, or didn’t really believe, etc.
It’s a hoax, a lie, and in a new development… DEMONIC!
Following the phenomenal sales of The Secret edited by Rhonda Byrne, which itself was based on the film The Secret, now Esther and Jerry Hicks have come out with a DVD whose subtitle is The Secret Behind The Secret. Called Abraham, the name of the non-physical entity whom Esther channels, the DVD runs for three hours and focuses on the law of attraction, which is the deepest secret of The Secret. The DVD is available from Hay House ($39.95, 9781401919023/1401919022).
Just exactly what is a “non-physical entity” that channels itself through people? The Bible calls them demons…
The Secret piqued my curiosity, but in the end I knew there was no ‘secret.’ Don’t be fooled folks. The movie, the book, and anything these people say is just a lie wrapped in pseudo spiritual/scientific babble.
Oprah fell for it and told all her viewers to buy it… how sad.
Hey everybody… does anybody still read this?
So I got married in October… thus the lack of posts.
Not sure what else to say.
We got a Canon Digital Rebel XTI for Christmas. Woo! It’s a gorgeous camera.
Flying to India in a week. Yeah, it’s gonna be hot.
Ummm… That’s all I’ve got for now.
I stumbled across this video today, and it’s fascinating. I’ve heard stories of revivals… Brownsville, Toronto, etc. but this video about the Asbury revival of 1970 captures something more… it stirs my soul in way the ‘wild’ revival stories don’t.
They prayed, God moved, people responded, and it spread through everyday folks, not revival preachers.
How great is our God? 😉
In 1970, at Asbury College, in Wilmore, Kentucky; revival broke-out during a morning chapel service. Dr. Dennis Kinlaw, the president of Asbury College at the time, describes the revival in a sermon, mixed with actual footage.
1970 Asbury College Revival