Dec

23

My favorite Christmas song

Can’t not be inspired when hearing this: Truly He taught us to love one another, His law is love and His gospel is peace. Chains he shall break, for the slave is our brother. And in his name all oppression shall cease.

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Nov

07

Freedom and Fashion show

Here is a slide show of pics taken at the Freedom and Fashion show.  Working on a full write up for Intersection (one of the partners for the event is a client) but in the meantime I wanted to get these pics up…

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Oct

20

Unleashing Beauty Online: the power of social media for social justice

Below is a presentation I gave at the Unleashing Beauty Conference in Irvine, Ca this last week.  I have embedded my slide show and put my notes, expanded and with links to various websites and webapps mentioned through out.  If your organization would like to talk about a more personalized solution lets set up a […]

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Mar

03

The Idea Camp: Preliminary Thoughts

Over the next several weeks I will be posting much less rambling abstract thoughts regarding the Idea Camp, but wanted to let you know why I threw out so many tweets about this great unconference.    Also, for those who could not be there, there is a Vimeo channel up with videos being added every […]

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Oct

31

How Can Non Profits Possibly Succeed in the Current Economic Turmoil?

Seth Godin shared this on his blog and I wanted to post a bit of it as well.  Think about your church, your NGO and even your business.  How can you become a leader of passionate evangelists for your cause or brand?  There’s this unspoken idea floating around that “fundraisers” can go about their work […]

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Aug

10

Pop Culture Lessons for the Church

For all of certain elements of the Church’s railing against it, Hollywood remains pretty successful. So while Pat Robertson may take one approach… “Popular television is flooded with filth and violence; MTV, VH-1, and pop radio stations are sewers of obscenity, rebellion and violence; pop magazines promote the vilest forms of pornography and a form […]

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Jul

30

Samaritan's Market: The Aftermath

For those of you who attended the market, donated to the market or are interested in the concept for the future, check out one of the projects funded by the event last weekend. Have tissue ready…

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Jul

13

Super Awesome Organization Sunday Numero Uno or SAOS1 for those of you spanishally challenged

Bambu manufactures and sells organic fair trade bamboo products. They employ locals throughout China and North Vietnam, regularly visit the sites and donate 1% to enviornmental causes. They are making a positive impact on the communities where the bamboo is harvested and where the products are manufactured as well as having very little enviormental impact […]

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Jun

28

Three Kings

Just watched this movie again. It was a great movie prior to the the second Iraq war but now it is just plain hilarious. Go check it out.

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Jun

28

Pics from the Freeze Project

Took the wife and son out to ESPN Zone and snuck out to get some pictures. Got some pictures of the freeze as well as a few of my son dancing to the South American band playing. Left my camera at home so the quality is not as great at should be. Notice the police […]

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