I was given the opportunity to speak again at Harbor Chapel on July 31, 2016. I titled it “The Highest Calling”. It’s about how, as Christians, we’re called to live outstanding lives and I wanted to encourage others to aim for that goal. I also believe that we should hold each other accountable for our behavior, uncomfortable as that may be. Here is the audio:
And here is a meager powerpoint presentation I made to go along with it:
The Highest Calling
I was a bit nervous before hand, but had a great time encouraging the congregation at Harbor Chapel. The central message is “God loves _____” with your name in the blank.
The message was recorded at a terrible quality and I did what I could to clean it up, but it still has a nasty hum. If you’d like to hear it, here it is. Download link below.
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We’ve seen overpriced items appear on Amazon before. But this is some amazing over-pricing right here.
It is backlit, but I doubt that justifies the $75,509.03 price tag.
Amazon customer Gamerman claims in his 1-star review that he’d “rather eat poop than buy a keyboard for 76k”. Fortunately, we don’t have to decide between these two foul options.
I think I’ll instead go with the no-poo platter and this keyboard here.
Lately, I’ve been thinking that it might be fun to do some freelance advertising consulting. Here are some samples that the Cauliflower Industry could use to spark an interest in their product.
I have never been good at math, but lately I’ve been aiming to change that. I started using the wonderful resource khanacadamy.org and picked up in the “pre-algebra” course. I accomplished it in roughly 33 hours and I’m hungry for more math!
I was always told to “show your work”, so here it is. Continue reading