Showing posts from July, 2012

Free Friday | Summer Time...

The summer is progressing nicely.  Working inside an office is hard though.

Off Topic | Continuity Issues...

Want your mind blown. A hilarious view of how TV would be impacted if it followed the same continuity rules as comic books. This is completely off topic but incredibly interesting to my nerdy mind.

Makers | Hipster Christianity

We are the head and not the tail. -God's Man

The Pampered Chef Grill Man Edition...

I would like to introduce you to one of my good friends.  Her name is Jolene and she is an amazing Pampered Chef Representative.  This weekend some friends and I will be hosting a Pampered Chef Grill Party.  We will be using some of their awesome tools to make some mouth watering dishes.  Specifically we will be make a BBQ Grilled Chicken Pizza (one the grill) as well as Grilled Orzo Stuffed Tomatoes (on the grill).  Jolene has been a Pampered Chef rep for a long time now and my bride has gotten me lots of great items for our kitchen ( winking at my knife set ).  If you would like to come out and enjoy some good food, see/purchase some great products, and have some fun, join us this Saturday 14 July @11am.  If you are not in the area but would still like to pick up some great tools for your kitchen Check out our events page here . You can see some great how-to on the Pampered Chef YouTube Page. Here is a video of one of our favorite products .

God's Man | Quotes a-Plenty

I am reading through "The Explicit Gospel" by Matt Chandler .  This book is a good presentation of the Gospel.  Right now I am in the chapter on the Fall of Man and he shares some quotes from Blaise Pascal and C.S. Lewis.  These quotes highlight the idea that as fallen individuals we are always longing to fill the hole that created by our first parents, Adam and Eve.  No matter what we try to put into that hole, it will never satisfy us the way that God can. "All men seek happiness. This is without exception.  Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this end.  The cause of some going to war, and others avoiding it, is the same desire in both, attended with different views.  The will never takes the least step but to this object.  This is the motive of every action of every man, even of those who hang themselves." - Blaise Pascal, Thoughts (1910) What is we take this to the opposite end of the spectrum.  I mean if trying to fill the void in our s