My Hero

Jim went to The Hero Factory and made himself a hero – so I figured I’d give it a shot.  Doesn’t quite have the “Geek-Pastor” dual class feel, but it was the best I could do.  What do you think?

Sermon Painting Promo

In March I’ll be presenting on Sermon Painting both at BibleTech09 and at ABCNJ’s regional training event (which bears the unfortunate acronymn COAL).  I’ve been told that Sermon Painting is a rather unusual way to make use of a digitial projection screen, so I thought that I would give people a taste of what it…

Hard Times

We’re in a bad economy, this is not news.  What is news is when the company that publishes the two major papers in your city files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy.  The good news that that these papers look like they’ll be able to move through bankruptcy sucessfully.  The bad news is that this is a…

Just Say, “No” to Big Brother

Hi folks.  I hold no allegience to any political party, but I do like to keep my ear to ground on political issues – particularly those that involve our technologicaly-challenged elected officials becoming the tools of old-media.  The “Internet Stopping Adults Facilitating the Exploitation of Today’s Youth Act” is one such moment were I feel…

Digital World, Analog Pastors

Shelly Palmer, a media guru, has recently been advertising a one day seminar called “Get Digital” in an effort to help people make the transition into the digital marketplace.  The idea is a good one.  So good, as a matter of fact, that I made the regional pastor of ABCNJ aware of the offering.  Now,…

The City of Ember

When I first saw the preview for The City of Ember I was intrigued.  During High School I worked in a mall and while working there I actually thought about what it would be like if the mall corredors were the only “outside” people actually knew.  Yes, I have an odd imagination, but someone took…