I Told Her So

   I have been trying to get my daughter, Lyddie, to watch Disney’s Robin Hood with me on Netflix for a while. She is more of a Food Network (Cutthroat Kitchen, Chopped) or Disney Channel (Kickin’ It, Girl Meets World) kind of girl.Today, I finally convinced her. She didn’t think she would like it.  She […]

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Ten Years

I have been married to Jamy for ten years today. If you had asked me eleven years ago if I was about to meet the love of my life, I couldn’t have imagined how good things were about to get. Love you, Babe! I thank God for you.

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Why Do We Sing?

This post originally appeared in The Loop, newsletter of Lexington Baptist Temple. Why do we sing? Why do we lift our voices in praise and adoration? When you stop and think about it, it’s a strange concept – talking with pitch and duration. Sure, some instruments have strings. Some you hit with a stick. Some […]

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Come Hear Us Sing!

The Worship Choir at Lexington Baptist Temple is presenting their Christmas Cantata on December 14th at 10:30am. If you can be there, I’d be thrilled. The choir has worked very hard, and it should be a good time of worship. Here’s a list of the songs… -Christmastime -A Strange Way to Save the World -God […]

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Why Retina Everything?

I’ve used the movie Minority Report as an illustration on #NoCamo before. If you have seen the movie, you know that it is a good representation of the way many people believe the future will look. Myself included. Particularly, the fact that there is video everywhere!

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Congress: Change is Not a Done Deal

Yesterday, the United States experienced a change in leadership, as a number of seats in the Senate and House of Representatives were gained by the Republican party, giving them control of the Congress. The election is seen by many as a mandate for the country to change directions, countering the leadership of Obama. So, will […]

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