When I first encountered the internet and the world wide web I had little plans of actually making a living off of it – I was more interested in kicking my brother off our shared AOL account so I could hear the sweet sound, “You Got Mail!”
Later I found an exciting full time career building online software for large and small businesses, so the internet became fully a part of my vocational DNA.
Although my passion for web and online technologies remained constant, the organizations for which I built the tools changed and eventually I was able to align my spiritual interests with my work and I went into vocational ministry as a programmer for a Church.
In the recent months we’ve done some significant soul-searching, if you will, in regards to our blogs – where we’ve been, where we want to head, what’s worked and what hasn’t.
To be honest it would take a blog post much longer than this one to go into the significant details (and I hope to in the coming week or so) but here’s where we ultimately landed: Refocus.
I couldn’t be more excited about this!
From 2nd Baptist of Houston.
An unbelievable invention combining open source programming and ocular technology.
I was seriously inspired and I think their battle cry is the Church’s every single day.
Take a look:
ChatRoulette is known for being full of naked dudes, so most people avoid it. Therefore it’s pretty impressive to see this awesome video of some inventive guys doing something to make someone’s day!
This just resonated with me this past weekend.
Although funny I’d have to admit that at times I wonder about the legitimacy of a lot of these company’s claims.