Shave Ten Hours Off Your Work Week [Review]

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Shave 10 Hours Off Your Work Week

Last Friday I mentioned 3 Free PDF’s that I found and said that I’d be reviewing each one in more depth.

My initial observation about this PDF is in typical Michael Hyatt fashion, he produces a beautiful PDF that helps you prioritize your time with practical advice.  Click here to check out his website and plug in your name and e-mail at the top to get this free PDF.

Michael Hyatt is seriously a master communicator.  I think I started following his blog in 2009.

The subtitle of this PDF is: 4 proven strategies to create more margin for the things that matter most.

At first glance the PDF is beautifully designed.  I’m not sure how involved Michael is in the design process, I assume he hires and works with a designer, but this PDF looks top notch.

I did Michael Hyatt’s life plan back in 2010 when my wife and I had just moved back into my parents house and were trying to figure out what I was doing with my life.  Clearly articulating and putting on paper my VALUES and PRIORITIES was huge.

We use this tool on the missions trips we lead.

Just like the subtitle for this PDF says his goal is to create more margin for the things that matter most.

I don’t know if busyness has been a problem since the beginning of time, but when I look around I see people running at paces that are unsustainable.  There are a million things vying for our attention and our resources and for some reason we can’t seem to say no.

Here’s a summary of highlights that jumped out to me.

  • Michael builds a case for healthy living.  He encourages GOOD sleep, taking naps, not neglecting diet and exercise and maintaining a positive attitude.
  • He suggests guarding your time by living intentionally.  To have a daily plan, to use the quadrant chart, to plan your week, plan alone time, and have a “waiting on list” so you know what actions you’re waiting for from someone else.  He also suggests triaging your calendar and eliminating non-essentials.
  • He then goes on to talk about sharpening your focus, encouraging you to disconnect, and talks about how multitasking is not a real thing.  This is something I’m trying this morning.  I woke up, had my quiet time, responded to a bunch of e-mails and then closed all of my social media and e-mail windows and am just going to focus on writing for the morning.
  • He talks about using e-mail signatures as responses to e-mails, something I’ve started implementing.  I’ve heard it said once that if you do something more than once you should automate it.
  • He continues with encouraging you to flex your NO muscle.  He builds a case saying that saying no allows you to give a good yes.
  • He tells us to practice the art of quitting.  Something I needed to hear.  He reminds us that you don’t have to finish every book you start, you don’t need to complete every project you begin, and you don’t need to continue habits that no longer serve you.  Right after reading this I told a friend I wasn’t going to continue reading a book with him, it had been months since we started and we could never actually connect to discuss it and I didn’t find the book enjoyable.  I gained emotional freedom because I no longer had something hanging over my head that I didn’t want to do.
  • He went on to say that we need to fix or quit terrible meetings.  All I can say to that is AMEN.

All in all, this PDF is FREE and full of beautifully designed, quality content.  It’s worth your download.  Spend some time reading it, take notes and then create actionable steps to take!

Did you download it?  Do you have other free resources you would suggest?  Let us know in the comments.

 

Linky Wednesday 07.01.15

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WHATT??!!!  Happy JULY!  T-minus 6 days till we leave the great Aloha state to the Volunteer state.  Are we ready…. uh….

 

I miss playing drums.  I haven’t touched a drumset consistently in ages.  So sometimes I satisfy my itch by watching amazing drummers on youtube.  I found this video and I couldn’t stop smiling as I watched it.  It made me want to play drums and bass well.  :)

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5 Reasons I Give Money To The Homeless http://bit.ly/1enXTBW
thanks RK for posting this on FB.

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FIVE PERMISSIONS MISSIONARIES NEED | Michèle Phoenix http://bit.ly/1G3NTtq

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SIX PERMISSIONS MOST MKs NEED | Michèle Phoenix http://bit.ly/1Bs1qnj

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Remind Me To Tell Stories…

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The other day I had a phone conversation with my friend Howard Ki.

10 years ago we got mistaken for each other at a YWAM conference in the south east because we were the only two Asian people there.  We were leading worship on two different worship teams but I was only playing guitar or bass not singing.  Multiple people came up to me and said they liked my voice.  We really don’t look that similar.  I think at the time we dressed a lot a like.  I dunno, maybe we did look similar, because a lot of people said I reminded them of Howard.  Nah…

I remember standing in the middle of big room in Taledega and Howard pointed to me and said this guy is single, and he will make beautiful babies like this and held up his kid.  Haha.

Anyway, Howard has released a podcast called The Truth About Muslims for the Zwemer Center so I felt like I should get in contact with him and ask him what he was learning since he’s a few months ahead of me.  I had him listen to an episode of my podcast and I listened to one of his.  His had MUCH higher production quality.  They also are funded which makes a bit of a difference.

One of my take aways from that phone call was to ask questions that prompt those being interviewed to TELL STORIES.

My pastor has been saying the same thing to me about my preaching.  TELL STORIES.

I’m glad God speaks the same message through a lot of different people because I must have a hard head or something.  God help me to be a better story teller.

What story are you telling?  What’s your life’s story saying?  Who’s your favorite story teller?  What’s the best story you’ve ever heard?  Let us know in the comments.

3 FREE PDF’s That Will Bring Clarity And Inspiration To Your Life

Over the course of a few days I found and downloaded some free materials by people I respect.  Here’s the list.  In upcoming blog posts I will review each one with more detail .

In the meantime you can download each one for free in exchange of your e-mail address.  You can give them a junk e-mail address or unsubscribe from their e-mails when you get them after you get the PDF.  I actually have stayed on Donald Miller’s e-mail list because I found them useful.

Michael Hyatt – Shave 10 hours off your work week

In typical Michael Hyatt fashion, he produces a beautiful PDF that helps you prioritize your time with practical advice.  Click here to check out his website and plug in your name and e-mail at the top to get this free PDF.

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Donald Miller – 5 Things Your Website Should Include

Donald Miller is a great author.  He’s encouraging people to have stories as a part of their brand.  These 5 steps were super helpful, I’m not sure I have any of these 5 on my website.  Click here to check out the storyline.com website.  Plug your e-mail into the right hand column second ad to receive this free PDF.

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Jeremy Cowart – Absorb

Jeremy Cowart is a photographer known for working with celebrities.  I saw a tweet that he had released a PDF and that we shouldn’t miss it.  He shares with you what his network of friends do to stay inspired.  Click here to get this PDF.

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Do you know of any FREE resources that have inspired you?  OR did you check any of these out?  Let us know what you think.  Please share with us in the comments.

Linky Wednesday 06.24.15

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Kevin Stum shared this video a while ago on his facebook and it blew me away.  It made me want a piano in my home.  Amazing talent and excellence!

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American Medical Association Announces New Mandatory Vaccine Policy –> http://bit.ly/1B2KUzA (thanks to Dennis Fahringer @fotofah for sharing this article!)

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5 Steps to Getting Unstuck – Ron Edmondson –> http://bit.ly/1INCahu

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Inspired Monday! :: Natalie from Peculiar Sentiments

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Happy Monday everyone!  I NEED inspiration in my life.  I feel at my best when I’m inspired.  I’m blessed to know a lot of inspiring people.  So from time to time on Monday’s I’m going to highlight someone I know that inspires me and interview them!

I met Natalie in Nashville TN in 2003.  We recently got reconnected on facebook and I’ve been following her as she continues to pursue her passion of jewelry making!  I love creativity and small business and have been inspired by watching Natalie consistently to pursue her craft.

If you want to connect with Natalie or check out some more of her work I’ve included links to her facebook and her ETSY shop!

www.facebook.com/peculiarsentiments

www.etsy.com/shop/peculiarsentiments

 

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Natalie! Tell me what do you do?

I am a small business owner of a mobile boutique. I design leather jewelry that features repurposed, remade and “re-loved” items such as vintage jewelry, antique pocket watches, keys, and even hinges, door and drawer hardware!! 

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That’s awesome!  How’d you get started in that?

 I’ve been making jewelry since I was about 8, and I’ve always loved vintage pieces. When I was little, my grandmother gave me a box of her old costumer jewelry to use for “dress-up”. As an adult, once she passed away, I wanted to find a way to use it and wear it. I went to school for Interior Design and worked for a firm that did custom furniture. They had TONS of leather sample swatches, and once they were discontinued, they were thrown away!! The crafter in me protested!! I started taking home discontinued samples and started playing with the idea of leather cuff bracelets, using my Nana’s old jewelry. I made a few cuffs for myself and for friends, but it was just a hobby. 

Two weeks after my son was born, my husband left. Finding myself as the sole provider for a three year old daughter, and a newborn son, I was determined to remain a “stay at home mom”. I began selling my jewelry at antique shows, upscale flea markets, artists markets, and online. 

Wow, I’m so glad that you’ve found something you enjoy that allows you to live the lifestyle you want to live even amidst difficult circumstances.  Tell me what the most amazing thing you’ve seen is ?

Hmmm..That’s a difficult question- there are a LOT of pretty amazing artists out there… Probably one of the most recent things I’ve seen is this lady who makes AMAZING yard art out of old soup cans. She burns them somehow so they change colors and cuts and sculpts them into these intricate designs.. 

What is the most heart warming thing you’ve seen?

Anytime I see vendors helping other vendors, it makes my heart happy. Most small business owners have a story- and many that I’ve met have been through difficult times, endured loss in some form or another. The spirit of community and family always takes me by surprise and makes me feel part of something precious.

Yay for community!  What is the craziest thing you’ve ever seen?

Driving to and from shows, you see all kinds of things- including other vendors on their way to set up. There’s one guy who insists on loading his trailer to overflowing- full of metal yard art. I don’t know how he does’t lose stuff on the road- nothing is roped down or secured- just piled about ten feet high in his trailer, pulled by a rickety old pickup truck. 

Haha, I can imagine that scene in my head quite clearly.  What is the most encouraging thing anyone has ever said/done to you?

Someone once told me they could sense my heart in my artwork. That made my day- it’s what I try to convey through each piece I make- a sense of love, passion and uniqueness. 

What has been your biggest mistake?

I don’t know if I have one I would consider my “biggest” mistake- I’m constantly making mistakes and figuring things out. There’s no manual or guide, so every day is trial and error. I think one of my biggest mistakes would be just giving things away instead of selling them- I love to design, to create- I am NOT a sales person. If someone loves something I’ve made, I would just as soon give it to them. But I am in business. I have a family to support. 

Yeah I think pricing is one of the hardest parts about small business.  What’s your biggest struggle and how did you overcome it?

Finances are probably the most difficult and the most frequent struggle. I started my business with no loans, lines of credit, or borrowing. I had to be incredibly meticulous about how every penny was spent, reinvestment, put aside, etc. Honestly, God has provided in ways far above and beyond anything I could have expected. 

That’s awesome that you’ve been able to start your business like that!  What keeps you inspired to keep going/creating/working?

My kids. Knowing that I am doing this so I can stay home with them, homeschool them, raise them to love Jesus and serve Him and become “arrows for the Kingdom”… that’s what keeps me going. 

That’s awesome, you sound like a great mom!  Who or what resource has been inspiring you lately?

I’ve been reading Madeleine L’Engle’s book “Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art”. While I don’t agree with all of her theology, she has some amazing insights to what it means to be a Christian artist. 

What gear have you been using that you are loving?

I’ve been playing with this stuff called Ice Resin- it’s a really versatile resin for jewelry making and mixed media projects. I have a weakness when it comes to trying out new craft and art products. 

What disciplines in life do you depend on to be consistent?

Perseverance is huge; having your own business takes a lot of guts, sacrifices, and hard work. It’s all trial and error. Using mistakes and slip ups to learn and grow instead of being discouraged and down trodden is key. 

Perseverance is huge!  I wish they taught that in school haha.  What does your average day look like?

The average day always starts with coffee. I try to get in a little bit of gardening and housework first thing in the morning, and then jump into “work”- answering emails, ordering supplies.. most of my creative bursts happen late at night— when that happens, it’s the wee hours of the morning before I can fall asleep.  

I think coffee and inspiration go hand in hand.  Any encouragement for people wanting to get into a career like you are in?

Owning your own business is amazing, but it is HARD work. There is no set-in-stone way of doing things- it is trial and error. My advice would be this: Treat it as a full time job. Get up, get dressed, have your coffee, and start work. When you are working for yourself, it is ALL about what you put into it. Have a schedule, set goals- both short term and long term. I like to tackle my least favorite tasks first- that way, I look forward to getting on with the part I love, which for me, is design. 

Natalie, If you had a million dollars what would you do with it?

Travel. I would go all over the world and buy unique vintage pieces, come back to states and open a little boutique attached to a Bed and Breakfast.

What’s your most recent go to favorite food/restaurant?

I’m almost ashamed to admit it.. but right now, my go-to is Torchy’s Tacos. I’m a sucker for spicy food. 

Haha, that’s awesome.   Whats music have you been listening to lately?

I’ve been listing to a lot of “Broods” and “Daughter”. 

What tv show have you been watching?

I love almost any BBC drama. I’m catching up on the BBC series “Sherlock” on Netflix right now. 

My wife loved Sherlock.  What’s the latest movie that inspired you?

I don’t remember the last “grown up” movie I’ve seen. Most of the movies in my life consist of talking vegetables and cartoon fish. 

No inspiration from veggie tales and nemo?  Share with us something most people don’t know about you?

I’m a bookworm. So far with year, I’ve read 38 books. It’s my favorite way to unwind at the end of the day.  

WOW.  That’s amazing.  I’ve heard it said that leaders read and readers lead.  What have you been doing for fun?  A current hobby?

I’ve always loved writing. I journal and write some poetry- no one sees it, but it’s a nice outlet. I’m also trying to improve my photography skills. 

Awesome!  Natalie thanks so much for taking the time to be interviewed.  We wish you the best in your creative business!

 

Here’s a few more pics of Peculiar Sentiments work!

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Please connect with Natalie and support local creative business!

www.facebook.com/peculiarsentiments

www.etsy.com/shop/peculiarsentiments

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Jim You’re On Facebook A Lot!

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Someone sent me a message recently asking me why I was on facebook so much and said that I should get off and do other things.

Then someone in person said man, I’ve seen you a lot on facebook lately.

So I figured since two people have said it there’s others that are thinking it too.

I’m at a coffee shop right now.  Thursday mornings Pastor RK and I meet at Blue Tree Cafe and drink coffee and work.  This is something that Dave Heiliger and I did at Panera in Columbia that I think is a great idea.  “Office hours.”  Getting together with someone and making a coffee shop your office and getting some work done.

Anyway, I’m online and I’ve spent the past hour and a half editing blog posts, scheduling blog posts and writing blog posts.  Facebook is a tab on my browser that’s open.

Feeling a bit insecure since two people had mentioned my facebook usage, I asked my friend in person at a camp fire that we were having if I was on facebook to much.  He said no, he didn’t mean it like that, and pointed out that at least I use facebook relationally and actually respond and have conversations with people.  I’m glad he noticed that.  Thats part of the reason I am on facebook so much is to be intentional with relationships.  Facebook is where people are.

Remember Monday’s post?  This is part of the resistance I feel.  Facebook and blogging seems like a leisurely waste of time or at best a hobby to most.  But to me I see it as an actual aspect of my work.  I hope I’m adding value to peoples lives through it.  It sounds strange saying that, and I want to shy away from it, because I’m afraid someone is going to tell me that it’s stupid and I should get a “real job.”   Maybe that is what you are thinking as you read this.  That’s another aspect of resistance for me.  Not believing that where I choose to invest my time on is of any “real” benefit to others.

You might see me on facebook more often than the average joe because I schedule my blog posts to share at certain times throughout the week.

Also, facebook’s newsfeed isn’t chronological either.  If a post from 5 years ago suddenly gets commented on a lot and liked a lot, it’s deemed “popular” and resurfaces in peoples news feeds.

Since we live in Hawaii and a lot of our readers are on the East coast and we have other friends around the world I schedule my blog post links to schedule at various times.

I use hoot suite and bufferapp for scheduling.  I post blog posts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and share them at 630am Eastern Time and 900pm Eastern time.  630am eastern time is 1230pm the day before in Hawaii, I’m sleeping as that posts.  I also schedule each of those posts to post the next day at 3pm eastern time.

Tuesdays and Thursdays I schedule a blog post that I’ve found useful to post at 3pm eastern time.  This is all done in advance.

So that’s 10 posts a week that I’m intentionally posting scheduled.  The other times I’m interacting with people on facebook.  Trying out some tweets that I’ve written and thought of that usually end up as a full blog post.  And trying to be intentional about encouraging, connecting and conversation.

Facebook is a great place for me to flesh out ideas in my head see how those ideas will be responded to.

So that’s why I’m on facebook a lot.  :)

The other day I spent 3 hours just writing and intentionally turned off facebook and e-mail and it was super productive.  However today… facebook is back on and I’m having a hard time getting in any kind of productive groove so we’ll see what happens.  When we move to TN we won’t have internet at our new house so it will naturally lead to less time online.

Questions?  Comments?  Clarification needed?  How much time do you spend on facebook?  Let us know!

My Thoughts On The Charleston Shooting

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“Roof is said to have sat in the Wednesday night prayer service for an hour before opening fire.”  [article here]

News of shooting inside of a Charleston church, white against black.  An hour outside of where my parents live.  This incident bothered me a lot.

What will it take to achieve peace?

The news references how easy it was for Roof to obtain a gun.

Will banning guns achieve peace?  I don’t think so but maybe the number of fatalities would not be so high if firearms were not used.

It’s peculiar to me that Roof sat for an hour inside of the church before beginning his violence.  It reminded me of the Columbia Mall Shooting.

“At the bottom of the escalator, on the first level, is the food court. Under the eye of another video camera, he lingered for about an hour, sitting, standing, pacing, Ulman said.”

Why did these two young men wait an hour before doing their horrendous acts of violence?

What were they waiting for?  And what was going through their heads?

Violence creates fear, fear creates isolation and division.

But perfect love casts out fear.

What if in that hour before, someone approached these kids, smiled at them, shook their hands, asked them how they were doing and spoke a word of encouragement to them?

We HAVE TO BREAK DOWN WALLS of separation.  We NEED COMMUNITY.

For that to happen we need to step into people’s lives with the message of their value.

1 John 4:18 There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear, because fear has to do with punishment. The one who fears is not made perfect in love.

Are these kids acting out because they feel punished by society?

Do they know they are valuable?  Do they know they are created in the image of God?  Do they know that a loving God has a good plan for their lives?

How will they know unless they are told?

I’m not excusing their actions.  Once bullets start flying, discussion is over.  But I’m not excusing our lack of action either.

Living in Hawaii I’ve had to break out of my cold, east coast, introverted, leave me alone, don’t make eye contact, I’m in a hurry attitude.  I’ve seen the value of making sure that you greet everyone in a room with aloha, a smile, a hug and a kiss on the cheek.

We cannot allow the effect of violence to create more fear.  Let the works of the enemy spur us on to even greater love!

Let’s lead with love and empathy.  Let’s care for others.  Let’s be initiators!  Let’s believe that we can truly make a difference

If we don’t believe and act on these things, then we’ve chosen our destiny.  One that is dark, separated and inhumane.

Would you smile at a stranger today?  Would you let your walls down?

That requires great vulnerability, walls are sometimes a needed defense mechanism.  But we’re meant to connect and walls are a hindrance.

I’m not promising that everyone is going to receive you well.  But that’s on them not you.  Bless and do not curse.

Can we keep our cool a little longer and realize we’re dealing with other human beings?

What if every day you made it your mission to randomly encourage one stranger?

I close with something I just saw on facebook:

“They’ll probably describe the 21-year-old who shot nine yesterday as a lone gunman. But someone shaped his ideology, made the apartheid-flag patches he wore, indoctrinated him, modeled gun use as a legitimate means to power and racism/white supremacy as a coherent ideology, and made high-powered guns readily available; no one made him do it, but many made him.” – Rebecca Solnit

 Lets take responsibility for the world we live in.  Let’s have conversations, lets listen to other opinions.  Let’s love with abandon, even strangers.  And let’s listen to and mentor young men and women.

 

update: 06.19.15 – It looks like the church did indeed welcome Roof into the Bible study based on the testimony below:

and this article:  Charleston Church Killer ‘Almost Didn’t Go Through With It Because Everyone Was So Nice to Him’ – Breitbart http://bit.ly/1d6CHyG

 

Cheryl BakerJune 19, 2015 - 12:03 pm

Very well said

Cheryl BakerJune 19, 2015 - 10:03 pm

Very well said

Hawaiian Hallelujah Hip Hop? [audio]

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i don’t even know what constitutes hip hop but it started with a H.

in my continuing attempts to not be a perfectionist, here’s a song I wrote and recorded as a FUN way to commemorate Tyler’s and my friendship.

this is the first time jess and i ever recorded music together.

LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES and LISTEN TWICE then hit SHARE:)

Leave some comment love.

Joan NewhallJune 18, 2015 - 2:21 am

Rap isn’t my thing but enjoyed listening. Loved the ending of song and horn. (not because it was the end, it was good!)

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 4:40 am

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 6:13 am

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 6:52 am

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 6:52 am

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 6:52 am

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

BriceJune 18, 2015 - 6:34 am

Dad?

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 5:23 pm

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Joan NewhallJune 18, 2015 - 12:21 pm

Rap isn’t my thing but enjoyed listening. Loved the ending of song and horn. (not because it was the end, it was good!)

Bruce F JordanJune 18, 2015 - 2:40 pm

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Cheryl BakerJune 18, 2015 - 4:13 pm

I think rap is hard to catch all the words. I listened a few times and iI really did enjoy it. Very catchy. It wasgood :)

Faye Engelen MooreJune 19, 2015 - 2:53 am

I like the beat and the Hallelujah, but sorry I don’t hear the other words, so I am not a good judge of rap. It is not because of my age either, so don’t think that !! I don’t hear the words in most songs. I just enjoy the sound !! Except for rock–and loud sounds. Christian or not, it sounds all the same to me. Sorry

Bruce F JordanJune 19, 2015 - 4:01 pm

Rap gets a bad rap from me. Too old to appreciate. However, the future is held by the younger generation, and rap is part of that custom.

Jason J MaierJune 20, 2015 - 2:01 am

DUUUUUUUUDE… this is awesome and honestly REALLY GOOD!

juliaJuly 2, 2015 - 9:46 am

haha listening to this and its giving me hawaii nostalgia

Jim BakerJuly 2, 2015 - 3:16 pm

haha, julia you’re awesome! thanks for visiting! we miss you! where’s that montage? 😉

Aunt JanisJuly 17, 2015 - 10:03 pm

Ty, this is so incredible. What a great way to share your talent, time and friendship with everyone. I love it! Spectacular!

Linky Wednesday 06.17.15

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The Fallen of World War II from Neil Halloran on Vimeo.

Our friend Colleen Cook shared this on her facebook recently.  An interesting, sobering presentation about WWII.  Watch till the end.  I appreciated his last few sentences.

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The Hipster Is Dead and You Might Not Like Who Comes Next –> http://on.mash.to/1Gq5WbO  (Thanks to my wife for sharing this article with me)

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7 Suggestions for Planting a Church or Revitalizing in a New Community – Ron Edmondson http://bit.ly/1GlrPJx

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7 Examples of Shallow Leadership – Ron Edmondson http://bit.ly/1HoPLu0

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