Next week one80 will start a new two-part series that explores what can happen when what guides us – our moral compass – is off course. What happens when we allow the world… Read More
With this post, From the Brainpan officially reaches 1,000 published posts. To me, this is a significant achievement… 1,000 posts ago I wrote about one of the similarities I saw between myself and Tim Allen’s character, Tim Taylor. I spoke about how Tim sets out with great intentions, yet makes mistakes because he tends to overdo everything he puts his mind to.
I stumbled across this video earlier today and it is quite polarizing. (Check out the article that tipped me off to the video). People tend to skew either toward labeling this gentleman the… Read More
Here is he announcement video I threw together for February. Enjoy! http://vimeo.com/36361212
Highlights from Destination Unknown 2012!
Five Iron Frenzy has created some of the deepest, most challenging and most worshipful songs in my entire collection, and now they are back!
For Christmas I received an iTunes gift card. I used that card to purchase (among other things) DCTalk’s first album. Now, I used to own this CD years ago, and the cassette before… Read More
Jacob went close to his father Isaac, who touched him and said, “The voice is the voice of Jacob, but the hands are the hands of Esau.” He did not recognize him, for… Read More
CS Lewis’ first chapter in Mere Christianity (Book 1, Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe) is all about the moral center we all operate from. He argues… Read More