Tuesday, April 28, 2009

NEW at The Town

There are a few new things on The Town blog.  

1. We will be posting our prayer updates (Tuesday for The Town) every Tuesday.

2. I have started a new series called "A Walking Tour of Old Town."  I will post information about the businesses on College Ave. to help us understand our future home and mission field.  

Friday, April 24, 2009

Things I never expected to say...

Context:  Asher is sitting at the table eating a peanut butter and jelly samich.  He drops peanut butter on his sock.  I look over and see him doing something and I say:

"Asher, please don't lick peanut butter off of your sock."

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Another one

We found out on Monday that our newest child will most likely be a boy.  We also found out that he has a face and a foot.  We have pictures below to prove it.  My wife is a good woman.  She has to put up lots o' Black boys (me and the dog included).  

Friday, April 10, 2009

Great Gadgets!

I recently found a neat little gadget that makes days like today great! It is a one cup coffee masterpiece.

Step 1. Grind enough coffee for one cup and place it in the filter.
Step 2. Grind more coffee and place it in the filter.

Step 3. Place gadget on top of a mug.

Step 4. Pour hot water over the mound of ground coffee.

Step 5. Remove gadget and prepare yourself for yummy goodness.

Step 6. Stare lovingly at the product of the gadget - the yummy goodness that is coffee.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

This just in...

We received word that The Town was added to the Acts 29 site this week. Click here to see its listing as well as the other future church plants.

A good friend!

I've been hinting for a while that someone should buy a new album for me. Stephen proved to be a good friend and picked up on my not-so-subtle hint. He "gifted" the album to me on i-Tunes. The Decemberists are an interesting band out of Portland. Their new album is a concept album. The music does not stop. Each song leads into the next song. The entire album is a story told through 17 tracks. It is different and I am learning to appreciate the story. Thanks Stephen.