I have not really been in the mood to write anything lately. Not sure why. Probably because I am simply focused on getting stuff done for my wedding at the end of the month plus despite having no seminary this summer, I am still super busy with weddings (not just my own) and other opportunities that are becoming available to me.
So to keep you in the Bunch Information Loop, here are some links that I have found interesting:
- Interview with Matt Redman about moving to America to join Giglio, Tomlin and Watermark with the new mega-chuirch to begin soon in Atlanta.
- This has to be one of the best pics that I have seen recently.
- Despite the influence that Michael Jackson had on my life, I didn’t see the need to write about it. Don’t get me wrong, I was sad to see him go. And I will continue to be sad that he died, but like Evan, he might have died (at least, influentially and possibly musically) a long time ago. But to honor who he was, this is the best tribute that I could find (and believe me, I looked around a lot). May MJ rest in peace.
- I love what Seth Godin has to say. I also love what Dave Ramsey has to say. When both get together, you get this.
- I am a big fan of Carlos Whitaker’s blog, because a) he is real and authentic, and b) he is funny. This post is more for those who listen to worship music because it is about great female worship leaders. I have to admit – I don’t really like listening to female voices. Not sure why but it has never caught on with me. But reading this article, I am going to start venturing out and listening to some who are highly recommending.
- Have you ever had an urge to pee during a movie at the theaters but you didn’t because you didn’t want to miss anything good? Well, check out runpee.com and you will know just when is the right moment to get up and go do your thing. By the way, runpee.com has one of the best slogans that I have ever heard – “Helping your bladder enjoy going to the movies as much as you do.”
- Michael Hyatt has a great blog. I read it every day. This post about the necessity of obstacles is worth checking out.
- And last but not least, Mark Batterson had a great post a few days ago about studying more and praying more. Great for preachers, but good for everyone else. It is about time we step in not just praying for what we are doing, but preparing more in the midst of that same process.