Archive for August, 2009

My brother did this on Facebook with Queen…I’m doing it here with Delirious. The rules are choose your own artist and try to use different titles to answer each question. It’s pretty interesting.

Here we go.


Describe Yourself:Pursuit of Happiness

How do you feel:Stronger

Describe where you currently live:Mountains High

If you could go anywhere, where would you go:Show Me Heaven

See the rest inside.



Fuel for Faith

Posted: August 22, 2009 in Uncategorized

There’s a new page now on the side that is of key importance as I hope that through this blog and through the items listed on the Fuel for Faith page you might find Christ as I have.

Fuel for Faith will be a page that I will be updating in the future to add more awesome resources to empower you to engage in a life with our God and Creator- Jesus Christ.

God Bless.


The Reason for The Bible Runner

Posted: August 22, 2009 in Bible Runner

Today I just wanted to share a few tidbits about The Bible Runner and let you in on what makes me tick in a creative sense.

The story that I’m working on first planted its seed in my mind around 6 years ago. It began with a simple idea which in screenwriting is called a logline, and the logline for The Bible Runner was this: What if the Bible was outlawed, who would deliver The Word to us?

I pictured a world of loss and oppression, a place where The Word was the only thing that could sustain persecuted Christians. Ironically enough it’s a world that seems very familiar, in this day and age Christianity is marginalized because it’s not exciting.

It doesn’t draw the attention of the majority of the population because the majority of the population see life as finite. You’re born, you live and you die. Return to dust…the end. Let’s live it up while we have life.

If you go to a Borders, WHSmith, Barnes and Noble or other major bookseller the majority of people who visit the Religious section of the store are for the most part already religious.

Why search for God if the god you worship is the latest American Idol or a movie or sports figure?

Religion is marginalized. But there’s more to it than that.

More on the Rapture

Posted: August 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

In the Jewish tradition The Man comes for the Bride and then takes them to His Father’s house.

Once there they are together at the Father’s House there is a Marriage Supper or celebration and then the Marriage ceremony.

Why do I mention this exactly, because this is exactly the way the Bible (which is The Word of God) in the New Testament relates how he’s going to come and take us to be with Him.