Spend less, give more, worship fully, love all. That’s what I strive for my Christmas season to be like. Unfortunately, I get caught up in the presents and rushing around and don’t spend time building traditions that will change the world, one person at a time. Fortunately, the folks at Advent Conspiracy are around to give me a kick in the pants and remind me that there are more important things in life than participating in an “orgy of consumerism” (credit to Derek Gilbert).
During the hiatus I’m redesigning the website. Things may get a little messy around here.
Technology plays a role in all of our lives. In some people’s lives it’s very important while in others’ it’s nominally important. Today I play voice mail from you, the listener, about the tech that you’re thankful for this year. I even get two voice mails from a celebrity.
Remember that the podcast is going on a bit of a hiatus. There will only be one podcast in December. Until then, thanks for listening and thanks for sticking me in your ears.
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Focus on the Family Radio Theatre has released what appears to be another hit audio drama with The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. Andy Serkis, who voiced Gollum in The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, brings Screwtape to life in a very dynamic and vibrant way. This is going on my wish list or perhaps I’ll buy it for the children for Christmas.
Like many other podcasters I’m planning a hiatus over the holidays, maybe. It really depends upon me receiving content from other podcasters and YOU. Next week is Thanksgiving in the U.S. and I’d like to hear what tech for which you are thankful. Call the voice mail line at 518-290-0228 and leave me a message no longer than 1 minute and I’ll play it on next week’s podcast. Hope to hear from you.
Okay, so this podcast really isn’t about getting iPhones for all of our veterans but i do talk about my appreciation for both this week. I also talk about the Droid which I played with for a little while.
This week’s spiritual know-how is a reading and commentary on Psalm 11.
So I just noticed that there is no link on the front page for one-click subscriptions for those with Zune players. I corrected that. My bad. It got lost in the last redesign (I’m due for another one). It’s ugly but I’m working on it. I wanted to make sure you Zunnies could click and subscribe before I worried about asthetics.