- Last night, David Ramirez killed it. So fun to have him in San Diego. If you haven't yet purchased everything he has come out with, go for it now.
Good words from a recent Louie Giglio tweet: "Whatever sin has done to you, grace can do more for you."
For background working music, I have been listening to a lot of Oscar Peterson after my friend Andy recommended it to me earlier this week.
Speaking of Andy, check out this video of him playing. He's definitely alright:
Another great Chris Burkard video:
- Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!
- I am super excited to show you a quick preview of SerialBox Presents: Season 2. It has been so fun to work on this with Ryan & Company. Also really stoked for Foundry to be doing the website. For now, enjoy the trailer:
Tim Keller always bringing it: "The gospel is inside-out: an inner change of heart leads to a new motivation for and conduct of behavior." Excited to dig into some of the Center Church resources here soon also.
Loving this Aural Method record.
I have been a Seth Philpott fan since 2005. We've played music together. We've shared lots of meals, and lots of laughs. And I can't stress to you how genuine he is as a person, as a writer, and as a performer.
But these new songs are really special. Seth's songs have always impressed me, but this round feels like he has really found his stride.
These songs show hints of Martin Sexton. There is an excitement which comes along with fresh instrumentation, and each song's energy is captivating. Not to mention that his self-described artistic direction of a modern country gentleman is perfectly personified in each track.
You've probably heard me talk about him before as he wrote one of my all time favorite songs called "Here With You".
My point is: I love his music, and I want you to know about it.
Check out the video for "Off With My Head" (well done Andrew Hudson!):
Thanks for reading. Enjoy your day and enjoy "Bad Hearts"!
Happy Monday. Lacey and I really enjoyed celebrating Laura's graduation from Westmont this weekend and had a great time with family. Now, to some links:
I have been thinking about this quote a bit this weekend: "God cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself because it is not there. There is no such thing." -C.S. Lewis"
David Ramirez did us a huge favor by putting out some new songs for us to feast our ears on. Download "The Rooster" here. And check out his new song, "The Forgiven", below:
I recently saw this photo of all living U.S. Presidents. What do you think they're talking about in that moment?
I love what Tim Keller said here yesterday: "Christ is not about trying harder; it means transferring our trust away from ourselves and resting in him."
Love reading pieces confirming the legitimacy of Baylor as a "whole university" like this one on the new Baylor Stadium! (Doesn't hurt to have RGIII set the single-season record for most jerseys ever sold.)
TripIt really is amazing for organizing travel. If you don't have it, it's time.
Came across this list of great places to eat and drink in San Diego from Thrillist which is a satisfyingly comprehensive list.
Not sure if you've spent any time on Foundry Collective's website, but you need to. They are so good at what they do.
Such a cool video. Teehan+Lax developed a system to make hyperlapse videos using Google Street View. (via Kottke)
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