Jumbo(Tron) Hot Dog

As you grow up, you kinda hope you outgrow some things. Certainly not comic books or shoot-em-up movies but the things that really hold you back, like life’s most embarassing moments. I have a list about a mile long and I almost added a biggie the other night. LeAnn and I were at the Casting Crowns and Leeland concert at the UCF arena (nice place by the way). We had rushed to get there so we could do the backstage… Read more

Love is Not a Fight

Just heard Warren Barfield’s new song, “Love is Not a Fight,” on his MySpace page and I am once again a proud friend. Please show him some love* and check it out, request it on your radio station and come back here to tell me how cool you think it is. :-)*just maybe not as much as Gary Busey showed Jennifer Garner last night Read more

Celebrity Apprentice: Trump’s Evangelist

After saying yes to Jesus years ago, it seems that Stephen Baldwin can’t quite bring himself to say no to anything else. The once “Usual Suspect” seems to turn up everywhere nowadays; on bookshelves via his best-selling The Unusual Suspect, in numerous Christian films and on several television reality shows, the most recent of which is Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice airing on NBC.Fortunately, for all of his public appearances, Baldwin seems to be a genuinely personable fellow and uses his… Read more

Sneaking Into the Grammys

This is a very funny video with cameos from some CCM bands. Lionel Richie rules! via the Third Day blog Read more

Theme Park Survival Bag

Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved going to theme parks. Growing up outside of Atlanta, one of my favorite summer escapes was Six Flags Over Georgia. The one summer I saved enough money for a season’s pass, I was so thrilled. In the future, I’ll post about my favorite rides and parks, but I thought it would be useful to share some of the favorite things I pack into a bag to carry with me when preparing for a… Read more

Bat-Flicks

I found a glimpse of what my life might look like if I became rich. Check out the first couple of gallery images:http://www.elitehts.com/home.htm Read more

Nashville Wednesday

My eyes are so ready to shut. Normally my last day of Gospel Music Week is very uneventful, save for the Dove Awards. I always say it’s like Prom and everyone’s getting ready – no interviews! no meet and greets! I did manage to speak with my new friend Andrae Crouch, who is, as you know a gospel legend. This man not only wrote “The Blood Will Never Lose It’s Power,” “Can’t Nobody,” “Through It All,” “Jesus Is The Answer”… Read more

Gospel Music Week – Tuesday

You never know that when you go about your work doing interviews and such, that sometimes you’ll be able to help people out of some hairy situations, like one group we “rescued” today. We had a lot of good laughs about it later but when the group’s previous interview came time for an end and the publicist came in to say it’s over, the interviewer said “no.” So the group really had to be “rescued” from the media. Here we… Read more

Gospel Music Week – Sunday/Monday

Alright – first things first. After years of doing the daily updates for my friends of Gospel Music Week, I went to bed last night instead of doing the blog. I know – slacker! So here I’m combining Sunday and Monday into one post and hopefully I can do daily updates for Tuesday and Wednesday. Have you ever seen the “Close Talker” episode of Seinfeld? Elaine’s boyfriend, played by Judge Reinhold, is a close talker, violating people’s personal spaces while… Read more

I Noticed In ‘Firewall’

24 lovers will recognize Harrison Ford’s geeky assistant Chloe in the new movie “Firewall.” I saw it tonight and it is just an action-packed, nail-biting movie, kinda like 24 but with more violence and language (unfortunately).One of the interesting points is a young male character whose cell phone ringer was familiar. I thought “is that ‘What A Friend We Have In Jesus?'” A few moments later, the character is helping lead worship (believe it or not) at an inner-city Charismatic… Read more

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