January 5, 2013 – Dallas, TX


Love this quote from Bob Kauflin's "Worship Matters".

Nothing against skill, practice, complexity, nuance, musicianship, or sincerity, but only the finished work of Christ makes our offerings of worship acceptable in God's eyes.

July 28, 2012 – San Diego, CA

Weekend Links: July 28, 2012

  • We don't usually have cable, but we like to have it just for the Olympics. We had a blast watching the Opening Ceremonies last night and I have an enormous amount of pride welling up inside of me for the United States athletes. Here are some inspiring Olympic commercials I love. I am pumped.

  • Foundry Collective just launched a fantastic new website. Check out their work. Now.

  • Several times this year in conversation I have referenced this Fast Company article on under-promising and over-delivering.

  • If you're in San Diego this next Friday (August 3), I will be playing an acoustic set in Mission Hills at the Soul Care House. You can RSVP here ... should be a great night!

  • Lacey and I just got back from the most rewarding time away on the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia, Canada. It was everything we needed in a vacation. I loved reading Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, Jason Fried's Rework and starting Bob Kauflin's Worship Matters.

  • Right after driving through the US/Canada border, we picked up the new Passion Pit record, Gossamer, to help us make it to the airport. I am really digging "Cry Like A Ghost".

  • And here are a few photos from the trip: