Too Many Choices – STR4P 15

I have too many choices. Listen as I process through why I haven’t been podcasting regularly. Also, I never got around to those show notes.

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Computer Program Found on 35-Year-Old Prodigal Album

Growing up in the ’80s, I watched technology change rapidly. It’s changing even faster now but there was something about that era that still fascinates me today.

During that time of discovery and growth, a lot of musicians experimented with computer technology and included digital tracks on their albums.

Christian bands were doing the same and one band, Prodigal, went so far as to include a small program written for the Commodore 64 in the runout track of their album Electric Eye.

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Heavenquest: A Pilgrim’s Progress Trailer

Four years in the making, this crowd-funded, faith-based, sci-fi- fantasy film will premier online next month.

Directed by Matt Bilen, the film aims to capture the imaginations of Christians around the world with its gritty and modern adaptation of John Bunyon’s The Pilgrim’s Progress.

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Stop Phoning It In – STR4P 14

After listening to Evo Terra‘s podcast, Podcast Pontifications, regularly for a few months, I’ve come to realize that I’ve been “phoning it in” when it comes to this podcast.

You deserve better. You deserve excellence. I’m capable of producing better content.

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Adrift — STR4P 13

Lately, I’ve felt like the small sailboat in the image associated with this blog post. I’m adrift. The water is calm but there is no wind. I’m in a haze and even if I had a paddle to get myself to shore, I can’t see the shore. No matter what direction I head toward it’s the wrong way. Continue reading “Adrift — STR4P 13”