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RUSH in Houston

Well the Rush concert in Houston is in the rear-view mirror and I am feeling it. There were so many things of note from my trip last night to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavillion. First of all, the concert started on time. No opening act, just Rush and they hit the stage for the first set […]

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Feeling Young

Tonight I’m 17 again! Me and a couple of friends of mine from church are headed to see Rush in concert. I’ve seen Rush three times live. Each time I was in my teens. In high school I was a huge fan, but I can’t tell you the last time I dialed up Rush on […]

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The Big Easy

I’m in New Orleans this week working with Operation Nehemiah — an organization working to rebuild both the city and the people who were devastated by Hurricane Katrina nearly two years ago. Though  it’s been two years there is much still to be done here and some of the stories told are heartbreaking. Please remember […]

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Reorder – Your Ideas

Rochelle and I have been slowly reordering our lives. What we mean by that is having a life and lifestyle that more closely resembles our beliefs and values than it resembles the American, middle-class death machine. Ro and I would define the death machine as rampant consumerism and protectionist concerns; the thirst for two cars, […]

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Walking with the Palmers

My wife and I — well really, just my wife — are putting together a team for Houston’s Race for the Cure. The event is October 6, 2007 and benefits the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The Komen Foundation funds breast cancer research and education. You can click here, if you would like to join us […]

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