My Thoughts, My World, My Blog

I work in Community Relations for a Christian Non-profit organization in Idaho, where I live with my beautiful wife Amy and our 2 children.

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Moving to WordPress

I am shifting my blogging to chadhouck.wordpress.com, though I will be leaving this blog up for at least a little while...

I will also be redirecting the ChadHouck.com domain name there as well, but if you want to get back to here, it will be in the blogroll, so look it up as "My First Blog"

I have not yet decided if I will migrate the posts here over to there, but I am definately interested in some of the wordpress features and flexiblity.

See you there soon, and, Mark, if you are reading this, well done on sharing your word with everyone in your last post... I have been waiting for more!

My Thoughts, My World, My Blog: Ejection Seats of Divisiveness

My Thoughts, My World, My Blog: Ejection Seats of Divisiveness

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Its a small world afterall

The last several days have seemed so hurried that I realized I've not posted anything since Wednesday of last week. So much happening and so little time to write about it.

One thing, however, stood out today that I think worthy of comment. I was speaking to a friend in California about a concept ministry project that we have been working on for several months, and expressing my concern about finding the right programming know-how, platform, and people to pull off this project. I was shocked when he referred me to a website, and more specifically to a pair of guys right here in my own "backyard" so to speak as a potential next step for conversation. Ironically, I had just recently stumbled across these same names on my own.

My point, however poorly focused, is this: There are more Christians around than we either know of or give credit for, and some of them are doing some amazingly cool things. What would it take to finally get us together on the same page, working truely toward the same goal, pulling in unison so to speak? It doesn't seem like it should be that insurmountable of a task... I guess I'm due to find out...