Posts Tagged ‘brownsville’

Air Fiesta Highlights

Here’s a quick edit of some air show footage.

More extended clips are being uploaded now.

New news

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted.  I’ve certainly kept busy.  We had VBS at our church.  I made a quick little video of the highlights:

I also decided it was time to give our church website a new look:



I also advertised a video on the Lord’s prayer in Sermonspice’s newsletter.  I made it up to 8th place.  I made my investment back at least.  Sermonspice has been “spicing” for 5 years now.  I guess I’ve been with them at least 3 1/2 of those years.


Also in the picture is a banner for  On the 13th of July there’s a link for FREE MUSIC, and what that is is my new widget from  Of course you can get it by going to this other post.

I’ve been busy, and tonight I’m going to finish my potter video series, hopefully!  And then I can get started on some kinetic typography videos inspired by Mark Moore’s “Encounters with Christ”.  First I gotta take the fam to the beach.

Dolly’s Fury (some Hurricane Damage)

Here’s a slideshow of pictures my wife took while she was driving (wow, she’s good)!

Dolly and the Hurricane (s)

Well, they keep saying here in Brownsville, that it’s the year that we’ll get hit.  This it was.  I however, was not around to experience Dolly’s fury.  I was in San Antonio at the convention.  Of course at night we were glued to the weather channels on TV, and when the phones in the Rio Grande Valley worked, we’d talk to friends back home and stay updated.  The convention attendees knew that we were from Brownsville, so they also were informed and prayed for the Valley and Mexico as well.  The first night they asked if we (our praise band, leading the worship times) had a name.  I told them that we did not, but they could call us “Dolly and the Hurricanes”.  It stuck.  Our drummer with his big, cool hair was even pegged as Dolly.  I don’t know if he liked that, but that’s what went down.  Here’s our only band picture (as we arrived saftely back home).

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