Who is this Jamin guy anyway?
I am the husband of one and the father of nine. I was created to sing, to worship, to encourage, and to be steady. I am the Owner & Executive Director of Trinity Arts Center, a multi-disciplinary Arts Center in Eastern Tennessee, and the President of Trinity Arts Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization focused on funding arts education and performance. I've been involved with four music projects in my life -- Hot Pink Turtle, Spin Radio, Stand Like Stone, and of course, Jamin Rathbun.

In 2013, I added my Twitter feed to this site (below). To view the old content, just scroll down past the Twitter timeline. To keep in the loop on new posts, thoughts, and updates, just follow me on Twitter using the button below. Thanks!

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box_stuff stuff

One day. One deal. Woot.com

Woot.com is an online store (and gathering place for the fanatically deal-driven among us) that focuses on selling one item per day, usually at a ridiculously low price, until it is sold out or until 11:59pm central time when it is replaced by the next item.

To give you an idea of what typs of products are offered, the last week has included deals on: JVC MiniDV Compact Camcorder, Remote Control 1/20 Scale Race Car Pack, HP Photosmart 8450 Printer, Altec Lansing iPod Audio System, and a Western Digital 250 GB Hard Drive.

If you find yourself fighting the urge to buy an "original hand-folded 13th century Japanese katana" from those knife guys on late night HSN... This might be right up your alley. = ) Seriously... they've had some great deals fly through and it's definitely worth a peek.

The best way (in my opinion) to experience woot is to subscribe to their rss feed so you can be alerted about the daily deal. (You should also subscribe to mine, by the way)

box_bible bible

"What should you buy for someone who has everything? Nothing! But we just came through Christmas, and you didn't have the guts to pull it off, did you?"

Now THAT'S how you start a lecture. = )

That quote is from a talk given by Dr. Tony Campolo reported under the title "Christianity & Consumerism Are Incompatible" in the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Our friends at Monday Morning Insight had this to say:
"I'm not a huge Tony Campolo fan... a little of him goes a long way with me (sorry, Tony)... and I don't always agree with his theology. But you can say one thing about Tony... He's always challenging; and I do like that."

Here's are a couple excerpts from his talk:

"Youth was made for heroism, not pleasure."
"When did Christianity cease being dangerous? That's when it ceased being Christianity."

Definitely some food for thought. = )

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