Friday, May 11, 2007

New Book(let) Published

I've been away from blogging for a while doing various time-consuming, but hopefully productive, things. One of these activities includes publishing a new booklet called A Simple Bible Study Method. Jesus seems to have led me to help call back the church to read the scriptures correctly. I developed a simple method and have implemented it in every personal and communal Bible study I'm a part of. Interestingly, the crowd that has been most eager to learn and implement the study method is pastors. When they use it, it's as if years of dust is being blown off their scriptures and life is being breathed into them again. Not to be confused with the work of the Holy Spirit, I merely believe God allows tools such as this study method to discipline us toward correctly hearing what He's saying.

If you're interested, here's the link where it's being sold on Also, the money earned from this book will help in three areas: 1) to raise the money necessary to distribute the book worldwide through outlets such as and Barnes &, 2) to help establish funds for publication and distribution of several other "simple" booklets on various topics, such as prayer, discipleship, missional living, etc., and 3) to help my family afford to buy a home in the neighborhood where God has called us to live.

So, buy a booklet if your interested and/or pass on the word to your friends. The book is available as a PDF download as well. Thanks!

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Monday, November 20, 2006

Time Off for the Sake of a Prophet

I've been away from this blog for quite some time because I've been directing my typing time to another website, that of my newborn son, Elijah Keith Hudson. Elijah was born on November 3rd, weighing in at 7lbs. 4oz. So, to catch up on what's been going on in my family's life, visit Elijah's page.

Additionally, if you like the look of Elijah's website, then tell your friends about my new business, Ground Floored, which powers the site. Ground Floored offers simple and affordable websites for small business, churches, and babys!

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

The Prophet is Coming

In just six weeks (if the doctor's estimate is correct), our first child will be born. Elijah Keith Hudson is due November 7th. To track all the fun events, we reserved his domain name and created a website...far more fun than keeping an actual journal, for me at least. Take a peek:

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Sleeping in Righteousness

One of my new favorite websites,, clued me in to these amazing Armor of God PJ's. If anyone's wondering, my birthday's in October. (Is that a pillow being used for a shield? Amazing!)

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Hip Hop for Jesus

Katie and I spent last week at a Nazarene youth camp I was speaking at in Long Beach, WA. My nephew, soon-to-be-8-years-old Kade Hudson, performed a "hip-hop" routine to raise money for the House of James project. He performed what is known as a "Slap Dance," where the audience "slaps" money on the stage as the performance is in progress. His dance alone brought in more than double what the youth had given the entire week up until then...almost $800! He's definitely got better moves than me. Take a look...

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Too Much to Blog to Even Blog

LIFE HAS BEEN CRAZY!!! Church on the Hill continues to be flung forward like David's stone from his slingshot. My prayer is that the speed will be directed by God towards the forehead of the Giant Evil. I'll try to write a bit more on this shortly.

I've also been creating, planning and advertising our 3rd annual Blockparty, which takes place next Tuesday, August 1st.

Coincidently, the website business I'm starting with my brother and a friend, Ground Floored, launches the same day as the Blockparty.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Neighborhood Spy - Part 2

This picture I took brings me great joy. The owner of this schnauzer used to let his dog poop in our yard and wouldn't pick it up. My shoes seem to be manufactured with crap magnets, so I was mad about his negligence. I had confronted him face to face a couple times, but to no avail. Finally I resorted to other tactics.

After watching him leave another pile in my lawn and walk away, I carefully retrieved the poop in a ziplock baggy. I knew which car parked on the street was his, so I tucked the loaded baggy under his windshield wiper with the following note:

"Dear Sir, I do not care if your dog craps in my lawn. However, the next time you don't use a bag to pick it up, I'm not going to use a bag to return it."

It's been two years since then, and as you can see, he has changed his dog-walking ways for the least my shoes think so.