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Giant Baby Caption Contest Winner

posted by Jason Boyett

Thanks to everyone who submitted a caption in yesterday’s contest. The winner is Michael Miller… Mr. Jobs’ Macworld Expo keynote did not address questions concerning apparent liver transplant complications. ———— …because that’s just funny. It hits all the right technological, […]

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Giant Baby Caption Contest

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s been an interesting couple of days here at the blog with some excellent (and mostly civil) discussion. I appreciate that. But now it’s time to lighten things up a bit with a caption contest. In the comments, submit your […]

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Honoring the Boy with the Band-Aids

posted by Jason Boyett

I get two kinds of comments about my latest book, O Me of Little Faith. The first is the you-write-like-you’re-in-my-head kind from people who can identify with my doubting and have been living the same spiritual questions. I’m always glad […]

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Family Portraits with Jesus

posted by Jason Boyett

If you are like me, then you know that the thing that’s missing from your family portraits is the Lord Jesus Christ. And not just any Jesus, but a youngish white-dude Jesus with a clean complexion and a nicely trimmed […]

Caption Contest Winner

posted by Jason Boyett

Thanks to all of you who submitted a caption in yesterday’s caption contest. There were some great ones, which made choosing my favorite a fairly difficult task. A handful of honorable mentions. At one point or another yesterday, I was […]

Caption Contest: Out of the Frying Pan…

posted by Jason Boyett

It’s time for a caption contest. Your job is to write the best caption for the photo below. I’ll choose a winner tomorrow morning at 9 am CT. The caption need not have anything to do with the actual, real-life […]

The Continuing Cover Saga

posted by Jason Boyett

Last week I attended the big Festival of Faith & Writing at Calvin in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This is a wonderful biennial writers’ conference that happens to occur in the hometown of my publisher, Zondervan. So I had a great […]

Hi, I’m Bob (Apparently)

posted by Jason Boyett

You know what people tell me often enough that I’m starting to feel weird about it? That I look like super-trainer Bob Harper from The Biggest Loser: Granted, these are people who typically don’t see me shirtless. And I don’t […]

The Kid on the Cover

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m no investigative journalist, but I’ve got skills, and Twitter, and email, and every once in awhile I can come up with a pretty sweet scoop. Which I have done today: I’ve identified the kid on the cover of O […]

Extreme Pumpkin Carving

posted by Jason Boyett

Because tomorrow is Halloween, I considered coming up with a list of occupations that hadn’t yet been given the “Sexy ________” costume treatment. For instance, we have sexy nurses, sexy cops, and sexy librarians. But I’ve yet to see a […]

Friday Fun

posted by Jason Boyett

Why a post of random stuff? Because it’s been a random (and craaaazy) week. ————• The Internet Monk’s “Annual Halloween Rant” is so worth reading for stuffy, scared-of-Satanism Christians. I totally agree. ————• If you want to see the most […]

Being Happy: Mind Your Own Business

posted by Jason Boyett

I posted yesterday about illustrations that made me happy, and I returned Sunday from a fun, relaxing weekend with my extended family in the mountains guess, so I guess I’ve got happiness and quality of life on the mind. Which […]

2009 Tri to Make a Difference

posted by Jason Boyett

Thanks, everyone, for sponsoring and encouraging me with this weekend’s Tri to Make a Difference triathlon. I quadrupled my fundraising goal and improved upon last year’s time by nearly 10 minutes. Success all around. First, thank you to my friends […]

Remember

posted by Jason Boyett

I had another post in mind today, but decided it can wait until Monday. The photo above is of injured firefighters being treated after the Twin Towers collapse. It’s by Justin Lane, who was working as a photographer for the […]

Release Week Caption Contest

posted by Jason Boyett

In honor of Pocket Guide release week, it’s time for another fun caption contest. The winner gets a free copy of any of the new books — Bible, Sainthood, or Afterlife (your choice). Enter as often as you like, with […]

What Do I Have in My Pockets?

posted by Jason Boyett

This is not a post about my Pocket Guides. This is just a blog post about my pockets. I am a creature of habit, in that I pretty much always carry the same thing in my pockets regardless of where […]

Pocket Guide Press Sheets

posted by Jason Boyett

Ten years ago, I got my start in the advertising and design industries when I started working for a local printer, Amarillo’s biggest. They had a boutique little design/marketing studio for their customers, and I was hired to work in […]

Friday Means Chipmunks! And Star Wars!

posted by Jason Boyett

You might think I rely too much on my friend Shuey to give me ideas for blog posts. You are probably right. But he doesn’t have a blog of his own — he should! — so he psuedo-blogs by living […]

Contest Winner: The Inspirational Kitten

posted by Jason Boyett

Some of you are more disturbed than I am. Lots of good entries in yesterday’s not-very-inspiring “inspirational kitten” caption contest. Lots of entries that made me throw up in my mouth a little. Of the good entries, I couldn’t pick […]

Caption Contest: The Inspirational Kitten

posted by Jason Boyett

I was making fun of inspirational Twitter posts earlier today and @shueytexas reminded me of the clichéd “Hang in There” virtues of the kitten-in-a-tree poster. Which I may or may not have hung in my room as an 11 year-old. […]

Jason Plays the Random Album Game

posted by Jason Boyett

My old, eccentric friend Shuey — with whom I once exited a high school geometry class via its first-floor window — alerted me to a fun make-your-own randomized album game on Facebook. I try to avoid Facebook as much as […]

It’s Square Root Day (Happy Nerd Holiday!)

posted by Jason Boyett

You probably would never have thought of this yourself (I didn’t), but today is a special day: It’s Square Root Day. I’m surprised we didn’t get the day off. What makes today Square Root Day? Well, math-is-hard Barbie, it’s because […]

How to Sign 75 Books Quickly

posted by Jason Boyett

The Collide/Pocket Guide Giveaway is still going strong (get a free copy of Pocket Guide to the Bible with your subscription) and today I needed to ship out another box of signed books to the Collide team. So last night […]

Fail

posted by Jason Boyett

Are you familiar with FailBlog.org? If not, you should be. Go there now, look around, enjoy yourself, then come back here. On my way to work a couple days ago, I ended up behind this vehicle at a stoplight. My […]

New Publicity Photos

posted by Jason Boyett

Speaking of uncomfortable-looking photography — which I was doing yesterday — I recently posed awkwardly for some publicity photos. My good friend Kyle Trafton of Trafton Photography (whom I’ve known since he was, like, five years old) did a photo […]

Touching Strangers

posted by Jason Boyett

I’m not much of a people person, which is why I’ve chosen to pursue a career in writing instead of, say, a career in clowning or massage therapy or cosmetology. I’ll “speak” to anyone via email or Twitter or IM, […]

Manhattan Street Corner Photos

posted by Jason Boyett

Here’s something cool. New York photographer Richard Howe spent most of 2006 taking photos of every corner of every intersection in Manhattan to capture everyday life at street level. In his words, the photos represent “what people were doing on […]

Dogs + Airbrushing = Awesome

posted by Jason Boyett

There are some photos that are so jaw-droppingly weird, they don’t really require commentary. But I’m a writer and I can’t help it. Must…be…snarky. Molly and her poodle, Skipper, thought it was just a harmless, pretty peacock they saw in […]

Buy Shoes: Soles4Souls

posted by Jason Boyett

I’ve advocated before, here and here, the wonderful lifesaving work that Buy Shoes, Save Lives has been doing in Iraq. When you buy shoes from them, your money is then used to fund heart surgeries for Iraqi kids whose parents […]

I’m Back! Also: Kamchatka!

posted by Jason Boyett

Hey, everyone. Thanks for minding the fort while I was gone. My wife, Aimee, and I enjoyed a week-long, no-kids Caribbean cruise with a few of our best friends. Had a great time. It looked a lot like this: And […]

Caption Contest: Jason, Tank

posted by Jason Boyett

I found this picture from my very first publicity photo session, back when Pocket Guide to the Apocalypse released in 2005. Your job is to write a caption for the photo. I’ll pick the best one, based on creativity and […]

Healing Waters in the Denver Post

posted by Jason Boyett

The Denver Post published a front-page feature a couple of days ago about my friends Tom & Dana Larson and their organization, Healing Waters International. HWI is one of my favorite humanitarian organizations and has one of the most creative […]

World Time Clock

posted by Jason Boyett

I love photography, and I also love things that are cool, so when you can combine “coolness” and “photography” into a single site, I am generally interested in it. Which means this site caught my attention:The World Time Clock. Here’s […]

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Farewell, O Me of Little Faith
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My Introvert Interview
On Monday, author Adam McHugh delivered a guest post about the "snarling 8-headed monster" of the writing process. Today I return the favor -- sort of -- via an interview at his blog, Introverted Church. We talk about how my introverted ...

posted 3:05:36pm May. 25, 2011 | read full post »

Harold Camping: "Invisible Judgment Day"
When the rapture didn't occur as predicted on May 21, 2011, Harold Camping had a few options. Here is how he could have responded to the failed prediction, in descending levels of crazy: 1. He could announce that he was wrong. This is the ...

posted 9:06:24am May. 24, 2011 | read full post »

The Phases of Writing (Adam McHugh)
If you've ever felt out of place among all the exciting, expressive, emotional enthusiasm of a contemporary church service...or an evangelist's demands that you need to constantly be sharing your faith boldly to strangers...if it simply wipes ...

posted 7:46:00am May. 23, 2011 | read full post »

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