As we prepare for our beach camp trip, one of the most common questions parents ask is how they can keep up with what’s going on at camp. I’ve been a Twitter-user for a couple years now, and I’ve decided that Twitter is the best way to share quick bits of info to the world. It just so happens that most of our parents aren’t on Twitter, so I’ve connected my Twitter account to Facebook (which happens to be much more popular).
But you’re reading a blog right now. You’re crazy enough to think that technology can keep you in the know more than just checking facebook updates. Are you ready to get into Twitter? Here’s how.
Once you sign up for a free account, you need to follow Mark for Beach Camp Updates. Log onto http://twitter.com/markhcox and send the updates straight to your phone. Now you’re in the know!
Don’t forget! Tonight we’re playing Capture the Flag at Mills Park from 6-7:30!
You should be dropped off and picked up at Mills Park.
See ya there!
So check out the rebirth of it. The new blog is located at http://thinknextnow.com.
A lot of you know that if you typed that address in in the past and it got you here. Let me help you understand. I used that domain to forward to https://marktheyouthguy.wordpress.com.
Why do I tell you this? Because this is most likely the blog that’s showing up in your reader or RSS feed. I’m hosting my own blog at http://thinknextnow.com now, so keep typing that in, but don’t expect to see the same ole bland site.
Word to the wise. This site will be taken down after a while. Check the new one out.
The ole blog is getting an overhaul.
In fact, I’m trashing this one and going over to self-hosted land.
I’m embarking on uncharted waters (for me).
I don’t have a specific launch date, but I can say this: I should be launching within the next 7 days!
Keep your ear open for updates on the launch.
I can’t wait to actually sit still and have the time to post and not mess with design, functionality, and all that mess.
I miss writing.
As a youth pastor, I speak once a week in our youth services. Around once every quarter, I get to speak in our main services at Indian Springs. My parents live in Indiana and never get to see me, so they requested that I record one of my sermons and post it online. I apologize that I’m not tech-savvy enough to figure a way to post this in one big video. It’s a 35 minute talk split up into 4 videos (because YouTube hates videos over 10 minutes each). So here they are:
So I’ve been looking into what it takes to self-host my blog for a couple months now. I’ve done some research and have a super-cool-awesome friend helping me.
So it’s time.
I’m migrating. Today actually.
Not sure when I’m going to launch the new site, but I’ve been taking a break for a little while because I’m putting all my effort into the new blog, with a new design, and many more capabilities.
So bear with me. I’ll be back soon.
And better than ever!
A new movie released yesterday about a teenager who goes through some life lessons. This is a great movie to watch! I haven’t seen it yet, but I’ve read a bit on the plot, and it’s worth seeing. It tells the story of a teenager who has decided to stop running after the world and start focusing on Christ. He goes through the same stuff that teenagers are going through today, and the movie takes a clear look at what it takes to make a change. You need to see this! I’m going to be taking a group of students to see this – anyone who wants to see it, let me know and we’ll pick a day! Check out the trailer for yourself. And seriously, if you live in Central Arkansas and want to see this together, comment and let me know you’re interested!
Check your local listings at your local theaters, and be sure to check out the official website for the movie here.