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My first video blog

Hi, here’s my first video blog. Sorry for the way the natural lighting dims near the end, and when the artificial lighting just goes out on me for a second there.

About David James

David James is a man of many attributes: He's a believer in Jesus as the Christ. He's a family man with a wife and two children. He's an entrepreneur with a fledgling business called Beyond the Charts, an Independent Marketer with Manna From Heaven, a writer of both speculative fiction and some spiritual matters. He's a listener of heavy metal with techno, goth, and industrial sounds preferred. He doesn't listen to "Christian radio" and can't stand most "Praise and Worship" music because it comes across so staged and more for entertainment than worship, but he loves the worship coming out of MorningStar Ministries because of the raw intensity of it. He loves scary movies whether it's a creepy ghost story or an intense slasher film, as well as strange humor films, and just loves the spoof films that have come out over the past decade. He thinks Kevin Smith films are very funny, but doesn't care for it when they speak bad of Jesus. His favorite novelist of all time is Stephen King. His favorite sci-fi novelist is Kevin J. Anderson. Other novelists he enjoys are too numerous to mention here. For Spiritual reading he turns to Billy Graham, Mike Murdock, Rick Joyner, John Bunyan, Ellen White, Herbert Armstrong, Martin Zender, and R.A. Torrey. He enjoys financial and self-help books ranging from Dale Carnegie to Zig Ziglar to Donald Trump to Robert Kiyosaki. The one thing that irritates him is when people don't show respect, yet want respect from those they don't show it to.

2 comments on “My first video blog

  1. Props to you, David. I am not sure I am brave enough to do a video blog. My kids screaming in the background might make everyone run away. That and I would have to brush my crazy big hair. 😛

    • Yeah, I know what you mean about the thing with kids. That’s why I made sure they were both in the other room while doing this. Interestingly enough, on the other times I filmed this – my “test runs” as it were – they were both awake and playing, so it was a stern warning of instruction to D.J. to stay back there with his sister. Tonight? They were both asleep when I started, although I heard Tehilla awake near the end of it. If you pay close attention, you won’t hear her, but you might notice when I first heard her. I make one of my many verbal flubs. 😉

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