Back From the Dead


Sounds a little freaky, doesn’t it?

It’s a phrase that really seems to spook some people out.

They usually associate it with zombies.

(I’ve never really liked zombies. Cheap, ugly counterfeits, those buggers. I once gave a ride to a zombie who needed a lift. But he wasn’t a real zombie. That was just his day job. He was nice enough. )

Back from the dead.

It’s about making a comeback—only you come back better than before. You just beat what has been rumored to be the biggest thing that keeps people down (and in the ground)!

You start walking through walls and freaking out your bffs. The one called Thomas just can’t believe it without sticking his hand inside you. Okay, bro . . .

The women caught onto it first, but nobody really seemed to believe them. Because they’re women. (Such highly emotional creatures!)

You decide to do lunch on the beach, and Peter jumps out of his boat just to join you. (The guy really feels bad about the whole “rooster thing,” and is super-happy to see you!)

Back from the dead.

Some Roman guards are about to lose their jobs. (You were supposed to be guarding the tomb, but you flip out when the earth shakes and some glowing dude shows up and rolls the big rock out of the way. How’d the glowing dude get so jacked, anyway?) They lose their minds in fear.

Back from the dead.

High priests are trying to keep a lid on it, but the news is spreading! He’s back. The nutty rabbi who turned water into wine. The crazy one who kept going on about tearing down temples and building them up again. (Guess we know what He meant, now!)

He’s back.

Coming Soon: “Joy News”


Heads up, everybody! I am embarking on a new project to start reporting some amazing things taking place in the world around us.

I have noticed that generally what we focus on is what we tend to have manifest in our lives. On that note, I would really like to see ALL of us have wonderful things happen!

Starting this month, I am going on a hunt for the “gold”—wherever it may be found. I am searching out treasure in hidden places.

My vision is to cover topics ranging from miracles, beauty, good deeds, grace, compassion, wisdom, honor, noble things and just sheer occasions for joy. I want to promote artists whose brave creativity is making the world a better place. I want to find business people with honest hearts who desire to see everyone prosper. I want to find the ones who dare simply out of a firm conviction that God is good—and that everyone was created to be blessed out of their mind!

My first official article will cover up-and-coming artist and recent SCAD graduate Christine Burney’s recent art exhibition in Atlanta, GA. Be on the look out for this article! You will not want to miss.