The Blog of Darryl Dash

This blog is about how Jesus changes everything. He changes:

Our relationship with God

Our relationship with others

Our vocations - how we live and work in this world

Our ministries

This blog exists to explore some of the ways that Jesus changes everything. It provides resources and articles that will help you think about the ways that Jesus can change every part of your life.

The Lord himself invites you to a conference concerning your immediate and endless happiness, and He would not have done this if He did not mean well toward you. Do not refuse the Lord Jesus who knocks at your door; for He knocks with a hand which was nailed to the tree for such as you are. Since His only and sole object is your good, incline your ear and come to Him. Hearken diligently, and let the good word sink into your soul. (C.H. Spurgeon, All of Grace)

Filtering by Category: Entertainment

Not another Bono post

A fascinating conversation with Bono about his faith:

With spontaneous eloquence, he said being a worship leader must be "the highest of all art forms, to worship and call people into the presence of God."

Clearly aware of the ironies of his new faith-based campaign, Bono admitted, "If me 10 years ago would have heard me say what I said today, I wouldn't believe me."

Bono spent nearly 45 minutes with us and loosened up a lot as the conversation went on. He would have kept going, but his handlers cut the session off. He was thoughtful and candid, a performer who didn't appear to be performing. And he was enormously compelling, especially when he described the people he has met in his travels in Africa who put real "flesh and bones" on the purpose of his campaign.


bob.blog: Rolling Stones... ugh. Gimme U2

From bob.blog::

No SuperBowl show before and none after will ever match U2...

I realize they had the weight of history with/behind them... but they rose to the occasion and took us along with them.

When Bono walks down the stage praying "Oh Lord, open my lips that I might show forth Thy praise" I still get chills.

Absolutely amazing.

Indeed. And you can get the video here. It's been known to reduce a grown man to tears...almost.

Update: The Stones stole U2's ellipse - but, as someone's quipped, the Stones version is called the "e-lips". I know, really bad. Nice stage though.