A few months ago some friends and I drove from San Diego to Rosarito, Mexico for a little weekend surf trip. I was running a little low on money at the time so rather than spending a couple hundred dollars renting a water housing, I decided to spend $15 dollars on a few disposable 35mm cameras.

As expected focus and framing were definite issues and the waves were mediocre, but I still love the mood of these photos.

YES! Suggsy is killin’ it with a disposable and 1,200+ notes. 

Can I say something to young ladies here? I’m trying to pick my words carefully here. Your husband, whoever he is, single ladies, will have an unbelievable amount of influence over your sons and daughters in regards to spiritual things. If you want your children to love Jesus deeply, hold out for a man that is Godly. And let me tell you this: I am well aware that Godly men are rare. Lots of neat Christian boys, not a lot of Godly men. And we’re working our tails off for you to try to develop some into that. But don’t settle, because it’s better that you be lonely now than you be married and lonely later. Are you tracking with me? It is better that you be lonely now than for you to get married to a man that will teach your kids everything but the way of Jesus.

Matt Chandler (via amandaandinteriors)

Chandler always speaking truth.



SHOWTIME will premiere captivating new original documentary LOST SONGS: THE BASEMENT TAPES CONTINUED on Friday, November 21st at 9:00 p.m. Produced by Oscar winner T Bone Burnett and Sam Jones and directed by Jones, the documentary chronicles the recording of new music from long-lost lyrics penned by legendary songwriter Bob Dylan. 

LOST SONGS: THE BASEMENT TAPES CONTINUED is an exclusive and intimate look at five of today’s most acclaimed artists - Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens (Carolina Chocolate Drops), Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), Jim James (My Morning Jacket) and Marcus Mumford (Mumford & Sons) – as they create music for two-dozen recently discovered lyrics written by Bob Dylan. 

This is going to be good.

If the world is sane, then Jesus is mad as a hatter and the Last Supper is the Mad Tea Party. The world says, mind your own business, and Jesus says, there is no such thing as your own business. The world says, follow the wisest course and be a success, and Jesus says, follow me and be crucified. The world says, drive carefully, the life you save may be your own— and Jesus says, whoever would save his own life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for my sake will find it. The world says, law and order, and Jesus says, Love. The world says, get, and Jesus says, give. In terms of the world’s sanity, Jesus is crazy as a coot, and anybody who thinks he can follow Him without being a little bit crazy too is laboring less under a cross than under a delusion.
Frederick Buechner, Listen to Your Life (via enlatierracomoenelcielo)