Fun Friday is Back!

Back by popular demand… Fun Friday is here with your weekly dose of distraction.
Don’t forget to check out my REAL blog posts, like
I’m Not a Writer, But I Play One on the Internet,
Crossing Your No-Mans-Land, or

But now, on to the festivities:
Couch Surfing

Album of the Week:

Center of It All - Desperation BandDesperation Band’s new album, Center of It All is a brilliant addition to their portfolio. Soaring worship tunes are the hallmark of this album, just what you need for some one-on-one time with God.*



Blog Post of the Week:

The Most Important Publishing Platform by Jeff Goins at

Webpage of the Week:

The interactive map of the National Museum of the United States Air Force provides an amazing walk-through of some of the coolest aircraft on the planet. “Immersive” doesn’t even begin to explain it. If you can’t go to Dayton, Ohio in person, this is the next best thing. (P.S. Unless you can’t help it, don’t go to Dayton, Ohio.)

Book of the Week

Day of War, by Cliff Graham: I’ll be writing a full review on it soon, but if you don’t want to wait, you can check it out now. *



News of the Week

Muslims Offer Mosque to Church for Easter Service

Video of the Week:

Take the time to watch this, you won’t regret it.

Caine’s Arcade from Nirvan Mullick on Vimeo.

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  • I love the picture of the kid surfing on the bed. I may have to use it for a background or inspiration it’s so awesome!

  • Thanks Joe…. you can find the original here:

  • Krystal Sims

    I have been to Dayton a bajillion times because my family (and I until I turned 19) lives about 45 minutes north. My youngest brother, who at the time was an Air Force JROTC loved the Air Force Musuem. So on a trip to visit, I went & it was AWESOME! Huge, so many cool planes, set up really nice & free admission! Next time I’m in good old O-hi-o, I’m taking my husband and son there. They’d love it. :)

  • We lived in Dayton for three years–it was my first assignment in the Air Force.  I loved the museum and always took visitors there. Unfortunately, back then Dayton didn’t have too much else going for it.