Friday, November 30, 2007

Steady Pace

Img_0573Progress on "Dark Ritual" is moving forward at a steady, even pace. Out of some 30 scenes we've now completed primary mixing on nearly 12, putting us between one third and one half of the way to completion. We've also finished mixing on nearly three songs for the project.

As we head into the Christmas season and the extra activity that always brings, we're very excited to be on schedule for our spring release of "Dark Ritual". Hopefully you're excited along with us!

Have a great weekend!

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Yay For Dialogue!

Img_0529Can I just say how wonderful it is to be working on some dialogue centered scenes?

Granted, in audio drama, dialogue is the center of almost every scene, but as the artform has entered the modern age, sound effects have become more complex and the audio experience more layered than it ever was during the golden days of radio drama in the 30's.

We aim to be a production company that pushes the complexity and layering of audio effects even further. More of our action scenes are being expressed through sound effects alone, with little or no dialogue to "spoon-feed" visual descriptions to you. It makes for a great challenge that requires a lot of thought and time spent editing. I think the result is well worth the effort, but even so, I'm thrilled to have reached a few scenes in a row where people are in rooms having conversations. Although, does it still count as a conversation when one person talking is also being tortured into feverish, puking, delirium? Hmm... Maybe this scene won't be as simple as I thought.

Now where did I put that "vomit splattering" sound effect...

-Paeter Frandsen

Monday, November 26, 2007

In Search Of Truth, Acts 4

Acts, Chapter 4

For the first time we see this rapidly growing "movement" encounter opposition from the religious leaders. The Sadducees were a Jewish sect descended from the priestly bloodline. They had a lot of political power in Israel and controlled both the temple and the priesthood. They also considered only the Torah (the first five books of the Old Testament) to be holy and did not believe in any possible resurrection for those who die.

Since their aristocratic positions gave them prominence, comfort and power, they were very motivated to maintain the social status quo and knew that the ideas Peter and John were sharing could eventually hurt the Sadducees.

Soon, Peter and John stood before some of the same religious leaders that condemned Jesus, namely Annas and Caiaphas. The Holy Spirit continues to give Peter a newly forged confidence as he quotes Psalm 118:22, telling these religious leaders that they have rejected Jesus, the foundational figure of God's people. Peter continues with a statement that stings the ears of our post-modern relativism: "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we must be saved." The Bible continually affirms the controversial idea that although salvation has come FOR anyone, it doesn't come FROM just anyone.

Despite undeniable miraculous evidence, Israel's supreme court, made up of rulers, elders and religious teachers (called "The Sanhedrin"), still made an effort to ignore and even cover up the truth so that they could maintain the comfort they'd grown used to in life.

This presents an opportunity for us to examine ourselves. Take a moment and ask yourself a couple of questions:

1.Where in my life might I be ignoring truth to hold onto a little more comfort?

2. Am I willing to re-examine the Bible with an openness to learning something new or even contrary to what I believe now, or am I only willing to explore those parts of the Bible that will confirm what I already believe?

Ultimately, the Sanhedrin is stuck between a rock and a hard place regarding what to do with Peter and John and so they let both men go free.

At the close of this chapter we're reminded of the importance of being spiritually active with other believers. After meeting and praying together, this group of "Christ-followers" was blessed by God to be even more effective in their ability to serve him and share the truth with others. They also made a habit of caring for each other's needs in very practical ways.

Next week: We'll see both persecution and corruption within the new and growing church and how the Apostles "perform" under pressure.

Coffee House Question:

Have you ever changed your mind about something you thought or believed for most of your life? If so, what did you change your mind about?

Friday, November 23, 2007

What We Can All Be Thankful For!

Biblepod2 Regardless of where we are at in life, we've all got one thing we can be thankful for. Take a look at Psalm 136-

Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to the God of gods. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to the Lord of lords. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who alone does mighty miracles. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who made the heavens so skillfully. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who placed the earth on the water. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who made the heavenly lights- His faithful love endures forever.

the sun to rule the day, His faithful love endures forever.

and the moon and stars to rule the night. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who killed the firstborn of Egypt. His faithful love endures forever.

He brought Israel out of Egypt. His faithful love endures forever.

He acted with a strong hand and powerful arm. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who parted the Red Sea. His faithful love endures forever.

He led Israel safely through, His faithful love endures forever.

but he hurled Pharaoh and his army into the sea. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who led his people through the wilderness. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to him who struck down mighty kings. His faithful love endures forever.

He killed powerful kings- His faithful love endures forever.

Sihon king of the Amorites, His faithful love endures forever.

and Og king of Bashan. His faithful love endures forever.

God gave the land of these kings as an inheritance- His faithful love endures forever.

a special possession to his servant Israel. His faithful love endures forever.

He remembered our utter weakness. His faithful love endures forever.

He saved us from our enemies. His faithful love endures forever.

He gives food to every living thing. His faithful love endures forever.

Give thanks to the God of heaven. His faithful love endures forever.

Think it's possible there is something in this Psalm that God really wants to hammer into our heads?

We hope you're having a great Thanksgiving weekend and that you're remembering this incredible truth that we can all thank God for! "His faithful love endures... forever"!

See you Monday!

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Another scene done!/BIG Price Drop!!

Img_0528Finished another big action sequence today! This one was a lot of fun. Cyborg blasters verses magic spells! The next three scenes I work on will be dialogue centered, which will be a nice change of pace and they will probably be completed more quickly as well.

I was thrilled to discover that is #2 in the Yahoo search results when using the term "Christian sci-fi"! We've also now made it to the first page of results in google using the same search term. (And of course we're number one when searching with the phrase "spirit blade".)

If you've stopped by our website this week, you may have noticed that we've dropped the price for both the CD and mp3 download of "Spirit Blade"! The CD set (originally $15.00) is now just $7.99 (shipping is still free!) and the mp3 download (originally $10.00) is now only $5.99! We've also made the entire first HOUR of "Spirit Blade" available to download for FREE in high quality mp3 format.

With everything going on, it's never been a better time to visit!

Have a great Thanksgiving!

-Paeter Frandsen

Monday, November 19, 2007

"Spirit Blade" On The Radio!

Img_0589 We have a VERY exciting announcement today!

"Spirit Blade", our premiere audio drama, will be broadcast this Tuesday night on CKDU FM in Halifax at 9pm Atlantic time. Several other Canadian radio stations will be airing it also throughout the week. For a list of these affiliate stations, visit and click on "Syndicate Stations" in the upper right of the page. And while you're there you may like to get aquainted with the sonic society if you're a fan of Audio Drama!

And if you'd REALLY like to help us out and you live within frequency range of any of these stations, give them a call or pepper them with e-mails after the broadcast and tell them you loved hearing "Spirit Blade"!

In Search Of Truth, Acts 3

Acts Chapter 3

Peter and John, two of the disciples closest to Jesus, are going to a prayer service together. The crippled man that begs for money gets much more than he asked for when he is healed. Peter is quick to take advantage of the opportunity, speaking with boldness and clarity about Jesus.

When Peter blames his listeners for Jesus’ death, he may be doing so literally. Jesus crucifixion had only been a few weeks earlier and since they, like many religious Jews, were on their way to a service at the temple, there may have been some present who also cheered on the death of Jesus. Even so, Peter makes it clear that they can have their record of sin wiped clean (v.19-20) by repenting (having genuine remorse for sin and a “change of mind” regarding how they want to live) and trusting in who Jesus is.

This promise still exists today. Regardless of what we have done, we all have the opportunity to “change our minds” and choose to trust and follow Jesus, the Christ.

Peter also used prophecy and Old Testament writing to make his case to a Jewish audience. He reminded them that God promised a special prophet that would be like Moses. Although there had been several prophets between Moses and Jesus, no prophet until Jesus had led God’s people in such a significant way. Moses had been used to rescue them from a life of slavery in
and now Jesus, even more importantly, was rescuing people from lives of slavery to sin and saving them from a just but terrifying judgment after life on earth.

Peter paraphrases Moses words, which you can see for yourself in Deuteronomy 18:15-19. And although the Jews were chosen by God to represent him to the world, God told Abraham that through his descendants, the entire world would be blessed. (Genesis 12:3,
) The forgiveness and freedom promised through trusting in Jesus is not just for the Jews to enjoy. It’s for the whole world. We’ll see this more as we continue through Acts and watch the Apostles begin reaching those outside of Jerusalem.

Next Week: The heat is turned up for Peter and John as they face jail time and the religious leaders of Jerusalem!

Coffee House Question:

What is something you are very grateful or thankful for in your life right now?

Friday, November 16, 2007

Just Like Magic!

Sonar Although there are still a few maintenance issues to resolve, we've been able to move forward again with mixing for "Dark Ritual". Currently we're designing new sound effects to represent a supernatural force that our heroes will be up against. The sci-fi and fantasy genres collide even more in this story than they did in "Spirit Blade", and we're enjoying the challenge of bringing a distinctly "magical" sound into a story that has, until this point, been dominated by sci-fi elements.

We're also counting down to our big price drop next week on the 23rd. Both the CD set and digital download for "Spirit Blade" will be reduced significantly in price, making it easier than ever to join the gripping action experienced by the Underground Liberation!

Lastly, we've added another free download to the "Media" section of It's a featurette comparing audio clips from the very first read-through of "Spirit Blade" to the final product! Paeter Frandsen(Merikk), Michael Tully(Raan) and Michael E. Bryce(Isaiah) were all present for this historic event and you can tell by listening that they had a blast not taking themselves, or the script, too seriously! You don't want to miss this candid look at the origins of "Spirit Blade"! Jump over to and click on "Media" to check it out and listen in!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Back on Track!!/Holiday Season

Img_0565 It's great to be back on track with mixing! Since I've been working through scenes in close to chronological order, I was able to listen to the whole story so far yesterday before jumping back in. Now I'll be delving into some new genre-bending sounds, ambiences and effects as our heroes are taken from their "sci-fi" environment and thrown into combat with what appears to be a group of dark robed wizards in the middle of a dense forest! Just what the frezz is going on here?! That's what Merikk, Raan and Vincent are all thinking right about now. Only time will tell!

I wanted to let you all know that there are some VERY exciting events coming up this holiday season! We'll start things off with another big (and permanent!) price drop for both the CD and digital download of "Spirit Blade", just in time to stuff the stocking of your sci-fi fantasy fan this Christmas! Watch for the price drop to happen November 23rd.

We'll also be making nearly half of "Spirit Blade" available to download in high quality audio format for free! That will be happening at around the same time, but we'll be sure to make an announcement.

Lastly, (and this is a BIG one!) right around Christmas we're gonna... hmm. No, I think I'll let that one be a surprise!

See ya!

-Paeter Frandsen

Monday, November 12, 2007

In Search Of Truth, Acts 2

Acts, Chapter 2

The small but growing group of believers encounters God in a major way when the Holy Spirit comes to their meeting and enters into many of these new believers for the first time. (The Apostles received the Holy Spirit in at least some sense already when Jesus breathed on them in John 20:22, but this may have been the completion of the work started there.)

The Holy Spirit gives this group of believers the ability to speak in existing foreign languages that they ordinarily did not speak. Like a good historian, Luke gives very specific references to each country represented among the witnesses of this event.

Before Christ came to do his work on earth, the Holy Spirit entered and left the hearts of God's followers in response to God's will. It was unheard of for the Holy Spirit to be so commonly active in a large group of people. But Peter uses Joel 2:28-32 to remind his Jewish listeners that this kind of widespread activity from the Holy Spirit was prophesied a long time ago in connection to the time leading up to the Messiah's arrival to judge the world.

Peter makes a point here that is so often missed by our culture today. Jesus was given over to be crucified as part of God's plan for humanity. While those who crucified Jesus were responsible for their actions before God, it was also God's choice to allow Jesus to be crucified in order to pay for our mistakes and allow us to have a right relationship with God. Jesus was not just a martyr we should honor or a victim we should pity. Peter boldly states here that although evil was intended by humans, it was God's plan all along to use it for the greatest good humanity has ever known.

Peter explains that Psalm 16:11, written by King David, was a prophecy of the Messiah, who would be descended from David.

For Jesus' genealogy you can check out Matthew 1:1-16 (Genealogy from Joseph's side. Although Jesus was not related to him by blood, genealogies were valued and ordered by the male side, not the female.) and Luke 3:23-31 (A genealogy of Jesus believed to be traced on Mary's side, given the wording and the name "Eli" listed for Jacob's father. We believe Eli was very likely his father-in-law, Mary's biological father.)

Peter explains that Jesus fulfills this prophecy since, although David died, Jesus was not abandonded to Hades, nor did his body have time to undergo the ravages of decay.

Likewise, Psalm 110:1 was confusing to Jews for many years until Jesus came and provided an understanding that God is more than one in person, which is why David could say, "The Lord said to my Lord..."

Peter says that God has made Jesus both Lord (meaning master, or we might say "boss") and Christ (meaning "Anointed One" a prophetic name for the Messiah of Old Testament prophecy).

When those listening realized there was real truth in what Peter was saying, they asked him what to do. Peter uses the Greek word "metanoesate" for "repent". This word indicates regret for one's actions, but also a change of mind, resulting in a different view and understanding of things. When we are called to "repent", God wants us to recognize and have genuine regret for our sins and to have a real desire to change the way we live so we can follow God more closely.

Although some believe that the act of baptism is required for salvation, Peter doesn't use the same "command language" for this in the Greek. While we are still meant to be baptized as a tangible symbol of what God has done spiritually, it is not an act that is required in order to have the promise of forgiveness and eternal life.

Take a look at verses 42-47 and imagine what this kind of church would be like today! Imagine a church today with people who devote themselves to learning from the Bible, who have a strong sense of community, who pray together and for each other, who witness God do amazing things in their lives, who readily share their possessions and who sacrifice financially to help the poor. Imagine a church where people are sincere and aren't simply putting on "good Christian" appearances, where people genuinely love to focus on God and draw people's attention to how awesome he is and where every day there are new people coming and more that are choosing for the very first time to believe in and follow "the Christ".

Now... why don't we ask ourselves, "What can I do to help create this kind of atmosphere at my church?" It can be easy to complain and blame the leaders of our churches for not doing enough to make this kind of church a reality. But the truth is that the kind of church described here existed because EVERYONE was involved in "making it happen." Consider having a heart-to-heart talk and reality check with God this week and ask him, "What part do you want me to play?"

Next Week: More miracles and the "New and Improved Peter" keeps telling it like it is!

Coffee House Question:
What are one or two things that you would really love to be true of the people or atmosphere at a church you attend? (Not necessarily your real church, but an ideal church.)

Friday, November 9, 2007

Computers Suck

Topx_laptopultraport_180 Sometimes computers are just very, very lame. This has been one of those weeks. Our files for "Dark Ritual" are backed up and safe, but this has been a "computer maintenance week" and so not a lot of creative advances toward the completion of "Dark Ritual" have taken place. Still, these parts of the puzzle are just as vital and so while it's not as fun, we're doing what's needed anyway.

Have a great three day weekend!

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Playing Catch-up!

Img_0526 Busy, busy! This week I've had to put some of Spirit Blade Productions on the back burner. After my weekend out of town I raced to catch up with various things on Sunday night before starting a three day gig with the public schools.

Naturally I'm bummed to not be working on "Dark Ritual" much right now, especially since after a weekend of playing fantasy boardgames with my friend Mark, I feel more inspired than ever to create! Still, sometimes you've gotta go with the gig that pays better.

Tomorrow will hopefully be a productive day, although I've been running into some issues with my computer lately that I may need to look into before getting back into "Dark Ritual". Have no fear, I've backed up all of my work to an external hard drive and will continue to make that a habit.

So there's the skinny at the moment. Catcha later!

-Paeter Frandsen

Monday, November 5, 2007

In Search Of Truth, Proverbs Topical Guide

We're giving a little extra preparation time to Acts Chapter 2 and so will post some thoughts on that next week. This week, we thought you might enjoy a topical guide that Paeter put together two years ago for the book of Proverbs. Although the book of proverbs contains incredible wisdom that we can still learn from and apply to our lives today, the book itself is not organized by topic. Below you'll find the results of Paeter's personal journey through the book of Proverbs. Feel free to print this guide out and keep it in your Bible for those times when you need to hear the wisdom of God applied to a situation you're facing.

See you next week for Acts, Chapter 2!

Coffee House Question:

How would you describe someone who is WISE? How is this different from being INTELLIGENT?

PROVERBS Topical Guide

Resources/ Finances- 3:9-10, 6:1-5, 10:15-16, 22, 11:4, 15-16, 18, 24-26, 28, 12:27, 13:8, 11, 22-23, 14:4, 20-21, 24, 30, 15:6, 15-16, 27, 16:8, 17:8, 16, 18, 18:11, 16, 23, 19:4, 6, 7, 14, 17, 20:16, 21, 21:5, 6, 13, 17, 20, 25, 26, 30, 22:1, 2, 7, 9, 16, 26-27, 23:4-8, 23, 24:27, 27:12, 13, 23-27, 28:6, 8, 11, 15, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29:3, 7, 14, 30:8, 9

Provision- 10:3, 29-30, 11:8, 12:7, 21, 13:21, 25, 14:8, 11, 26-27, 15:3, 25, 29, 16:1, 3, 6, 9, 15, 17, 20, 33, 18:10, 19:12, 21, 23, 20:4, 13, 24, 21:5, 13, 30, 31, 23:17-18, 27:7, 28:6, 25, 26, 30:5

Pride- 3:7, 34, 11:2, 12:9, 13:10, 15:33, 16:5, 18-19, 17:9, 18:1, 12, 20:9, 22, 21:4, 22, 24, 25:3, 6-8, 27, 26:1, 8, 12, 27:1, 2, 21, 28:11, 26, 29:23, 30:12, 13, 30:32

Godliness- 10:6-7, 9, 20, 27, 29-32, 11:4, 5-6, 10-11, 19-21, 28, 30, 12:2, 5, 10, 12, 28, 13:5-6, 9, 21, 25, 14:2, 9, 11, 14, 19, 34, 15:8-9, 26, 33, 16:2, 6, 8, 14, 17, 31, 17:5, 18:3, 19:16, 20:2, 9, 11, 21:3, 4, 8, 10, 21, 22:4, 24:15-16, 24:21-22, 25:26, 28:1, 4, 7, 9, 12, 29:7, 16, 18, 24, 27

Correction-3:11-12, 6:20-23, 9:7-9, 10:8, 10, 17, 11:14, 12:1, 15, 13:1, 10, 13-14, 18, 15:2, 5, 10, 12, 14, 22, 31-32, 16:20-21, 17:10-12, 18:15, 19:3, 20, 25, 27, 20:5, 12, 18, 30, 21:11, 22:17, 18, 23:9, 12, 19, 23, 24: 5-6, 26, 25: 11, 12, 27:5, 6, 9, 17, 28:14, 29:1, 18

Love/Hate- 10:12, 11:17,25, 12:2,10,20, 13:2, 14:17,21-22,35, 15:1, 16:27, 17:5,13, 20:22,28, 21:10,21, 22:16, 24:15-16, 17-18, 25:17,20,21-22, 26:21, 27:3, 28:3, 29:13, 30:14

Serving- 3:27-28, 14:21, 17:17, 18:16, 19:6,17,

Pain- 14:13, 17:22, 18:14

Conflict(resolution)- 10:18, 11:29, 14:9, 15:7, 16:7,14, 17:11, 18:18-19, 20:3,22, 22:10, 24-25, 24:8-9, 25:21-22, 26:4, 5, 17, 20, 21, 29:22

Sacrifice- 14:4, 18:16, 21:3, 25:4

Leadership—14:28, 34-35, 15:22, 16:3, 10,12,13, 14-15, 25, 32, 17:7, 19:10,12, 25, 20:8, 26, 28, 21:1, 22:11, 24:7, 25:2,3, 5, 6-7, 26: 6, 8, 10, 28:2, 12, 15, 16, 21, 28, 29:2, 4, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 26, 31:4-5

The Heart- 4:23, 14:10, 12, 15:8, 11, 13, 15, 16:2, 17:3, 20, 22, 18:8, 14, 19:2, 20:9, 27, 21:2, 27, 22:11, 23:19, 26, 24:12, 27:19

Hope/Fear- 10:24-25, 28, 11:7, 23, 31, 12:3, 7, 21, 25, 28, 13:12, 19, 21, 14:11, 14, 26, 27, 30, 32, 15:24-25, 29, 16:4, 9, 17, 33, 17:3, 18:10, 19:21, 23, 20:24, 28, 21:30, 31, 23:17-18, 24:10, 19-20, 28:1, 29:25

Words/Language- 4:24, 10:11, 13-14, 18-21, 31-32, 11:9, 11-13, 22, 12:5-6, 13-14, 16, 18, 23, 25-26, 13:2-3, 17, 14:3, 23, 15:1-2, 4, 7, 23, 26, 28, 16:23-24, 27-28, 17:4, 7, 9, 14, 19, 20, 27, 28, 18:2, 4, 6-7, 8, 13, 20, 21, 19:28, 20:5, 15, 19, 25, 21:19, 23, 28, 22:11, 14, 17-18, 24:1-2, 9, 25:8-10, 11, 15, 20, 23, 25, 26:6, 7, 9, 18-19, 20, 22, 23, 24-26, 28, 27:14, 28:23, 29:5, 20, 30:6

Integrity/Honesty- 11:1, 3, 5, 12:17, 19-20, 22, 13:5, 7, 17, 14:5, 25, 15:4, 27, 16:11, 13, 29-30, 17:4, 7, 8, 15, 23, 18:17, 19:1, 5, 9, 22, 28, 20:6, 7, 9, 10, 14, 19, 23, 25, 21:6, 14, 28, 22:5, 12, 28, 23:10-11, 24:28-29, 25:14, 18, 19, 26:18-19,23-26, 28, 27:6, 19, 28:6, 10, 13, 16, 18, 20, 21, 23, 29:5, 10, 12, 24, 30:6, 8, 10

Relationships/Marriage- 5:3-6, 7-14, 15-17, 18-23, 6:24-29, 30-35, 7:4-5, 6-27, 12:4, 13:20, 14:1, 7, 22, 15:17, 30, 16:7, 28, 17:1, 17, 19, 18:19, 22, 24, 19:13, 14, 19, 22, 20:6, 21:9, 10, 19, 22:14, 23:27-28, 25:17, 20, 24, 27:10, 14, 15-16, 17, 28:7, 29:3, 30:19, 20, 31:2-3, 10-31

Judging- 11:27, 13:23, 16:10, 17:9, 18:13, 17, 19:11, 20, 8, 24:23-25

Family/Parenting- 13:24, 14:1, 15:20,30, 17:6,17,21,25, 19:13,18,19,25,26, 20:7,20,29, 21:18, 22:6, 15, 23:13-14, 22, 24-25, 26:3, 27:8, 11, 28:24, 29:3,15,17,21, 30:11,17, 31:10-31

Work- 6:6-11, 10:4-5, 26, 12:11, 14, 24, 27, 13:4,11, 14:4, 15-16, 23-24, 15:19, 16:3, 26, 18:9, 19:15, 24, 20:4, 13, 21, 21:5, 17, 25, 26, 22:13, 29, 23:20-21, 24:27, 30-34, 25:13, 26:13-16, 27:18, 28:19

Justice- 11:31, 12:5, 21, 13:6, 14:14, 32, 15:3, 25, 16:5, 12, 17:5, 11, 15, 23, 26, 18:5, 17, 19:5, 9, 28, 29, 20:2, 22, 26, 30, 21:7,11,12,15,18, 22:8, 22-23, 24:11, 17-18, 19-20, 23-25, 28-29, 25:5, 21-22, 26:2,27, 28:4,5,12,17,18,28, 29:6,9,14,26, 31:8-9

Wisdom- 9:10-12, 10:1,13-14,20-21,23, 11:9,30, 12:8,23, 13:15-16,20, 14:3,6,8,18,33, 15:14,21, 16:16,21-22, 17:2,7,24, 18:2,15, 19:2,3,8, 20:29, 21:6, 22:12, 23:1-3, 23,26, 24:3-4, 5-6, 13-14, 25:2, 26:12, 27:12, 22, 28:11, 29:3, 30:24-28

Jealousy- 12:12, 14:30, 23:17-18, 24:1-2, 19-20, 27:4

Sin’s Consequences- 9:16-18, 10:2, 20:1, 17, 25, 23:29-35, 24:17-18, 21-22, 26:27, 29:24,

Discipline/Self-control- 16:32, 20:30, 21:18,29, 22:3, 23:23, 25:15, 16,28, 26:3,11, 27:20, 22, 29:19

Anger- 12:16, 14:17, 29, 15:1, 18, 17:14, 19, 27, 18:1,6, 19:3,11,19, 20:3,22, 22:10,24-25, 24:17-18, 26:27, 29:8,11,22, 30:33

Addiction- 20:1, 23:29-35, 31:4-5, 6-7

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Can Christians Be Freaks?

Ffclogo_2  This was a really good week! We're now approximately 1/3rd of the way through mixing on "Spirit Blade: Dark Ritual" and couldn't be happier with how things are shaping up!

Paeter also had a great interview this week with Stephen Weese, creator of "Fans For Christ", an online community for Christians who like sci-fi, fantasy, comic books, RPGs and all other things "fanatical". Their conversation covered an issue very close to our hearts and relevant to all that we're doing here at Spirit Blade Productions. And you can hear it all right now on the podcast!

This is one you don't want to miss!