reb•e•lu•tion (reb’el lu shen) n. a teenage rebellion against the low expectations of an ungodly culture.


Writing From Montgomery, Alabama

Hello, everyone. Alex and I are enjoying our first day off since arriving in Montgomery, Alabama, Tuesday evening. The last three days have been very exciting and very busy. We have been doing hard things, so it's a good thing that Alex and I enjoy challenges.

I'm afraid this is only going to be a pictures post. Expect lots of posting next week as we cover the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival live from San Antonio. Then, once we return to Alabama, expect to receive more information about the work Alex and I are doing here in Alabama's state capitol. [Note: If you didn't know that Alex and I were in Alabama and/or don't know why we are in Alabama, please click here.]

For now appreciate the beauty of Alabama, the grandeur of the Supreme Court, the strength of Godly leaders, and the wonder of an expert shoe shiner. Click on images to enlarge.

The Alabama Supreme Court Building. It's bigger than it looks:

At a pastor's conference: (l-r) Alex Harris, Justice Tom Parker, Former Chief Justice and gubernatorial candidate Roy Moore, and Brett Harris. Two great men and two fortunate interns:

Getting our shoes shined by Jermaine, considered one of the best shoe shiners in the world. You can see your face in a shoe polished by Jermaine:

Beautiful Alabama:

This is where I walk every morning and evening. There are tons of toads, but I haven't taken a picture of one yet:

[Note: We have thus far avoided picking up southern accents. Keep praying, ya'll!]