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Jason Custer


David Dunn: The Theology of “For the Life of Me”

My friend David Dunn just released his new album recently called For the Life of Me. It’s really a great album, both lyrically and musically (if you’re into pop music) – and so you should go buy it from iTunes or Amazon right now.…

March 28, 2012
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Redeeming My Commute: Audio Bible

  I have found a new way to redeem my commute around Dallas. Typically, I will listen to a sermon/lecture in the mornings while I drive to class/work, and then listen to music in the afternoon/evening when I get off. Recently, though, I have begun…

February 23, 2012

Book Review: “Enemies of the Heart” by Andy Stanley

My first exposure to Andy Stanley was a few years ago when I was working at a summer camp named TbarM Camp Travis. Once a week all the staff there watched a sermon series he was going through on video as our Bible study.…

February 10, 2012

Where is God? (Part II)

Sometimes when I read I will come across a line in a book that impacts me so much that it is riveted in my memory for a couple days before I can really say why it struck me. I will mull over it in…

October 4, 2011

Where is God? (Part I)

This past week I finished reading Elie Wiesel’s Nightfor a class on anthropology I am taking this semester. It is a young boy’s recounting of the horrors of the Holocaust as he lived through the concentration camp at Auschwitz. Although it is a short book, it…

October 1, 2011

The Last Words of a Song Can Make a Song: “My Grace…”

I bought the early release of Shane & Shane’s new album The One You Need this week, and I have been absolutely loving it (You can download it at their website:! Their sound keeps slowly changing, so I’ve had to listen to the CD a…

August 10, 2011

Book Review: “The Final Summit” by Andy Andrews

The Final Summitis a book that tries to wrap life principles in a historical fiction exterior. It is somewhat of a continuation of the story from Andy Andrews’ earlier book, The Traveler’s Gift(which I also read, per someone’s suggestion). To be entirely honest, I…

August 8, 2011