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Twin Peaks Influence

I got to spend some time with 4 young men who love their Lord and want to impact their campus. How awesome is that. 3 of them were from Poway High School and wanted to know how they could plug into the FCA huddle there and get more involved. The 4th young man was from Twin Peaks Middle School and was going to lead the charge to get an FCA huddle started.

While we were sitting outside Starbucks going through the details of starting a huddle, several of his friends walked by and each one gave him a high five. I thought to myself this kid has influence. What’s more exciting, He wants to use it to share Jesus’ love.

 

7 comments (Add your own)

1. Miguel wrote:
Thought you might like this one Snakedance. It's been in the pipeline for a while. Not quite the mseatrpiece homage I had envisaged, but it will do for now. I also had an idea for a clothing line called Ghostwood for a while too not sure about copyright with that one.

Thu, August 30, 2012 @ 11:42 AM

2. Touil wrote:
While I do see the value of the big trees, aesthetics-wise I love the dry, soft nivate hillside hues that change color with each season. Aesthetics are so subjective maybe that landscape isn't the best fit for Sutro but labeling it as ugly might lead to it's being bulldozed in other places, or turned into something less unique and special.(I know you didn't call it ugly per se but )

Sat, September 1, 2012 @ 10:46 PM

3. Alyssa wrote:
Mustangs were incredible in the late 1960s. I LOVED mine and we kept it for 16 years. It was also an auaomttic shift, so not as valuable as the standards. Of all the cars I've ever had that was my favorite. Many of my friends had them too! We'd park side by side in the university parking lot whenever we could.

Sat, September 1, 2012 @ 10:57 PM

4. Santiago wrote:
I've had a couple of Twin Peaks pinccis, but CKChew and GG are right: on most days it's more like summiting K2 than a typical picnic. But I've heard tell that every now and then there's actually sun up there.

Sat, September 1, 2012 @ 11:02 PM

5. Alejandra wrote:
I was 3 years old Definitely NOT into Twin Peaks at the time, but my mom was watching it on TV and went to see the movie. I don't rmeember that, of course, but she told me she was a huge fan of the series. However, she had completely forgotten about it, and when I bought the DVD of the series a few years ago, she rediscovered while I was watching it for the first time. Oooow, yeaaah, I rmeember that ! It's that awesome David Lynch show from the 1990s ! Anyway I wish I was born at the time TP was released, I would have loved to follow the show on TV every week, to watch the movie on a big screen, to attend the first TP Fest Yeah, that would have been great. But it's never too late to become a fan I've been more than obsessed with Twin Peaks for quite a few years now. =)

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