About The Author

Jason was born in 1976 in a very small town by the name of Hazard, located in the coal mines of eastern Kentucky.  This is not to be confused with the Dukes of Hazzard, who lived in Hazzard the county, not Hazard the town.  From age 4 on, he lived in another small farming town called Springfield.  He is the oldest of four siblings, currently ages 30, 22, and 19.  He left home to study at Kentucky Christian College in 1994, graduated in 1998, and immediately moved to Knoxville, TN, where he still resides today.

He has a wonderful wife named Erin, and a 6 1/2 year old son, Elijah (Eli).  Eli will be starting 1st grade fall 2010, and Jason just doesn’t know what to think about that.

Jason works at Threds, a company that provides custom art designs, screenprinting, embroidery, logo branding, and promotional products.  His job is to help administrate and oversee the technical/website/product development for several retail merchandise websites that Threds operates.

He wonders if a return to full time ministry is in his future, but understands that is totally God’s decision.  And he’s very thankful that you’ve taken time to read this blog.

(Authors Note:  Don’t worry, Jason does not normally refer to himself in the third person.)

Comments
  1. Derek says:

    Jason,

    Hey man it is really good to hear from you. I am really glad that you found my blog and actually tried something from it. I am not real sure how many people really look at it, but it is good to know that it gave you some inspiration. A lot of foods are that way, (tasting better the next day) it gives different flavors a chance to mingle a bit, and becomes even better.

    Anyways, it is good to hear from you and i am glad that you have a blog to keep up with. I am really just getting started in the blogging world, and it is cool to see what others are saying, and it is a great way to keep up with people. I hope to someday see you at crossisngs again. I wish we could get down to Knoxville more often. Who knows what God has in store, maybe someday we will live there again.

    God bless you, brother, and Merry Christmas!!

    derek

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