Archive for June, 2010

Verde Cellars

My daughter, Jeremia, and her partner, John, have long dreamed of opening an “eco-smart, family-friendly” watering hole. As the first big step towards making this dream a reality, they’re re-opening (and re-naming) a restaurant-bar in Camp Verde that used to be called the “Salt Mine Cellars”. I just finished putting up a website for them and they also have a page up on Facebook. They took the place for a test drive a few weekends ago (to rave reviews) and are gearing up to reopen again over the July 4th weekend. Come check it out…

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The IANDS Group Websites Project

Now here’s something I’m pretty excited about: I just finished putting up my first two IANDS group websites. These websites have been designed to give local IANDS groups a place where they can post information about their local meetings and special events — and introduce new people to the fascinating, possibly life-changing world of near-death experiences. Each website has the same basic functionality and content. For a small set-up fee, I create a personalized version of this website for a local group, then host it at reduced cost, making it super affordable for them while, at the same time, giving them a professional face to the world. Once their website is up and they have learned how to add basic posts, it’s theirs. They can change the preselected content I have built into it, change the color scheme, even drop on a completely different WordPress template on, if they want to. The first two sites to go live are Sedona IANDS and LA IANDS. San Diego IANDS is next.

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IANDS Group Leaders Network

If you’ve been following my work closely, you probably noticed that I am getting increasingly involved in all facets of the near-death experience movement. First I created the NHNE Near-Death Resource Center & Social Network (which currently has 63 members). After that, I created a network on Facebook and Twitter, which I use primarily as news feeds. Next came a network to support IANDS Group Leaders, who are the people on the front lines, hosting groups in their local communities. While only IANDS-affiliated group leaders are able to join this network, the home page is public and offers some great resources to the general public, including a side bar that lists IANDS Groups around the U.S.. Come check it out!

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My Mother Talking About Her Encounter With Jesus

This is a video of my mother, Donna Magrath, talking about an encounter she had with Jesus in 1976. She was 43 at the time. I was 22. My brother was 19. She told us about the experience when we arrived to visit her in San Leandro, California. I wanted to get this recorded while she was still here to tell the tale. She was 77 when this was recorded.

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New Wedding Photos

Just finished adding some more new photos to my photo website. Most of these photos are from Anna and Javier’s wedding, which was officiated by Uqualla, a Native American officiate. The newest images can be found here. A special section featuring images of Uqualla are located here.

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Great Blue Wanderers

Set up a blog for Sher Stultz and her daughter, Astra, to serve as home base for their traveling adventure. Also consulted on setting up a Facebook Fan Page and picking the right video camera for the job. Sher decided on a Kodac Zi8 Pocket Video Camera which captures up to 1080p HD, uses SD cards, has an external microphone jack and shoots 5-megapixel still images. The cost, if you can believe it, $157.00!

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New Wedding Photos

Just finished adding a few new photos to my photo website. Come take a look.

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