All About the Hosts: Jesse!

Name: Jesse Brohinsky

Age: I’m gonna go ahead and say 20, because my birthday is in 3 days.

City of Residence: City? No cities here. I live in the village of Hanover, CT.

Home Church: Christian Fellowship Church in Scotland, CT.

Church where my heart is: Honestly, Christian Fellowship Church. They are as close to Ekklesia as I’ve ever seen a church be.

Plans for the future: Getting married to my best friend, and working as an IT Technician for Wycliffe Bible Translators through their service branch (JAARS)

Favorite Pizza topping: Pepperoni, Mushrooms, and Black Olives.

Is there something others would say you say too much? Not really, my vocabulary tends to be exhaustive enough to avoid unnecessary repetition. I do talk about Computers too much though.

Where you feel God is calling you: I know I am called to the missions field as an IT Technician, but I cannot say where God wants me geographically. There’s always the possibility of traveling to many different places, but it’s hard to move a family. God has something epic planned, that’s all I know.

Bad habit: Fingernail biting. I do it when I get nervous, or when something is going wrong. This happens at least 47.6 times a day in the Information Technology field.

Pet Peeves: People assuming that I have more capabilities than I really have, or worse yet, signing me up for some task that I don’t have the ability to complete.

Bad online habit: Cycling through my favorite sites, hoping to catch a new post… instead of actually living a healthy and normal life.

If you had one super power, what would it be? The ability to manipulate energy in all its forms.

Something people don't think or know about you after they meet you: Even though I am a massive nerd, I barely ever read anything other than news.

Is there something you do that you wish you could change? I need an extra helping of humility, but I’m too proud to ask for it.

If there was one thing you want God to give you while you are on Earth, what is it? Dates and times of His plan for my life, so I can move without fear of going against His will.

If there is one thing in the average church today you could change, what would it be? Rumor mills, and bickering over useless things like musical style. Oh wait, that’s two…

What did God use in your life to bring you to Him? A Sunday School teacher and an older brother.

Life Verse: I’m in between Life Verses at the moment. (Which is funny, because a Life Verse should to last a Lifetime, I suppose.) My previous LV was Proverbs 3:5-6 (Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and he will make your paths straight.) I had focused on this verse when I was confused about God’s will for my life. Now that God has made most of it clear to me, it’s just a simple (haha) matter of obedience. It’s funny how the simple matters are always the toughest to achieve.

One thing you'd like people to know: The only thing the world needs (other than an Ecclesiastic revolution) is a Linux uprising; then the world will be made complete.

In your opinion, what is something missing in most Christians today? A desire to be truly happy in what God has provided freely for them.

Mel Gibson or Kevin Costner: William Shatner.
Cat or Dog: Cat. Specifically an evil cat… The sort who lies awake at night, waiting for the most opportune moment to remove your eyeballs with her claws.
White or Black: I was told once (by an African-American woman who had just hit on me) that I would “hook up with a black chick someday.” I certainly wouldn’t have minded dating a black girl, but God had a beautiful Irish/French Canadian girl planned for me instead. I’m sure that’s not what you meant by that question.
Wood or Carpet (floors): Wood is best when it comes to appearance. But when I was younger, I was always envious of those people who had the carpeted stairs that you could slide down without hurting your bottom.
Intel or AMD: ARM Cortex A8, overclocked to 900Mhz. If I have to stick within x86-64bit, I must say I have never had an AMD chip fail on me, but Intel is teaming up with Nokia, so they get points too.
Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter: Lord of the Rings. Definitely.
Angels or Demons: Daemons. Ha! I just made a computer joke! (Daemons are background processes in Linux based operating systems. They’re kinda like Services in Microsoft Windows.)
Hymns or Contemporary: Contemporary songs are great in staying musically relevant to today’s age, but I just haven’t heard many contemporary songs with the same theological impact as Hymns… I’m gonna have to say Hymns in a contemporary style.
Whole or 2% Milk: Whole
White or red meat: Red meat.
Paper or Plastic: Paper, because my evil cat loves playing in paper bags.
High heels or Flats: High heels, so I can be taller than my girlfriend. Wait…

What is something you prayed for the last time you prayed? Help in mixing the third service at my church. (I’m an audio engineer. More about that in a future blog post)

How 'bout a closing one-liner you know? "You are kidding me! Did you just stuff that Aperture Science Thing We Don't Know What It Does into an Aperture Science Emergency Intelligence Incinerator? That has got to be the dumbest thing that- Whoa, Whoa, WHOAAA... Heh heh heh heh... Good news. I figured out what that thing you just incinerated did. It was a Morality Core they installed after I flooded the enrichment center with a deadly neurotoxin to make me stop flooding the enrichment center with a deadly neurotoxin. So get comfortable while I warm up the Neurotoxin Emitters." -GLaDOS

Ok, so I guess that was more than one line.

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