It’s been a long time coming.
It was a lot more difficult than I had first anticipated.
I had lots of content from past blog posts and I had a good idea of where I wanted to go Scripturally.
However, formatting it all to make it work and look nice in ePub and PDF file-types was a challenge.
I spent way too many hours searching images. Then many more hours editing images and fonts.
All of which to obtain a look that conveys my title effectively, yet also connects to my blog format.
Today is our final day with Slave Beard.
This past week, we’ve been hearing from founder, Adam Meyers.
We’ve listened as Adam shares his passion for Christ, his ability to lead and his desire to end child slavery.
As we end this 3-part interview series, I’d like to ask that you help Adam by joining the movement and sharing the Slave Beard message.
On Thursday, I brought you Slave Beard.
Today we will continue our discussion with the man behind the movement.
If you didn’t get a chance to check out yesterday’s interview, click HERE and give it a watch before moving on to today’s clip.
So without further a due, here’s Part 2 of my Skype interview with Adam Meyers, founder of Slave Beard.
Growing facial hair has become quite the trend.
Many a hipster fella can be seen with a carefully twisted moustache or well-trimmed beard. Even just a bit of stubble seems to make the look complete.
Facial hair provides an opportunity for individuality.
Forget about trimming. Just let it grow. Conservative American (and Canada) is captivated by these God-fearing, back woods bunch.
The characters make the show great, but their beards became iconic.
Western Alberta is bear country.
Western Alberta also has cougars (mountain lions). Not to mention the natural elements and other potential dangers of wilderness activity.
Hiking and backpacking in the Albertan wilderness has a level of risk involved. There is an element of acute awareness to one’s surroundings; maybe even a healthy fear.