6/30/2006

Shuffle Up and Deal: Josh Griffin...

Here we are again at another Friday and we're back with another addition of "Shuffle Up and Deal"! This week's guest: Josh Griffin! Josh is the manager of PDYM and works super-close with Simply Youth Ministry and Saddleback's student ministries. Josh is also part of a sweet podcast, along with Doug Fields, Matt Mcgill, and Natalie Johnson, that is listened to, and watched, by tons of youth workers every week. I asked Josh to hit "shuffle" on his iPod and then give me his "First Five" songs that came up. No matter what they were!

I think that you'll all be a little surprised at what his musical tastes are...

1) Before He Cheats by Carrie Underwood

2) Bigger Than My Imagination by Michael Gungor

3) I Still Believe by Jeremy Camp

4) I Love You Lord by Jason Morant

5) Sing Like the Saved by David Crowder* Band

9 comments:

Joshua Griffin said...

Pretty sure I'm completely embarrased by this. :)

JG

.justin said...

i'm pretty sure you should be.


minus the lime CD.


.justin

Mike Lovato said...

Don't worry...mine may be coming up soon and it turned out to NOT be a good sample of what I listen to. I am scared.

marko said...

i sent mine to josh the other day, and am SO FREAKIN' RELIEVED at what came up. i got off really easy, unlike you, griffin. carrie underwood?

Gerry Rojas said...

I don't think I can look you in the eye anymore, Griffin.

muzik316 said...

I don't know him but how can he look in the mirror forget lookin' him in the eye. Kidding. At least he is man enough to list it. Ya know he has class and eclectic taste. I have never actually hit that button on my iPod...

Anonymous said...

Seriously, California totaly changed him...
April from Michigan

Joshua Griffin said...

I just hit shuffle on my iTunes at home instead of what is actually on my iPod - here's the next 5 songs. I wish more than anything I could have sent these instead.

Whitesnake
Creed
Bush
Fuel
Smashing Pumpkins

JG

Alli Hibb said...

I think you should be just as embarrassed about Whitesnake as you are about Carrie Underwood...at least she's from this decade.