Job Updates

Things are looking up…

Since being let go on Tuesday I’ve been surprisingly busy. I scraped the ceiling in my guest room and removed the ugly popcorn that was linking my house to the 80’s. I’ve worked out and I’ve talked to a myriad of friends and I’ve got some great job opportunities already.

I think that for a while I am going to try to work for myself. I am going to launch with a new look and a list of services that will be marketed to small businesses and small churches in the DFW area. I am going to continue to DJ and I am going to try to do some Social Media consulting work for a large corporation – maybe – hopefully!

So God has really wowed me through all of this. I haven’t had a computer since Tuesday but I’ve already been contacted by individuals for web design projects and DJ gigs. It’s strange since normally I would have sent out a flurry of information, a media blitz if you will, of my resume and my availability. With no computer that hasn’t been an option.

I borrowed a laptop from my parents on Wednesday night and after updating this site and Facebook the computer crashed. I went out and bought a new hard drive for it, but it wouldn’t work. It was so bizarre that I took it as a sign because in all my years of fixing PC’s I have never seen a laptop do what this one was doing. It was like God was telling me, “Be Patient”.

I’m at an internet cafe this morning and I am about to go and buy a computer at Best Buy. I wanted a Mac, but I think I might just buy an inexpensive Dell for now because I own Photoshop CS3 and Dreamweaver for Windows and to purchase them for Mac would be another $1000 dollars.

Please continue to keep me in your prayers. I need guidance and direction and although working for myself seems like it could rock, I sort of already miss my coworkers. I think it would be awesome to work in the computer department at a church, doing web design, graphics, brochures, PowerPoints, etc. But who knows, I might just find that I like working for myself and eventually I can hire myself some employees!

Thanks again for all the love and support. I’ll keep you posted.

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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