About Me

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Hey there! I’m Daniel Matthew James. I currently study Electrical & Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. I’m highly interested in Christianity, Android, Google, technology, playing Christian music, social media, and marketing.

I’m a Christian, and I attend the Austin Christian Fellowship Church. My father runs Raven’s Ministry.

You can find me on the following social networks:

Youtube (primary)
Youtube (secondary)
Google Music

Some more about me:

-I’m an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.

-I was homeschooled from 3rd grade all the way through high school, and loved every second of it.

-I have been heavily involved in music ever since I started taking piano lessons at age 7. Since then, I’ve learned several instruments: primarily the piano, but also some alto saxophone, guitar, and harmonica. I’m working on learning to play the violin, cello, and flute. I primarily play Christian/church music and classical music. Those are the same types of music that I enjoy listening to, as well. I have been teaching piano lessons for 6 years, and I recently partnered with Google to provide online piano lessons (via Google Helpouts).

-I have been actively involved in the Awana program from second grade until now. I attended Summit, Awana’s national competition for highschoolers, three times. While there, my athletics team has placed 7th, 3rd, and 1st in the nation, and I set national sprint and agility race records. I also won first place in the Fine Arts – Piano competition, becoming the youngest person to ever do so (I was in 10th grade). I currently LIT for the younger Awana clubs, and I coach Games for Sparks, T&T, Trek, and Journey.

-I love participating in my church. We do a home church at our house (ACFC) every Sunday morning, followed by a potluck lunch and a couple of hours of playing outside. Once a month, we visit a local nursing home to sing and interact with the seniors there. We also have a Bible Study every Friday evening; we’re currently going through the book of 2 Corinthians.


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