AboutAn island hopping former pastor of a small but exciting church in east Vancouver once called the open house, now living in Victoria, BC married to an aquarius and a father of boys.
It’s been a long and winding road, but it happened! Thanks to… instagram.com/p/BaaaGf-gxzGJ…
@BlueJayHunter Perhaps he needs more rest than he gets? I still feel like he'd be better as a starter.
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Just finished this great novel by Rob Bell. Found so many similarities to my own life… especially my transition from church work to “other.” Download your free copy here.
Finished this a while back. Great book. I need to read it again. So much in there. I want to give you more but I can not. Love the idea of how religion, institutions are in fact the idolatry. But … Continue reading
Hey friends, I have been writing (a little) and posting photos on my tumblr blog, until I decide how to utilize my motion sickness blog again. Follow me on Tumblr or on twitter @urbanplanter I will write more lengthy posts … Continue reading
I just found a free new ebook put out by Seth Godin called What Matters Now. I am excited to read it this holiday season.
Just recently I decided to share my role with the open house with my friend Deric. It has been 3 official days and it is already the best decision I could have made. We are sharing the role as leaders … Continue reading
A past professor of mine, asked me to weigh in on the topic of the emergent church in Canada as he is about to pursue the topic at our annual convention this July in a seminar that he is leading. … Continue reading
Hey everyone, Due to the shortness of time and the fact that the people looking to host the potnetial BBQ are unable to, we are going to stick with the regular plan and meet at Little Nest this week. I … Continue reading
While enjoying our morning coffee this morning, a traffic jam ensued of porpoises.
Hey everyone, the open house is now on twitter. Follow us for updates on the open house.
I am pretty excited about this little movie, as I grew up reading the book, over and over and over.