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.
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Category Archives: insights
revisiting the blog, the life, the spiritual, the should, the shouldn’t and whatever else that comes to mind
To say it had been a while since I had last written on this blog is to be generous. I had become so tired of reading, writing or even thinking about the topics normally reserved for this blog (spirituality, church[planting], … Continue reading
I decided to get back into the spiritual reading world again after a hiatus from those “types” of books. When I first picked up this book it was in the shadow of quite a bit of controversy in the twitter … Continue reading
I’m finding that some of my best moments of writing have come while listening to Mumford and Sons. And with the way that this band has taken off I am sure I am not the only one. But there was … Continue reading
Just got back from Hockey and it’s 2am. This post is almost like Drunk History, except i’m not drunk, just overly tired. Here are a couple comments from a person who is tired and reading the bible a little differently … Continue reading
I think “ ‘x’ marks the spot” is a good metaphor for my direction right now. Always needing to move toward something… generally something measurable… gets tiring and frustrating. And right now I am happy to stand still, because I … Continue reading
To those following me, I might just keep with the “Sabbatical” theme as I post over the next few weeks, so bare with me as I unload all the wonderful insights I gleaned over my 6 months off. (Tongue firmly … Continue reading
This is a question that I am currently pondering and hopefully answering a little each day. You see in days prior to my “Christianity,” I asked this question a lot. Mostly in a selfish way, specifically in the way I … Continue reading
This was my highlight of the olympic opening ceremonies. I have really enjoyed slam poetry since moving to the drive area in 2005. And this was brilliant.