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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Found myself really blessed by this podcast today while I worked out at a gym in good Ol’ Smithers, BC. If you haven’t listened to This American Life before I highly recommended it. From the website: The story of Reverend … Continue reading
Another great asset from the guys who brought us 37signals. Sometimes I think I only want to be a full time project manager in order to use all of their tools, all of the time! It was great to get … 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
Resurrection: Rob Bell from The Work of Rob Bell on Vimeo.
Another quality message (10 minutes total time) from Rollins. I really find myself connecting with this guys words the possibilities he dreams and shares. I hear his words of participation and transformation!
Here is a really good talk from Peter Rollins on the emergent church. I find that I really connect with what he is saying here. And for those of you who scan my ramblings here, or hang out with us … Continue reading
Today is Blog Action Day (thanks nick). Today thousands of bloggers will unite to discuss a single issue – poverty. We aim to raise awareness, initiate action and to shake the web! I wanted to let people know of two … Continue reading
Hey everyone, more and more details are shaping up for the open house this October. We are slowly working toward a new space to meet, and Project 51 is coming on strong. We look forward to hanging out this Sunday … Continue reading
I am not going to rate this book (although i did on amazon), because it was basically a book I needed to read to feel alive and not one to judge on whether its worthy of my wonderful rating. Thanks … Continue reading
You might find it hard to follow, but I think NT did a great job with Colbert being well….Colbert.