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Eating your pie and having it too

Sep 04, 2018 in Personality

My eldest son started college this month. To be honest, his interest in pursuing post-secondary education came to us as a complete surprise. You see, from the very beginning he was never the studious sort. Looking back in my journal, I found this piece of work that I wrote as he was completing his first […]

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JavaScript bookmarklet for #CompassBetaTest

Sep 09, 2013 in Society, Technology

TransLink opened the gates to Beta Testers for the new Compass tap-to-pass system. I am fortunate to be one of 10,000 volunteers chosen to tap a demo Compass card on the way on and off the various modes of transit. One one hand, I am excited to get the chance to try this technology out. […]

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A Noob at Coquitlam Relay for Life

Jun 07, 2013 in Society

Two years ago my cousin Janice invited me to volunteer as Stage Manager for the 20th Annual Relay for Life fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society. This past weekend I rejoined the crew at Perry Percy Stadium by Lafarge Lake, only this time I got to play a 30 minute set of originals and covers. Little did I know what would ensue.

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To pseudonym or not to pseudonym

May 22, 2013 in Personality

Back in the 90s I created a persona for myself. So help me out, people: Do I keep the pseudonym, or recreate my musical brand under my real name?

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Why is fasting so darned slow?

Sep 20, 2012 in Philosophy

Northside Kingsway Church, where I serve as worship leader, officially launches on September 23. While we’ve been holding regular 10:00 am services since April, on this date we celebrate all the work God has done through us before, and declare the next phase in the history of this church.

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The value of the writer-editor-publisher relationship

Jul 31, 2012 in Philosophy

Our church right now is small. We started holding services in April, and have deliberately not promoted ourselves widespread because we are still renovating the building to give it new life. At the same time, we are raising up a ministry team to be prepared serve the people once the floodgates open and the hungry […]

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Follow Mobile Morphism–my summer writing challenge

Jul 14, 2012 in Creativity

Hey everyone. I’ve taken on a new task, and that is daily blogging. I don’t expect it to be my best work, but it is some of the most fun I’ve had in the writing world. To be part of “the pack” I set up a new site on Tumblr called Mobile Morphism. When my […]

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