Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
40 Days – Reflections on Lent: You can have it your way – Day 2
For the 22 years I have been in ministry I have seen the ebb and flow of church attendance and membership. Often times the Church as a whole doesn’t grow with new people who have found freedom in Jesus. It is just churches swapping people. We never really talk about it or worry about it, […]
40 Days – Reflections on Lent Day 1
DAY 1: ASH WEDNESDAY – I had an interesting church up bringing. I can safely say it was not a typical journey, but it gave me an exposure to pretty much every variety of church there is. In one sense the variety of sources I had in my life that gave me my taste of christian […]
Christ-Centered Night Before Christmas
Last year I wrote an adaptation of the classic “twas the night before christmas” for a christmas eve service at my church. After much prayer, study and journeying with God over the last year I have revised and finalized this poem. I wanted to give families something they could read to their kids or even […]
Jack of all trades
I’m an artist– I wanted to be a comic book artist… I just couldn’t get in the door. I’m a designer – I dreamed of working in a large design firm but my life could not withstand the time it would take. I’m a writer – I have close to 1000 blog posts and articles […]
Election has ended… the world has not
The announcement of election happened and our kids were worried about our result. They had many questions and we talked through politics on different levels for our 4 kids different ages, but We had only one thing that we needed to say that they all needed to get. “God is not surprised, God is not […]
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