Category Archives: Theology/Philosphy

Going Where We Don’t Want to Go

I have noticed with skateboarding that every time someone is too afraid to try something, the people around them will often appeal to logic, thinking that if we can use our logic to make it sound simple and easy, then … Continue reading

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Dreams Of “Making It”

Two of the biggest questions that we are always asking ourselves is, “what should I be doing with my life to make money?” Second, “what can I do to make money that I will enjoy?” We all have to do … Continue reading

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Always Searching

There was a young man who lived in a land where food was scarce and opportunity was limited. Seeking to better his life he travelled to a land he had heard had plenty of food and opportunity. Upon arriving he … Continue reading

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The Purpose Obsession

I heard a statistic recently that the biggest fear of the generation of my parents (Generation X) was and is public speaking, and the biggest fear of my generation (millennials) is living a life without meaning and purpose. Quite the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Differences

I recently had the privilege of staying with my brother and his wife along with their six kids (ranging from 12 years old to 4 months) and every time I spend time with them, I am always fascinated by all … Continue reading

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To Be Free

What does it mean to be free? Something we all crave and long for, but may have never taken the time to ponder what it really means. In Judea Jesus talked a lot about freedom at a time when the … Continue reading

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The End of “I Miss…..”

Through the course of my brief life, I’ve had the privilege of being able to move around and travel quite a bit, as well as making friends everywhere I’ve gone. Being able to travel is usually always seen as a … Continue reading

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