Tag Archives: Religion

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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Skateboarding is my Religion

Romans 12:1, “I appeal to you brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship.” Growing up as a skateboarder, skateboarding was all I cared … Continue reading

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The Cost of Love

I have had an unfailing love for skateboarding for 13 years now, and as I look back on this love that has been such a big part of of my life, it is obvious that this love has costed me … Continue reading

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Frustrated Maniacs

Skateboarding is a really fun activity, but it is something that can also be really frustrating. There have been times that I’ve seen people (myself included) turn into complete maniacs because of the overwhelming frustration that they are feeling because … Continue reading

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Beautiful Unity

In 2006, during the Israel/Lebanon war, Nathan Grey made a documentary called “Sour” that was intended to portray the skate scene in Israel and Jordan. Nathan Grey is a skateboarder and like most skateboarders, he is fascinated by the unity … Continue reading

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Redefined purpose

Craig Stecyk, the very first prominent writer of skateboarding said this, ‚ÄúSkaters by their very nature are urban guerillas: they make everyday use of the useless artifacts of the technological burden, and employ the handiwork of the government/corporate structure in … Continue reading

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Careless Faith

Fear and faith tend to be polar opposites, fear restrains and holds back, but faith motivates, moves forward, and conquers fear. Before a skateboarder can grind down a huge handrail, he or she must conquer the fear of it by … Continue reading

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