Monthly Archives: December 2010

An Existential Christmas

For a Christmas post, I know I’m a day late and a dollar short. So let’s call it a retrospective and move on. My parents have always been committed to getting us some kind of “stuff” to open on Christmas … Continue reading

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Reality Calling

“Why don’t you stay here with me?” “Why? Because you’re not Real.” So goes a dream-state dialogue toward the end of the movie Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Although I’m not an avid movie watcher, I have noticed a recurring question … Continue reading

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Magic Phrases

I have two feet firmly planted in two different occupations. One is what they call a “day-job” where I’m the production manager and graphic designer at Traders Printing. The other is my a-vocational ministry, where I’m the pastor of The … Continue reading

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Community Christmas Dinner

This Saturday, December 4, represents The Core Fellowship’s first big multi-church project. We’re teaming up with Emmaus Church, Canvas Church (both downtown) and East Sunshine Church of Christ to put on a big Community Christmas Dinner at the Veridian Event … Continue reading

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