Why “Do Overs” are ok

You have heard a little of this before on this blog, and maybe this is simply more self-justification, but I must say I believe in do-overs. Maybe I mean start overs, maybe I mean start a new, maybe I mean just starting late.I have an aunt who I respect greatly. I...

How To Do Good

One act at a time. One of the themes that runs through my mind and I think this blog is trying to overcome obstacles that keep us from moving forward whether it be spiritually, physically, or relationally etc.Obviously a big piece of my life is my day job at Speroway,...

Why The Church In Canada is Failing

I could talk about several things that I think are generally wrong in most churches today. I could talk about leadership, a lack of excellence or vision, but these are well documented issues. I do not think these are the root of the problem. The mission of the church...

Why You Have to Keep Moving

I have been consistently working out for a few years now, around four years. One of the things I discovered was that I can take one week and not work out and not lose my motivation. I can take two weeks and workout only two or three times per week, and again that...

3 Songs in 4 Months is not bad….

It has been a good year on the production side, but 3 songs in 4 months was not the goal, a song every month was. I know I will be able to release an extra song somewhere along the line here, because I have a very sparse production song planned for this year, but I...

Co-Writing Is Not That Scary

I attended the Ontario GMA Canada seminar last Friday. I was excited to re-connect with an old acquaintance Chris Vacher of Worship Rises fame. Chris founded Worship Rises to encourage the Canadian church to write songs that speak to what God is doing in our churches...

Are You a Hoarder, No really?

Our family has had an interesting ride over the years in terms of living arrangements. In terms of expectation we have never hit mine. I really wanted to live in a larger home than we live in, have space for, well anything I deemed necessary. Our first townhouse was...