Enter the Slave Garden

Living Hope Community Church meets at Ironwood Elementary School, and to enter, you must pass through a small gated courtyard before you reach the doors to the worship space. Every Sunday we are able to come to our church space, pass through the gates, enter through the door, and participate in the worship service. There... Continue Reading →

Proof comes to Fuller Seminary

This week, the Fuller Company will present our third-ever full-length production, Proof, written by David Auburn, for our winter offering to the Fuller community.   Proof centers around 25 year-old Catherine, who has spent the last several years caring for her father, Robert; a brilliant and famous mathematician who has become mentally unstable.  The play opens... Continue Reading →

Unscripted Ephesians: an introduction

Last quarter I took a class on Ephesians, and through a quarter-long series of events (including a pretty serious illness) I had to resort to taking an Incomplete in the class, in order to finish the final assignment at a later date. Then, as it turned out, my officially approved request for an Incomplete was... Continue Reading →

The Paradox of Things Planned

Being a “creative person” requires a basket full of skills and abilities; things like time-management, the ability to multitask, and faith.  I say faith because at some point in the process, when you are neck-deep in your project, there will come a point where you will be certain that it cannot be finished, that the project will... Continue Reading →

Who says you’re in?

As many of you know, I am the president of the theatre group at Fuller Theological Seminary, The Fuller Company.  When we plan shows, we open auditions to the greater Los Angeles acting community as well as the Fuller student body, for various reasons.  Not too long ago, we held auditions for our latest production, and... Continue Reading →

Cryptic Announcement of the Day

It's coming! I am happy to announce that I am in the development stages of my thesis project for my degree program at Fuller Theological seminary. This page will be a cornerstone of that thesis project. So, what is it you ask?

entering into conversation

I do not usually do two back to back posts on the same topic, but a friend of mine also posted on the film Another Earth on his blog, The Burner, here: http://theburnerblog.com/arts/sundance-movie-review-another-earth/ He pretty much panned the film, and I disagreed with him enough to basically write an entire post in response.  I posted it... Continue Reading →

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