Dec 15, 2014

Turning My Brain Off

By | 2018-04-15T22:08:21+00:00 December 15, 2014|Faith, Middle School, Whole Child Education|

My wife surprised me with a trip to a spa for my birthday. I have never been to a spa before (and I probably won’t ever go again). It was a very relaxing time, which is something I struggle with. My wife, Sharon, noted on several occasions throughout our time there, that I have a [...]

Dec 3, 2014


By | 2014-12-03T07:27:33+00:00 December 3, 2014|Faith, Parenting|

Life is full of surprises. I never had a concrete plan for what I thought my future would look like but I can tell you I didn't imagine what my reality is. Getting married and teaching for a couple of years wasn't so farfetched. That I enjoyed teaching as much as I did was a [...]

Dec 2, 2014

A Church, A School, and A Wedding

By | 2014-12-02T07:05:42+00:00 December 2, 2014|Admin Staff, Celebrating, Faith, Relationships|

Heidi and I decided to get married in a vineyard—an active winery that makes quality wine. The sermon of the wedding ceremony included some messaging around Jesus’ very first miracle of turning water into wine and we participated in our very first communion together as a married couple—in front of a whole "host of witnesses." [...]

Oct 10, 2014

Who Are Ya?

By | 2014-10-10T07:52:27+00:00 October 10, 2014|Elementary, Faith|

Imagine thousands of angry people pointing their fingers at you, repeatedly yelling at the top of their lungs, “Who are ya? Who are ya? Who are ya?”  Pretty stressful, right?  Source: Vancouver Sun Opposing players taking a corner kick at a Vancouver Whitecaps game know this feeling well, as the infamous Southsiders try [...]

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