Solar Crash 2010 highlights

Things have been very quiet here lately, but I plan on posting with a vengeance in 2011. As for now, here are some noteworthy posts from 2010 (some of them are because of the great discussion in the comments) On beauty & brokenness Why beauty matters Beauty is universal Obviously broken Everything is broken When we long […]

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Content & Connecting

On Content. I’ve been a bad blogger this year. I’ve got a well of content still brimming up in me, but I haven’t had the discipline to get it all out yet (I partly blame this one) The other reason is that like much of my real life, my online content is quite scattered, and […]

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Tom’s Shoes


TOMS was founded by Blake Mycoskie (who also has roots in Mosaic) on a simple premise: For every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. The consume while you contribute model isn’t perfect, but it’s a good start. I actually ordered the wrong size shoes – and […]

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20 most noteworthy posts of 2009

Here’s my twenty most personally noteworthy posts of 2009 When love comes down Hoping for the death of your child… Being Asian Questions on church gatherings Human garbage Asian Christ Burning, hot, raging, lust Embracing Judas Befriending our gay neighbors I don’t want to need you Broken & repulsive Broken & captive Vision over visibility […]

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Peter Rollins Talks & Downloads

Peter Rollins has been the latest provoking button pusher for me.  He looks and talks like a complete drunk on redbull, but he’s got some profound thoughts.  I don’t know if this list of resources will grow as large as my Rob Bell listing, but here we go. Here’s his wikipedia bio Peter Rollins (born […]

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Join the Origins project community – A network initiated by Dan Kimball, Erwin McManus, Scot McKnight, and many others.  There’s a group just for Canadians as well. Check out Refresh Worship, a hub for events going on in Toronto Need cool motion graphics design work?  Get in touch with my friend Jeff. Wedding and Engagement […]

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Sweet Linkage

The kids at Simple Way are going to print with Conspire Magazine My friend Nathan drove down to Michagan and writes a great reflection on Rob Bell’s latest – drop like stars tour The coming evangelical collapse? and the Christianity Today response Deepak vs. Driscoll on nightline Interesting live twitter streams twistori,, and of […]

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I haven’t done this in a while… here are some noteworthy links of mine that should keep you busy for the weekend. Idea Camp – Free open source hybrid conference happening Live right now One Size Fits All? – A new documentary on fresh expressions of church across Canada – awesome character driven media […]

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