It’s usually earned and it’s rarely given freely.
I’ve been blessed to speak to 4 different audiences in the past week: an elementary school leadership day, a Confirmation retreat, a grade 11 retreat, and a Reverence 4 Life mini-conference. While it has made for a couple of late nights (both in preparation and catching up on work), it has certainly been worth it. Continue reading Trust
They say that good things come to those who wait.
In the case of Find and Seek – Vancouver’s critically acclaimed puzzle adventure escape room experience – the 18-month wait for their new second room was well worth it.
So with eager anticipation, I took my all-star crew of sleuths to try to solve The Curse of Madame Zita’s Curiosities. And we were not disappointed.
Continue reading Try out Find and Seek’s Brand New Room
Check out the mega-talented Katrina Del Rosario in our new video: she covers all 9 songs from Bruno Mars’ new album in just 6 minutes.
I love her range (both the soulful lower parts and the powerful upper notes) and was amazed at how quickly she picked up the transitions between songs.
And for those of you who know the lyrics to the songs – I hope you appreciate our edits.
“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” (Hebrews 13:16)
Ask someone what he might be doing for Lent, and you’ll likely get responses along the lines of: “I’m giving up Facebook” or “I’m giving up eating chocolate.”
Granted, these may be noble notions on their own, but people – young and old – often get too caught up in what they might be “giving up” for Lent instead of why they are doing it.
Continue reading Making the Most out of Lent
Nikolay Goldobin and Jonathan Dahlen are in; Jannik Hansen and Alex Burrows are out.
And our 4th round pick becomes a 1st round pick if the Sharks win the Stanley Cup.
Jim Benning is winning the trade deadline!