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
Here’s the story of Nathan and Megan that I told at their wedding reception on April 9, 2016 at the Marine Drive Golf Club.
In 2011, a young intern for the BC Catholic, looking for some information about a priest, picked up the phone and called a Chancery employee. The Chancery employee – for whatever reason – didn’t really give much of an answer and in the BC Catholic intern’s words, stone-walled him. And that, my friends, is how the wedding story of Megan and Nathan begins.
Continue reading Single, Under 30, and Not a Priest: The Story of Nathan and Megan (#rumohrhasit2016)
I’m looking forward to a month of speaking and sharing with different audiences of people.
In April, I’ll be leading two Confirmation Retreats, speaking at a high school retreat, emceeing for a parish fundraising event, and emceeing my 15th wedding reception.
I am most grateful for the trust of those who invited me and their communities.
I better start preparing! At least I won’t have any Canucks playoff hockey to distract me. :p