When The Great Spirit Walked Among Us is the second installment from the First Nations Version Project and it’s fantastic! (The first release was the Christmas book, Birth of the Chosen One.)  I’ve been eagerly watching and waiting for this to come to fruition ever since I first heard of the project. Last year I even had the privilege of doing an interview with Terry M. Wildman concerning this which you can find here: Q&A with Terry M. Wildman, author of the First Nations Version of the Bible.

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Brief thoughts on The Anglican Way (Book)

by Jason Hess on September 3, 2014

The Anglican Way: A Guidebook is one of those books that has been needed for sometime. I should know, I’ve been looking for something like this. I’m someone who is not only deeply interested in Anglicanism but I also feel drawn to it and this book further confirms it in my heart. In full disclosure I participated in the IndieGoGo campaign to get this book published. [click to continue…]


The Boy and His Ship

May 7, 2014
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Matt Mason is a singer/songwriter and I’m blessed to call him a friend. I’ve known him for most of his life. He’s a solid young man with a message to be heard. He has just launched an Indiegogo (http://igg.me/p/the-boy-and-his-ship-project/x/432285) to get his album The Boy and His Ship off the ground. I wanted to take a […]

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Must Read – 5 Church-Types to Probably Avoid (Kurt Willems)

February 28, 2014
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For the past several years I’ve been wrestling with my vision of church. Often, pessimism wins out. And, although I still believe that the church is the hope of the world – when it is in Christ – I still struggle to see the beauty of the kingdom throughout the greater church at times. I […]

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I Made A Mistake But We’ve Found Our Way

November 7, 2013
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Ever feel like you jumped the gun and made a mistake? After realizing you’ve made a mistake have you ever hesitated admitting it for fear of appearing indecisive, double-minded, a leaf upon the wind? Well, confession time. I made a mistake. For the past three years my family and I have attended an independent, non-denominational […]

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November 4, 2013
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Today as I was out on my pest control route I was thinking about the faith walk and the following words starting bubbling to the surface. Since no one was home at my next stop I was able to jot this piece down. Enjoy.

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A Picture To Evolve Your Thinking

October 10, 2013
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Tonight while scrolling through my feed on facebook I stumbled across the above picture as well as a selection of verses from the The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation by N.T. Wright. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, perhaps this picture will evolve your thinking. If we would only look deeply […]

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A Guidebook to the Anglican Way

October 9, 2013
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While I don’t usually promote crowd-funding campaigns via eckSermonator I feel compelled to this time. Frankly it’s because my family and I would, and still could, greatly benefit from this project. Truth be told over the years my wife and I have found ourselves being drawn to the roots of the Christian Church (which is […]

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