I was interviewed “At the Table” with April Fiet!
When April offered to interview me about coaching I jumped at the chance to be on her fabulous blog. You might already read her blog, and if you don’t – check out my interview and stay for a while.
Springboard is going virtual soon and happening in Vancouver September 19th!
Here’s your chance to vote for the next Cineplex pre-show host (and help out one of my great clients)!
Rachel Held Evans, New York Times Best Selling author, speaker, popular blogger was recently named “the most polarizing woman in evangelicalism.” She has all been widely (albeit unofficially) recognized as ‘that wonderful blogger who taught us it was ok to ask questions about our faith.’
This past weekend I joined my “twitter friends” at the Faith & Culture Writer’s Conference in Portland. It was my second year attending and most likely not my last. The ironic thing is I am so far behind in work that I’m going to quickly summarize my highlights instead of stewing over my post like the tortured writer I feel like sometimes.
People who live to be 99 are remarkable by the sheer accomplishment of their age. But my oldest friend, who turned 99 in February, is one of the most remarkable people I have ever known.
Kimmy, Rocky, Hockey and more!
Every time I saw an item, lost and lifted, I felt this sense of joy – like someone did something nice in our neighbourhood. So I finally started the instagram project @lostnlifted.
He is a not a teacher of Bible stories, or morals, but one who equips kids to fully engage with the Bible in ways that have probably never learned before. He encourages them to ask question and to seek answers from within the wider Christian community.
I felt like a bit of a fraud when I signed up for the Faith and Culture Writers Conference last year. I had recently started blogging and openly confessed it was more for my coaching business than my love of writing. I knew I had to ‘get my name out there’ to grow my business so I started blogging. However, I was surprised by how quickly my love of writing grew! Blogging and tweeting connected me to a world of wonderful people. I couldn’t resist the opportunity to meet them in person. So I signed up for the conference with fairly low expectations and mainly to learn from others.