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Creating Hot Beats: The Discipline of Joy

I have been playing with Abelton Live the past few weeks, staying up late and creating new musical motifs. This playtime is quite joyful to me…time gets lost…I feel lost in the flow of creativity. It’s similar to the headspace of writing software, or doing sudoku. It is challenging and playful at the same time. I recall Victor Frankl writing… Read more →

Practicing Christianity Through Lent

“Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried.” G. K. Chesterton Chesterton’s quote is a convicting one to me. At our church we are practicing spiritual disciplines throughout Lent; so far we have touched on prayer, submission and confession. This has gotten me thinking, asking myself the question “What is it that… Read more →