• Pentecost

    The speaking-in-tongues that we find in Pentecost is a reconciliation of the divided linguistic reality under which humanity suffers: the sinful separation that we deserved. Through the Holy Spirit, though, we again understand each other, and by God’s grace are set apart to be people that together honour the Creator. Having forgiven his own, Christ … Read more

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  • Babel

    In response to humanity’s proud attempt to build a tower to the heavens, the Lord confuses the speech of his fallen creation. Our own 20th & 21st century towers (or stairways, on Led Zeppelin’s account) represent no less of a monument to ourselves. Even the churches we build tend to serve the god of our … Read more

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  • bridge building

    Although I would probably be quite happy to confine my artmaking to the Canadian Reformed reality in which I thrive, my simulaneous engagment with other communities (the secular, the artistic, the academic) presents not only a challenge, but also a glorious opportunity to connect people and ideas. So far, I haven’t found a metaphor better … Read more

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  • hello again

    As my mind begins to settle back into the Canadian reality, I have to realize the implications of who I am: an ex-Genevan intern, an ever-reformed christian, a traditional-digital artist, a part-time student, a penny-less fool. These realties imply responsibilities. Now is the time… to figure out what I learned in Europe, to glorify God, … Read more

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