Project Conversion: 18 Months Later…

God has an interesting habit of invading our lives. The End of the Road. Once Project Conversion ended on December 31st, 2011, it was time to share my story with others. I spent 2012 reviewing the previous year and developing the Art of Immersion as well as a narrative form of my journey. I also […]

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Project Conversion Book Launch Giveaway #4

The fourth giveaway of the night comes from Doug D’Souza. He is donating an awesome handmade World Peace Medallion. This piece is valued at $40. Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win. Contest ends at 11:59p.m. EST. Winner will be randomly drawn and announced on Wednesday, February 6, 2013. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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This Mabon, I Give Thanks for a Harvest of Family, Friends, and the Hope of a Bright Future.

There are seasons in our lives when we aren’t sure if the seeds we’ve sown will bear fruit and sustain us for the winter. We toil and sweat, prepare and scheme, and yet as the sun sets on another day of labor, we are often left with little more than faith and hope in what […]

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You Experienced the Project Conversion Journey. Now, Help Write the Book!

I did not begin Project Conversion in 2011 with any intentions of writing a book, however as the months rolled by, as the adventure touched lives across the globe, I realized that a book was inevitable. You see, the very nature of Project Conversion was limited. I had only 30 days to showcase a particular […]

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The Sanctity of Doubt: A Thank You to Christopher Hitchens

I was in the middle of writing a post about God and art when I discovered that Christopher Hitchens had died. The typing stopped and the reading began. Once upon a time, ol’ Hitch was my hero, along with the likes of Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris. The irony? They still are. Seems strange, doesn’t […]

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