Monthly Archives: February 2012

Welcome to Faith + Art = Fart

I start this blog with a mix of excitement and… something less positive.

Who am I?

I am by no means an expert.  I am a guy who loves the connection between faith and art and loves to explore the potential that is there.  I do run an artist booking/management agency as well as a video company.  I did run a family theatre program out of a local church in my home of Grande Prairie Alberta.  I love music,theatre and film.   I love watching my family dance.

That’s the “Art” part

I am by no means an expert.  I am a guy who loves Jesus.  I have been trying to learn more about him since my birth.  I have gone to church all my life. I went to Alberta Bible College and received a diploma.  I started working at a church, first running theatre and then working with youth.  But more important than all of that is that God loves me, and for some reason, hes sticks by me even in y many many moments of suck.

That’s the “Faith” part

I am by no means an expert.  I am a guy who loves my family.  I have 3 kids (2 girls and 1 boy) and a wife who never ceases to astound me.  They are the craziest joy and blessing I can imagine… I try my best to be a good reflection of “father”.  I love my church.  I love THE Church.  They are also my family and am I blessed beyond measure.

That’s the personal part.

Why is my blog called “Faith+Art=Fart”

1.  I think I’m funnier than I am

2. I think when faith and art collide we end up with something that is sometimes awkward, sometimes funny, sometimes relieving and generally healthy.

3. I pass gas quite regularly

How often can you expect updates?

This is a little unclear right now…  It’ll probably pick up after June, but for now…let’s just say sporadic?  I guess it depends how addictive it turns out to be and how many people join the conversation.


That’s enough for now… Oh except to say that I do have another “Blog” in which I just suggest good music…  not review just suggest you can find it at… enjoy.




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