I’m a member of St Martin’s Anglican in Calgary and a director of the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer. I’m an engineer by training and consult in the oil patch doing engineering, IT and finance work. I am married and have three children. At church I’m an intercessor and participate in our healing prayer ministry. In my spare time I play with motorcycles, guitars, computers and model trains.
Recent blog posts
June 30th, 2013
I can’t help wondering if something is happening in the electro-magnetic spectrum or if there are quantum effects while praying. I have observed positive impact from prayer even from distances.
April 16th, 2013
Perhaps one of the most important moments of our life is the moment we die. Would it be helpful to prayerful at that moment? Would it matter (as we take our leave of matter) what we pray about at that moment?
January 4th, 2013
How do I pray for the coach who is now a hurt player? One of the most influential people in my spiritual life is seriously ill. Suddenly a man who has led prayer for much of his life needs prayer.
November 3rd, 2012
Are there aspects of other faith traditions that can enhance our prayer life as Anglican Christians?
October 5th, 2012
I like to think of prayer as a conversation with God. Sometimes I stop making noise long enough and perhaps listen so the other party has a chance to respond. Sometimes I believe I’m hearing back. Sometimes the other party seems to butt in.