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Steve Bremner
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Lives in Chorrillos, Peru
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Canadian man changes his name to 'Above Znoneofthe' to stand in a local election http://a.msn.com/r/2/BBoVILy?m=en-ca&a=1
A Canadian man standing for election has legally changed his name to “Above Znoneofthe”. The man, formerly known as Sheldon Bergson, from Thornhill in Ontario, is - nominally at least - running to be a local councillor in a by-election in the Whitby-Oshawa district. He has spent $137 (£69) registering his new name.
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Someone showed me this is what they saw in their newsfeed last night. 
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I think Kirk had that same reaction when he found out he wouldn't be getting a refund for the book.
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In today's podcast, Dan Dailey shares his background and how he wound up ‘leaving the institutional church’ and becoming a ‘done’.
Practically born in a church pew, Dan comes from a long line of pastors and ministers on both sides of the family which takes us to about a year ago. By age 35, Dan doesn’t think he missed any two Sunday services in a row over a span of twenty years, and led worship and served as an elder, would preach in his fellowship on many occasions.

Two or three years ago, his younger self would have had some serious problems with what he shares with us today.

Going strong after the Lord, but no longer 'attending' and fellowship, how did he become one of the 35 million former church attenders who now identifies himself as a "done"? We explore his journey in today's episode.
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I'm always down for trying to win stuff.
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Sometimes I do win stuff. Which is really, really nice!
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depending...it could almost be less...20 or 21 and i start looking for multiple exits...
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#CONAN Mono: Canada elected a new Prime Minister named Justin Trudeau, and many consider the guy a heartthrob. The good news is, any Canadian heartthrob named Justin is sure to be popular forever. MORE jokes @ http://to.teamcoco.com/1GpGMw6
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I got to be a guest on the +ChurchMag podcast. I've officially arrived.
 
Steve Bremner Talks Tech [Podcast #76]
Chris Wilson shares his super cool interview with author, podcaster, and missionary Steve Bremner.
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Good Morning!
Enjoy your coffee, tea, whatever, have a great day!
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A penny saved... LOL
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This week I was privileged to have on the podcast one of the men who's heavily influenced my ministry here in Peru. I'm talking about +Mike Breen, author and phrase coiner. In the first part of our chat I ask Mike where he came up with the idea for Lifeshapes.

In the second half of the conversation I ask Mike where Missional Communities came from. Mike shares some stories of how this took shape in the late 1980s and early 90s and what obvious lessons emerged from his experiences. Towards the end of this week's episode he tells us of the "Happy hour" ministry he's launched in his new neighbourhood.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 55:06 — 25.5MB). Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options · Launching Missional Communities. Mike Breen This week I am privileged to have on the podcast one of the men who's heavily influenced my ministry here ...
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Overseas English Teacher, Disciple Maker, Podcaster, and Blogger
Skills
Blogging, Podcasting, Disciple making, Writing
Employment
  • Calvary International Canada
    Field Agent, 2006 - present
  • Missionary to Peru
    Missionary, 2009 - present
    Disciple maker and ministry school teach in Oikos
  • Fire On Your Head
    Podcast Host, 2007 - 2013
  • Gocreative
    Content Writer, 2011 - 2012
  • Mobinsider
    Content Writer & Podcaster, 2012 - 2012
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Male
Birthday
July 27
Relationship
Married
Other names
Stevie B
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Blogger, Podcaster, Disciple Maker
Introduction
I am the author of:

I'm currently a missionary to Peru where I am purposely and intentionally making disciples, who make disciples. I also think it's pretty pretentious when people use this space to write about themselves in the 3rd person.

An increasing source of my support/income is coming from online endeavours, which includes being a blogger and content writer, and podcast host. As well, I'm the man behind Podcast Mojo which is a podcast themed blog and how-to site. 

But in all seriousness, these things I do online for money are a means to an end, as, simply put, I believe in making disciples first and foremost. I merely use the internet as a way of modern day "tent-making" to fund my mission here in South America, and I'm seeking to be an example through entrepreneurship to fund the Gospel. 

Read more about what I do in Peru here.

I also firmly believe if the Internet had been available to the Apostle Paul, he'd have used it to the maximum advantage, which is why I'm an avid blogger, podcaster, and author forth-coming e-books.  

In Peru I've had opportunities to teach in a local seminary, share the love of Christ to some of the underprivileged, and now live really close to shanty towns outside of Lima, the nation’s capital, where I've taught the Bible with and serve alongside other established ministries.

Since there are several other Steve Bremners on the internet, here are a few things that set me apart besides my books and boyishly good looks:
  • I've met and shaken hands with 'Weird Al' Yankovic (but I doubt he remembers it)
  • I consider myself to be a friend to alpacas and moose alike, even though neither of them can read my blog or listen to my podcast.

You can easily support me on the mission field by buying my Kindle books and sharing them with others in your social media.

If you circle me, and I make a decision about whether to circle you back, I'll get to see your posts, and the topics I'm the most interested in:

+Christianity
+Humor
+Blogging and Podcasting
Bragging rights
I don't have an iPhone and get by just fine without one. I also know how to tie my shoes.
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Chorrillos, Peru
Previously
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada - Pensacola, Florida - Concord, North Carolina - Leeuwarden, Netherlands - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Miraflores, Peru
I have lived in several countries in the world, but never have I had to go without water as often and for as long as I have with this company here in Peru. Every time they notify us that the water will be off for half a day, it never happens. But on a monthly basis (at least that, if not more often) the water in Los Cedros de Villa goes off. With the unusually hot summer we're experiencing right now in Lima, it's a pity they can't (or won't) do something to improve the infrastructure here and stop this from happening so often. It's quite difficult to live with their service.
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