How did you first get involved in pageants? Tara Teng: I was studying at university and I mentioned to a friend that I had come across an article about the Miss British Columbia pageant. He was just like, “You gotta do it.” It was really a way for me to challenge my fears and just […]
Converge Magazine caught up with Parachute Band members Sam De Jong, Omega Levine, Elliot Francis, Callum Galloway, and Jeremy Gregory on a cloudy Tuesday afternoon at a quaint coffee shop in old Fort Langley.
Of Gods and Men allows us to take a close look at the real meaning of Love Thy Neighbor.
Jaeson Ma tells us his life’s story — from gang affiliate to hip-hop pastor. We first ran this article in the inaugural issue of Converge.
Burlap to Cashmere is back with a newer more refined, but familiar sound. The band was popular during the 90’s and had won two Dove awards for their work. But their success came quick and was taxing. In the late 1990’s they each decided to go their separate ways. Lead singer Stephen Delopoulos did some solo […]
I once had a classmate in one of my English Lit classes who claimed his favourite book was To Kill a Mockingbird. I know for a lot of people this novel was required reading in high school, but rarely do people say that this book is their definitive favourite. If you’re like me, you probably […]
The official trailer to Blue Like Jazz, the film adaptation to Don Miller’s book, went public as of the other day. Release date: Apparently sometime this year. I hope its soon, because my movie senses are tingling.
If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, check out The Great Divorce put on by Pacific Theatre. Our writer Natasha Irvine went to check it out last night. Her review is below. Pacific Theatre’s production of The Great Divorce is a creative and compelling rendition of C.S. Lewis’ unconventional meditation on heaven, hell […]
Salvation Boulevard was featured at this year’s Cannes film festival. Hollywood is never very kind to Christianity, and this doesn’t seem any different. If you can take the jokes with a grain of salt, this might be an interesting film to watch. It may be a unique take on how the rest of the world […]
Switchfoot’s last show of their tour was at the Vogue theatre in Vancouver! We sat down with two of the band members, drummer Chad and guitarist Drew, during set up and chatted for a while. And just as they say they are, these guys are a bunch of really nice failed pro surfers who’s passion […]