David Spencer's Creative Mind

Faith and Community Building in Action

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“David Spencer’s Creative Mind” is the blog that provides information about David M.R.D Spencer’s creative community projects,  Christian faith,  education projects, media networking,  music, and outdoor education activities. David is often found outside camping, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, Nordic skiing, snowshowing or tree planting in Ontario’s wilderness. His Christian faith and love for God is evident […]

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Kirk Wipper was an Inspiration to Canoeists and Outdoor Educators

The outdoor education and children’s camping community is feeling the loss of Kirk Wipper who died unexpectantly on Friday March 18, 2011. Kirk was an inspiration to canoeists and outdoor educators around the world. I got to know Kirk at Camp Kandalore where I was a camp counsellor for junior boys in the summer of […]

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Creation Museum successful in attracting visitors from around the world

I posted the following comment on a story published by Religion News.On any given day, busloads of people from across the country arrive at the museum in Boone County. They come to see a biblical version of the origins of life, man and Earth. Religion News thank you for this story. I discovered the false […]

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What we really need.

Consumerism promotes material wants and greed. This is what you really need. Pass it on.

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David Spencer’s Twitter Updates for 2010-07-24

Coffee with your next-door neighbor could do more for your brain than a thousand Twitter updates. http://bit.ly/arDwsc #addictions #time # Waterlution – The Canadian Water Innovation Lab 2010 gathering. Applications online @WaterMattersAB http://bit.ly/9KsEFL #water @politics # Edu-babble: Are some terms used to de-emphasize or trivialize the knowing of facts in schools? from @troymedia http://bit.ly/byDdy9 #edu […]

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Make Music: Take the Stairs

An experiment on a subway stairwell in Stockholm to see if Swedish people will choose the stairs instead of the escalator. There is music in the stairs! Brought to you by thefuntheory.com dedicated to the thought that something as simple as fun is the easiest way to change people’s behaviour for the better. Be it […]

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Aboriginal and Environmental Roundtable

On February 25, 2010 David Spencer brought together educators and aboriginal elders for the second First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Environmental Education Roundtable held at the Peel Aboriginal Network Community Centre in Brampton. See photos and read more here.

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