Author: Nate Duchene

February 17th, 2016

When Dreams Die

I arrived in Los Angeles about four years ago. I was two years post-film school with two worthy scripts under my belt, and my wife and I moved here to chase “the Hollywood dream.” Four years later it’s still that ­– a dream. After a dozen reads, one meeting and a whole lot of dead leads, […]

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August 16th, 2015

Eyes Up

“Vulnerability” has been a buzz word in the social-ether that my wife and I have heard ever since our migration to Southern California. Over the past few weeks, however, the philosophy of vulnerability has appeared and reappeared at a noticeable frequency in dialog with our community group and elsewhere. So on Sunday when Pastor Jon […]

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July 29th, 2015

Season of Renewal

My wife, Amy, and I have been regular attendees of Ecclesia since 2012. As new creative professionals in a city loaded with a daunting stock of creative talent, we floated for a few months seeking a church with weekly bible-based fare and congregation somewhere near our demographic. We currently serve on the parking team and […]

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