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As people with physical ailments lose connections with familiar activities, places and people, feelings of isolation coupled with debilitating illness may affect their wellbeing, self esteem and even their judgement. With the loss of customary sources of happiness, life becomes a search for meaning.
As we look towards a future of nourishing Christian communities and making disciples in a post-Christendom Canada, part of our “leadershift” is in forming teaching and ruling elders who are evangelical, entrepreneurial and effective. But how do we know if we are effective in ministry?
Daisy Tsai describes her work, presently on display at
As a musician, I have always found it important
Would you live any differently? My dad died in November and we
Sharing the Emmaus story again
Yes, I do confess…I do read other people’s mail…well,
An introduction to postcolonial theory.
Raising kids in Africa is both challenging and rewarding.
Plus crazy voicemail, great music and videos.
A CRC minister’s life journey.
Loving our kids as God loves us.
Doing the ecclesiastical math.
This day offers challenges and opportunities.
Grab that morning Joe.
Thoughts on retirement.
Two international events highlight the importance of prayer.