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May this Holy Week Be a Blessing
Posted April 10, 2017

I took twice as long to write my sermon this week, than I usually do. That’s a big deal.

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Have you seen God walking down the street?
Posted February 21, 2017

Have you seen God walking down the street? She looks like you, He looks like me!

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We do not quit – A resolve to choose to love and find hope
Posted January 30, 2017

A number of years ago, our family made the acquaintance of an older gentleman, swimming his way from the beach, to the island, at Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park.

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The Skiffle Band
Posted January 11, 2017

In July of 1957. St Peters Church held a garden fete.

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Resiliency in Ministry: Taking Pleasure in our Work
Posted January 05, 2017

Today I want to talk about taking pleasure in our work.

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Let One In: President’s Advent message
Posted November 25, 2016

Advent, and the Christmas story of hope to which it points, inspires a number of good pageant stories, one of my favorites tells of how one had a surprise twist.

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Resiliency and rest
Posted November 03, 2016

Today I would like to talk about resiliency and rest.

In my last blog, I spoke about the emotional labour that many ministers do every day.

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Comfort Women
Posted October 26, 2016

During WWII, some 200,000 women were kidnapped throughout Asia and forced into sexual slavery as ‘comfort women.’ Organized and administered by the Japanese government with military precision, so-called comfort stations were set up throughout the Pacific to satisfy the sexual appetites of soldiers. Read a more thorough account of this cruel history here, and the … Continued

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Comfort Women
Posted October 22, 2016

During WWII some 200,000 women were kidnapped throughout Asia and forced into sexual slavery as ‘comfort women. Organized and administered by the Japanese government with military precision, so-called comfort stations (brothels) were set up throughout the Pacific to satisfy the sexual appetites of soldiers. A more thorough account of this cruel history can be found … Continued

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Visiting the DMZ
Posted October 19, 2016

The DMZ (De Militarized Zone) is a four-kilometer wide strip of land that separates North and South Korea. Defined at the end of the Korean War in 1953, the zone is still a heavily guarded and monitored border since the war has never technically ended, and a peace treaty has never been negotiated. The PROK … Continued

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