Category Archives: Living by faith

My Favourite Things

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Every year, in late November, I have an important tradition: I watch “The Sound of Music”. It was the first movie I saw in a theatre and I went with my grandmother. Her birthday was November 28th. For some reason, … Continue reading

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Can only God make a tree?

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I love fruit. Living in a big city as I do, there are few fruits that cannot be purchased somewhere in the city year round. But I prefer to eat seasonally. The other day, I went out to buy my … Continue reading

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Time and Change

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An elderly member of our church family passed away yesterday. A month ago, a 90+ year old member died. They are with Jesus now. Seeing loved ones who predeceased them. I’m happy for them. For the rest of us? Family … Continue reading

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Just a little bit

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My tote bag broke a couple of months ago and I was thrilled to find a great replacement (on Amazon). The new bag is lightweight with sturdy short handles, several pockets and a telescopic handle. It has served me well … Continue reading

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The Holidays

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Thanksgiving In Paul’s first letter to the church in Thessalonica he urged them to “ Always be joyful. Never stop praying. Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.” Those of us … Continue reading

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A sliding scale?

How do you measure ‘quality of life’? Nothing to do with euthanasia, simply curiosity about how you and I, the ‘average person’, determine the quality of own life. What criteria do we apply to gauge whether we are happy with … Continue reading

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PDF = Post Daniel Fast

I won’t lie; it was a struggle to get through 21 days of the Daniel Fast. It was less the food restrictions – I was still allowed to eat legumes, oatmeal, dates, fruits and veggies. It was more the limitation … Continue reading

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