Streams in the Desert

After a military coup took place on February 1, 2021, Myanmar (Burma) was thrown into a deadly tailspin of violence, armed conflict, and war. Until now, more than 2 million

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Upon God’s shoulders

Mentally flip through your early childhood memories and I bet you can recall a moment you were lifted up to the shoulders of an adult.  As you picture yourself there

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Age is Just a Number

In our society, age often becomes a measure of capability, potential, and value. However, the Bible repeatedly challenges this notion, showing us that age—whether youth or seniority—does not limit one’s

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Holistic Wellbeing

In a world saturated with health advice, ranging from the latest dietary trends to cutting-edge fitness regimes, the quest for holistic wellbeing often feels overwhelming. Yet, long before modern science

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Identity Theft

$7.86. That’s the compensation LifeLabs clients ended up receiving from a class action lawsuit after their personal data was compromised and held for ransom. A few months ago the word

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 Walk with Me

In a world marked by bustling traffic, bustling schedules, and bustling lives, it’s easy to overlook the beauty and depth of the communities we inhabit. But what if we slowed

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Bird Brained

Have you ever been accused of being “bird brained”? Historical writing from the 1600s shows the insult of “bird-witted’ seemingly refer to fowl’s feeble function. However despite their small skulls, avians

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Total Eclipse of the Heart

This week’s solar eclipse plunged a wide path over the US into darkness for a few minutes. Being a science nerd I kept the NASA live broadcast running as I tried to multitask.

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Time to Rethink Tradition

Twice a year as we spring forward or fall back an hour adjusting our clocks for Daylight Saving Time, and the provoked chatter ensues among neighbours and up to the

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RAMADAM

If you catch a glimpse of the Burrard Street bridge or Vancouver City Hall this coming Sunday, you’ll notice their lights are green signalling the start of Ramadan. Celebrated by

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