The Prophet and the Poet
The Prophet and the Poet

What a historic week. Regardless of your political leaning or citizenship, the dramatic change that occurred with leadership of the United States was significant and monumental. It was also rich in metaphors for our Christian spiritual journey...

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Theft is theft
Theft is theft

I remember once when I was 6 I took a pack of chips from the supermarket and hid it in my jacket. As I left the store and took it out of concealment I was confronted by the astonished face of my mom. After her firm correction she sent me to face...

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Our First Pandemic
Our First Pandemic

Did you hang any 2020 ornaments this year? Some people decorate their tree with trinkets that commemorate the years milestones. They are my favourite trees to see in homes. It’s like a time capsule exploded among the evergreen boughs. If...

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A Little More Light
A Little More Light

It was only the first week of December and already several stores I visited had empty shelves with “sold out” signs where Christmas lights should be. Maybe it was due to cancelled travel plans that freed up time and funds now...

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The complete healing
The complete healing

It’s been a historic week, with what some are calling V-day, when the first doses of the Covid-19 vaccine were administered. Have you also been hooked on the videos documenting the sequence of momentous events? In any other time midnight...

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How can this be?
How can this be?

Is it from doubt or curiosity that the teenage Mary questions the news she will mother of the Messiah. I wonder what is harder for her to grasp, the miracle of conception because she is a virgin or that God had chosen her for such an honour and...

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Beautifully Broken
Beautifully Broken

This week we are delighted to share Words of Hope from author Reema Sukumaran. Her recently published memoir is a testimony of how God can heal the deepest wounds. She courageously bares her scars so others might find Jesus as their source of...

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What’s your story?
What’s your story?

Has anyone ever asked you: “What’s your story?” Where would you begin? What depths of detail would you share? Would you stick to the highlights and skim over the low points? Where would God factor into your narrative? Sharing...

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Unmatchable Offer
Unmatchable Offer

By Pastor Rhoda Klein Miller  Did you catch the buzz about the free downtown Vancouver apartment in the Shangri-la tower this week? Those not absorbed in news about US politics this week were treated to a tantalizing offer posted on Craigslist...

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