Connections

Recently I have found myself immersed in a book of wisdom. I’m sure Angela is growing tired of my constant interruptions as I regale her with yet another new discovery. As I read I am constantly thinking:” Wow!” “Amazing” & ”I didn’t know that.” Stories of great achievements by folks with obscure names and stories […]

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Next 7 Days On Sunday: This is week two of our “Stories told by Jesus” series and this week will we will be looking at “A Story of a Seed”.   Our scripture focus will be Mark 4:26-29 Youth Yard Sale: Our annual youth yard sale is coming up this Saturday from 9 a.m. until . Please […]

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Perhaps you’ve seen some of the warnings and maybe you’ve even shared them. Many of the warnings have been showing up on Facebook and other social media. They involve Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO) and they are alarming and true. People are being warned that DHMO is used by the nuclear power industry, that it is used […]

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It is a serendipitous story, which is a story about serendipity. Serendipity, isn’t that a great word?  It is probably one of my favourite words. In 2004 it was included in a list of the ten hardest English words to translate. You know what serendipity means right?  Serendipity means an unplanned fortuitous discovery.  And if […]

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A couple of weekends ago I broke a tooth.  It was nasty. I could feel it with my tongue and half of the tooth was missing.  I wasn’t sure if it was the tooth or the filling that was broken, but I knew that something had to be done. First thing on Monday I called […]

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It was his custom to start his day with prayer and Scripture reading. And that morning was no exception; he felt that before he attended to the business of his country that first, he must attend to the business of his soul.  And as he read from God’s word his heart and eyes were drawn […]

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It was March 21st, 1942 standing in the Terowie Train Station in South Australia, following his retreat from the Philippines that General Douglas MacArthur promised the people of the Philippines “I came out of Bataan and I shall return”.   And he did.  Two and a half years later, after wading ashore on the Island of Leyte, […]

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It is never pleasant when neighbours can’t get along.  You might remember years ago, there were two families in the news who shared a duplex in a nearby community. They were feuding, and it was just nasty. In case you missed it, it seems like there is some quarrelling happening between Canada and our neighbour […]

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Some have called it a victory for women’s rights.  Others call it the day “Cultural Catholicism” died.  Others have no idea what happened in Ireland on May 25th. But whatever you view, and whichever side you supported you will have to concede that the future of Ireland will be different because the 8th Amendment was […]

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In an effort to be environmentally aware, this Father’s Day I’ve decided to embrace the ethos of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Most of you know that my Dad passed away a couple of weeks ago, and many of you are aware that I conducted Dad’s funeral and preached at it. As I was working on […]

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