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A Life Lesson From Washing Windows

A Chinook blew into town this week, a welcome respite from the unseasonably cold and snowy weather we have experienced in Southern Alberta most of September and October.  The snow-eating Chinook, has melted most of our snow here on the … Continue reading → Original link
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Most Misinterpreted Scripture Verses – Matthew 7:1

“Judge not, lest you be judged.” he said somewhat proudly, and lit a cannabis cigarette.  The news report continued to show various people in our nation’s capital lighting up to celebrate the legalization of pot in Canada today.  I just … Continue reading → Original link
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Most Misinterpreted Scripture Verses – Philippians 4:13

It had been a tough game.  A tough game to watch, and it was a tough game to play.  I could tell that my son was frustrated as I watched him skate to the bench after a particularly brutal shift … Continue reading → Original link
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Most Misinterpreted Scripture Verses – 1 Corinthians 10:13

I cringed when he said it.  He was using the verse to strengthen his argument but although his intention was good, misinterpreting Scripture, and using it out of context, hindered the point he was trying to make.  On Journey Thoughts … Continue reading → Original link
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25 Encouraging Scripture Verses for Your Pastor

Today is our Pastor’s Birthday.  As I prayed this morning for this man, this wonderful under-shepherd of our church, God prompted me to also compile and pray Scripture over him.  Our Pastor has a fickle flock, as do most Pastors … Continue reading → Original link
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25 Verses of Comfort For Those Grieving a Suicide

“Someone you know has committed suicide. And now you are facing a very hard, dark reality. You feel rocked, hurt, betrayed, and confused. You are experiencing a whole range of emotions and reactions, and each one is painful. Your initial … Continue reading → Original link
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Smoke Gets In Your Eyes!

For the last several weeks here in Alberta, we have been under a thick blanket of smoke that has traveled over the Rockies from over five hundred wild fires burning in our neighbouring province of British Columbia.  The financial toll … Continue reading → Original link
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What Next?

On August 17, I celebrated a “milestone” birthday.  That’s what they’re called when you enter a new decade of life I guess.  20, 30, 40, 50 and now 60!  I’ve noticed that past the age of 60, milestone birthdays are … Continue reading → Original link
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Unplugged

It seems like forever since I sat down and blogged but that is an over-exaggeration.  It was a purposeful absence for me as I went on a bit of a media fast this summer and re-evaluated some of my goals … Continue reading → Original link
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In Holiday Mode

This Alberta gal has been enjoying a week spent on the west coast. It was a working trip for my husband but in between meetings he took me out for meals and long drives along the ocean shoreline roads. I … Continue reading → Original link
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25 Encouraging Scripture Verses to Pray for Our Nation(s)

On July 1st, 2017, Canada celebrated it’s 150th birthday, or as some people call it, the anniversary of it’s Confederation.  Independence Day, also referred to as the Fourth of July is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the … Continue reading → Original link
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Let’s Be Neighbours

Just after the Canada vs. Russia Hockey Summit Series in 1972, our favourite Social Studies teacher, Mr. Scrase, bravely took a class of Grade Nine students from Sooke, B.C. to Seattle on an overnight field trip.  For many of us, myself included, we … Continue reading → Original link
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25 Encouraging Bible Verses About Marriage

On June 2nd, my husband and I will celebrate another wedding anniversary!  We never take for granted “what God has joined together”!  We are very much aware that we live in a world that wants to redefine marriage.  Society today … Continue reading → Original link
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Grandma Life

We welcomed our fourth grandbaby into the family on May 25th.  My son and daughter-in-love will be very busy with raising two little boys born only seventeen months apart.  I think about how hectic their life will be and I am … Continue reading → Original link
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Mother’s Day Memories

I remember one Mother’s Day, when my husband went home to Comox to spend the weekend with his father and stepmother and left me alone with two preschoolers and a morose teenager.  I had no sooner packed the three into … Continue reading → Original link
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Watch What You Say!

There are many things that I love about the internet.  I like the fact that I can research and discover all kinds of interesting things about the world around me just by “Googling” it.  I love staying so connected with … Continue reading → Original link
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Maybe It’s Spring

Alberta has just come through one of the coldest and snowiest winters on record, and I   am thrilled to now see the white stuff melting away and green grass beginning to show.  Springtime for me is always a time of … Continue reading → Original link
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25 Encouraging Scripture Verses for Prayer

I am blessed to be involved with my church’s intercessory prayer group.  Every Friday, a group of “prayer warriors” go to battle in what I have appropriately called our “War Room” in our church building.  Prayer allows us to go before … Continue reading → Original link
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Canada’s Grief

My son started skating at age four.  From the time he could safely navigate the ice without falling on his derriere, he was holding a hockey stick.  We signed him up to play hockey when he was six and to … Continue reading → Original link
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Joy in Mourning

I couldn’t help but think as I wrote yet another card of sympathy, that I have attended more funerals this year than birthdays.  I then thought it must be another sign of getting older, but that’s not the case at … Continue reading → Original link
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