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Highlights

Lessons in humility from the bike saddle

October 18th, 2017

By: Martha Tatarnic

Topic: Only One Thing

God reveals and promises the possibility of extraordinary change: replacing our hearts of stone with hearts of flesh, transforming our instinct for self-preservation with an instinct instead for God’s love.


Bystanders in the Kingdom

October 16th, 2017

By: Trevor Freeman

Topic: Citizens of Heaven

Most of the time we find that we are bystanders in situations. As bystanders in any group or institution we can choose whether we will be part of the Kingdom of God, or not.


Do things ever really change?

October 4th, 2017

By: David Burrows

Topic: Easter(n) Pilgrims


The state of nature and the Kingdom of God

September 25th, 2017

By: Trevor Freeman

Topic: Citizens of Heaven

The worth and value of each life can’t be learned simply from observing how each living thing interacts with each other. Social, political, and economic equality between people cannot be learned from the state of nature. Justice and mercy and love cannot be learned from the state of nature. In other words, the Kingdom of God cannot be learned from the state of nature.


Soul singing

September 15th, 2017

By: David Burrows

Topic: Easter(n) Pilgrims

Three weeks ago, I went with friends and strangers, on a pilgrimage to Iona. As I settled in on the island, and explored the community, the liturgy, and the space, I heard of the lore of the island. It is not unlike Newfoundland and Labrador, and surrounding isles.


Lord, don’t give me strength

September 14th, 2017

By: Martha Tatarnic

Topic: Only One Thing

In juggling a life full of responsibilities, as in facing illness, the only way out of the circles is in realizing that being stronger isn’t going to get me through. I need to figure out the hope inherent in being weak.


‘Get woke’

September 11th, 2017

By: Trevor Freeman

Topic: Citizens of Heaven

The hardest work any of us will ever do is to go deep into the parts of ourselves that we hide and that we hide from ourselves.


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