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Ring true?

May this mystery, revealed in vulnerability and lowliness turn our reasonableness upside down so that we can tenderly embrace our own lowliness and boldly love one another. After all, no matter how big, bad, and reasonable you are, when your heart is broken open, a toy phone rings true. Continue reading

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Ribbons and Reflections

As I mused over what to write for this blog, I was surprised by the many Facebook notes about campaigns that have been highlighted over the last weeks amid all the Christmas media. There have been some pretty heavy days … Continue reading

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From Crucifixion/Resurrection to Chocolate Bunnies and Coloured Eggs

Comedian Robin Williams talks about the life of Jesus and how a lot of Western Culture has kind of missed the point of Easter. He also recalls a quote from Ghandi, when Ghandi was asked “What do you think of … Continue reading

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Full of Grace

Full of Grace – The Nativity in 2008 – a film from East London Anglican Ministries (ELAM) in London, Ontario by Frank Booth. Frank writes: “Our Youth Group at ELAM had been wanting to do some sort of proper Christmas … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving is about more than turkey?

Ok, so Canadian Thanksgiving is long past, but in anticipation of the American Thanksgiving I found this article.  It is an interesting take on what Thanksgiving is all about, and its not just turkey, stuffing ourselves and napping in the … Continue reading

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