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Where are you from? Where are you going?

as I step into ever new undiscovered countries, I realize that my Rule of Life must reflect these tenets of God, of my love for God, and my love for others. Each time I encounter new, I must reflect how do I receive others, how do I take time with others? Continue reading

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The limits of your love

Perhaps the summer has shown I can follow the path, I will walk with God and others, to the places that God would have me be. Continue reading

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Context

How different is it now when water and blood drop from headless corpses strung from colonnades built millennia ago? When refugees wash up drowned on our shores, or fall out of sealed four wheeled tombs? Continue reading

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For whom the bells toll

The Very Reverend Mike Sinclair, Dean and Rector of St. Paul’s Cathederal in Regina, reflects on the #22days initiative and the call to be a prophetic church. Continue reading

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Remembrance and Homecoming

I have been told by many people numerous times and in different ways over the years, that when you return to something, it is never ever the same. This particular sojourn was no different. Continue reading

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Damnatio memoriae

The events in Ottawa last week still resonate with many across this country. In the public, political, social, and religious spheres, there is much conversation, as many work through the shock and reality of the death of a soldier and gunman in our nation’s capital. Continue reading

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A song of peace?

How do we live a Kingdom life when faced with evil, harm, and destruction? How do we support the indiscriminate killing of persons on foreign soil without diplomacy? How do we turn the other cheek when persons walk up to shoot or run down innocent persons? Continue reading

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The easy life

But once more, we meet in Jesus a God who firmly insists on offering more than we could ask or imagine. Continue reading

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Ne me quitte pas

What? ‘surrounded by great passion’ you say? I suppose for those that believe passion is all about love and relationships and sex and all that, then perhaps I’m off the mark. When I speak of passion I hold on to words such as suffering, angst, ordeal, challenge. Continue reading

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Encouragement and Generosity

We are called to take the example of others in the faith, who have gone before us, like Barnabas. Perhaps we need to show generosity by selling or sharing the buildings and land that we have, so that others who cannot afford to live in this beautiful place may find a way for the church to bring them home. Continue reading

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