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Parallel Suffering

I hope that God will see me living the gospel—making courageous decisions, sacrificing my comfort for others, giving when it hurts, and trusting God as the great provider to meet my needs and the needs of others. 

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How Did Lent Shape Me?

I decided to give up eating fruit and I decided to add reading theology from a different cultural context than my own. Why did I give up a food group that the Canadian food guide tells us that we need each day, you ask? 

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What Do Words Matter?

My advice to you is the advice I’m learning to embrace myself: write boldly about important things, ruffle feathers, speak your truth, love God, be propelled out, build community, proclaim Christ!

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Guests on This Land - Part 2

We don’t know what we invite in when we open up our table. What we do know is that we have been called by a welcoming God. We know that we have been called by a God who just loves to reconcile—it’s his favorite work.

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How Do You Define "Justice"?

I saw the words "justice" and "equality" on the handouts my six-year-old son had brought home from school. He didn't know what "justice" meant. In truth, many grown-ups also have a hard time defining justice.  

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For Lent, Let’s Give It up for the Earth

In this time of Lent, I'm reminded again of the great commandment to love God and our neighbours. I've learned that loving and honoring God means caring, stewarding, and preserving God’s good creation and the environment around us. 

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We Choose Love Over Fear

At the same time that countries around the world are building fences and implementing laws to keep “the other” out, we are creating new programs to meet the needs of the increasing numbers of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

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