Light of the World

Light of the World

Light of the World By Emily James Have you ever observed the play of sunlight refracted through hanging crystals? Those crystals don’t make light themselves; they reflect what’s shining on them.  In many ways, we resemble these crystals. Our ultimate...
The Power To Sow

The Power To Sow

The Power To Sow By Bill Markham Within the pages of the Bible, we uncover a profound Truth: our words carry immense power. From Genesis to Revelation, the Word of God reveals the transformative impact of our speech.  In Genesis, we witness the inherent creative power...
O Canada, We Stand on Guard for Thee!

O Canada, We Stand on Guard for Thee!

O Canada, We Stand on Guard for Thee! By Joanne Radke On July 1, Canadians will celebrate our country’s history, culture, and achievements together with various activities and events. Canada Day has been a national celebration and holiday since 1868 after Canada was...
Bannock

Bannock

Bannock Bannock is a type of fry bread that originated in Scotland. It was brought to Canada, where the indigenous people adopted it. Bannock can be breakfast, brunch or with a cup of tea. To make it extra Canadian, serve it with maple syrupIngredients  1 cup all...
Living with Contentment

Living with Contentment

Living with Contentment By Emily James 1 Timothy 6:6 says “But godliness with contentment is great gain.” This scripture has always reminded me that godliness and contentment go hand in hand. Regardless of the circumstances we find ourselves in, or the challenges we...
Daddy

Daddy

Daddy By Ian Walton One morning a few years back I was dropping Liya, my then-4-year-old daughter, off at her preschool. The director gently scolded me by telling my daughter to “remind her father to give her a jacket on such a cold day.” I humbly nodded to show that...
Memories with My Dad

Memories with My Dad

Memories with My Dad By Tara Jackson As a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps, my father loves to reminisce about his time in service. It was only fitting that our morning runs together were led with cadence calls. As a teen, I would rise and grab my shoes...
Holding Daddy’s Hand

Holding Daddy’s Hand

Holding Daddy’s Hand By Andrew Knox Father’s Day brings to mind one afternoon, many years ago, when I took my two little boys to the mall so I could buy a pair of dress shoes. It was rather chaotic as my toddlers threw shoes on the floor, tried on all the size...
Promise of the Father

Promise of the Father

Promise of the Father Dr. Paul J. Palma God raised Jesus from the dead, and we are all witnesses of this. Now he is exalted to the place of highest honor in heaven, at God’s right hand. And the Father, as he had promised, gave him the Holy Spirit to pour out upon us,...
Overcoming Condemnation

Overcoming Condemnation

Overcoming Condemnation By Bill Markham In life’s journey, condemnation emerges as a relentless adversary both externally and internally.   Externally, it crushes us with unattainable societal and religious standards, while internally, it feeds on our failure to...