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But It’s Tradition!

As I sat in church this past Easter Sunday my eyes roamed across the stain-glass windows beginning with the one in the sanctuary which the bright morning sun was setting aglow as it streamed through it. As I moved from window to...

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Does God Play Favourites?

Through a friend on Twitter, @gailhyatt I’ve been exposed to some Orthodox Christian podcasts. They are interesting to listen to, they provide perspectives I wouldn’t always encounter from an Anglican viewpoint....

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Stations of the Cross

Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the holy season of Lent. Lent is the fourty days leading up to Holy Week, a period of thought and reflection before we celebrate the risen Lord on Easter Sunday. I’m providing you...

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What Are Your Waters of Life?

“Let anyone who is thirsty come to me, and let the one who believes in me drink”.  As the scripture has said, “Out of the believer’s heart shall flow rivers of living water” — Jn 7:37-38 Water...

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A Time For Prayer

This post isn’t about me, it is about two people who are very dear to me. These two people, Scott & Kim, haven’t been in my life for a whole bunch of years but in the short time they have lived in this community,...

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Archbishop of York Speaks Out

In a flurry of huffing and puffing following the distribution of invitations to the 2008 Lambeth conference in May, some bishops, particularly those in the so called Global South have declared they will not be accepting their...

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Faith Reflection

As many know who know me or read this blog, I am an Anglican. I was raised in the United Church of Canada, left there when I was around 15 and chose to return to church and become an Anglican about 15 years ago after having been...

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