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What Brings You Joy?

My father, Ron, was an avid volunteer. His whole life, he did what he could for other people. As a young teacher in a small

In Search of Perfection

When springtime comes to Newfoundland and Labrador, we are never sure what to expect. The weather is certainly very unpredictable, and one day it could

Easter Hope

During the Lenten season, we are reminded of the trials and tribulations which Jesus endured during his forty days and nights in the desert. The

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Changing Times

My grandfather died when I was twelve. He was my father’s father, and he and my grandmother lived with us because my dad was their

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February is the beginning of Lent. The tradition in my family and many Christian families is to give up something for Lent. As a teenager,

A New Year’s Suggestion

My career was as a teacher. Like my father before me, I taught English. I had the opportunity to teach many poems, plays, essays, novels

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The Spirit of Christmas

Every year around the end of November, there seems to be something in the air. A feeling comes over most people in December that isn’t

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Have Faith

The past couple of years have been particularly challenging for most of us. We have endured a pandemic, several life-changing storms, inflation, food insecurity, joblessness,

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Lessons to a Child

When I was a little girl, my father would take us to Chance Cove, Trinity Bay every summer to visit his family. As I was

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Welcome Back to Church!

Recently, a cousin of mine, brought my mother an old article he had saved from 1988. The article was from The Churchman, what is today

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