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Matthew and Kate
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Newfoundland and Labrador: So Close­—And Yet So Far

Back in 2016, on the eve of our marriage, Kate and I considered where we might take a honeymoon. We lived in Rochester, New York, …

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Easter Hope In A COVID-19 World

Living life, even on a good day, is hard. Suffering is a non-negotiable component of the human condition. Too many people spend too much of …

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Twenty Four Hours After You’re Symptom-Free

At the end of February, I caught a cold. I didn’t have a cough or a fever, but I had a runny nose and felt …

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Did Jesus Ever Laugh?

That is a question I have had come up in Bible study several times, and it is always fascinating to hear the debate around the …

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Carpe Diem

The title for this column is hardly original; it’s a phrase that has been used for a long time, often quoted from the Roman writer …

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Gratitude: A Mission Opportunity

It’s April and most of us have finished, or are in the process of completing, our annual tax returns for CRA. That includes putting together …

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Church In The Bubble

Later this month, the shutdown in Newfoundland will be a year old. Many of the extreme restrictions of the early days have long since been …

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We’re Treating the Symptom, Not The Disease

“Oppressing the poor in order to enrich oneself, and giving to the rich, will lead only to loss.” Proverbs 22:16 NRSV In the first few …

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Chill Out And Listen

As of late, young people have been attracting more and more attention from regular church goers. The reason for this is that they are not …

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Contesting A Will­—A Trend Or Not?

Some writers have expressed concerns about a disturbing trend coming out of the United Kingdom—the rising incidence of people challenging wills. This trend, according to …

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