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Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

As with all relationships, first impressions are important. For those of us who have experienced “praying” whilst growing up, early impressions of God were vague, ...
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The Rev'd Canon Jeffrey PettenColumns

Who Is Jesus For You?

Recently within the liturgical life of the Church, we heard proclaimed the Confession of St. Peter as found in St. Matthew’s Gospel. I really like ...
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Melanie ClarkeColumns

Sunday—The Day of Rest

When I was a little girl, I lived in Kelligrews. It wasn’t even Conception Bay South at that time; the towns were separate entities and ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

From Confusion To Connection

A young family approaches their local Anglican Church with hopes of having their baby baptised. However, what should be the start of a spiritual journey ...
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The Rev'd Canon Amber TremblettColumns

Bread of Life, Bread of Heaven

My favourite food in the world is homemade bread. The homemade bread of my grandmothers’, specifically. In my adulthood, I have sought to perfect their ...
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Bishop John OrganColumns

Discipleship

Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, in his book Being Disciples: Essentials of the Christian Life, stated that, “what makes you a disciple is not ...
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The Rev’d Michael LiColumns

The Call of Abraham

Terah had three sons: Abram, Nahor, and Haran (Genesis 11:26). Abram was probably born in Ur (near present day Basra in Iraq). He married Sarai ...
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Ford MatchimColumns

Reasonable and Probable Grounds to Believe

None of us have much to say about how we are born. It happens. The love and nurturing of our parents provide a foundation on ...
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The Rev'd Jonathan RoweColumns

A Nap And A Snack

In 1 Kings 19, following Elijah’s confrontation with the prophets of Baal, he flees from Queen Jezebel, finding solace in the wilderness. Overwhelmed by despair ...
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The Rev’d Cynthia Haines-TurnerColumns

The Assembly of General Synod: Both High Points and Low Moments

The Assembly and General Synod meetings have concluded. There were, as always, high points and low moments. During the times when we gathered as the ...
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