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Rose-Coloured Perspective

April 21, 2015
Rose-Coloured Perspective

Let's face it we all experience tough times. These times take many different forms and leave their mark on our lives.

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The Problem with Tunnel Vision

April 14, 2015
The Problem with Tunnel Vision

Have you ever had tunnel vision?

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Three Easy Ways to Make a Wise Decision

March 17, 2015
Three Easy Ways to Make a Wise Decision

Sometimes the choices we have to make keep us up at night. And rightly so! Major life decisions like where to go to school, whether to marry, or what career path to follow should be taken seriously. However, losing sleep and anxious thoughts will only make things worse.

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Stepping Out in Faith

March 10, 2015
Stepping Out in Faith

I'm not a good decision maker. Sure, there are some days that I wake up just knowing what I want for lunch and which sweater I'm going to pair with my favourite shoes, but those are few and far between.

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Reflection and Doubt

April 15, 2014
Reflection and Doubt

A familiar character in the New Testament is Thomas. One of the Twelve Disciples, Thomas is maybe better known for his doubt.

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The Eeyore Theory

April 8, 2014
The Eeyore Theory

You know who he is. Eeyore, the stuffed donkey from Winnie-the-Pooh; the loveable depressed eternal pessimist.

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Plans for the Future

April 1, 2014
Plans for the Future

In Bible College there were a few required courses I couldn’t get out of if I wanted to graduate. One of those was Marriage and Family.

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Do You Know Your Destiny?

February 18, 2014
Do You Know Your Destiny?

Many words in the English language have more than one meaning. The way we choose to use the word infers certain emotions and ideas, which would be completely different if we changed the context.

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There is Hope

December 10, 2013
There is Hope

“And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us.” Romans 5:5

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Fear of Aging

September 24, 2013
Fear of Aging by Annalisa Patenaude

I remember my dad’s 40th birthday like it was yesterday. Unlike other parties, this one was his “over the hill” party—relatives and friends gathered to poke fun at and even humiliate him for being past his prime.

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