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Letters January 2014

The great omission Re “The converted life” (Features, October). From my own experience and observation, Phil Wagler’s assessment rings true: the fully converted life is neither offered to…

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Holiday giving hangover

In the cold light of January, after the glut of Christmas magnanimity toward family, friends and strangers, it’s good to reflect on the scope and impact of our…

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Church Anniversaries

Fort Garry MB Church, Winnipeg, celebrated 50 years Nov. 8–10, 2013, with a casual reception, banquet, and celebration service featuring former pastor Dan Unrau as guest speaker. A…

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The New Math

Teach us to number our days That we may get a heart of wisdom. Psalm 90:12   Construct a calendar of grace, Genesis days and moon-marked months. Make…

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“Neither snow nor rain nor gloom of night”

Daily Scripture reading and the Lord’s Prayer are as much part of my elementary school memories as multi-coloured crayons and freshly sharpened pencils. Our class would stand by our desks and recite the prayer together, regardless of faith or creed. Ursula (Lutheran), twins Sandra and Sam (atheist), Zahida (Hindu) and I (Catholic at the time) all dutifully prayed at the beginning of each day.

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December Issue 2013

Contents of the December 2013 issue

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“Disembedding” Christian marriage from cultural norms

Sweet Surrender: How Cultural Mandates Shape Christian Marriage
Author: Dennis Hiebert.
Sweet Surrender is a comprehensive and insightful study of the institution of marriage in the context of an ever-changing Western world. It clearly defines what is biblical imperative and what is simply common cultural practice regarding marriage.

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Teen comes of age by discovering the past

The Wittenbergs
Author: Sarah Klassen
Mia Wittenberg begins her final year in her Winnipeg high school with youthful enthusiasm and hope for the future, but as she observes her family and friends’ struggles with priorities, morals, addictions, and failing hopes, her enthusiasm wanes.

Life & Faith

What has happened to Pentecost?

Friday, May 19, 1972

PENTECOST SUNDAY is the day which commemorates the coming of the Holy Spirit on the first disciples of Jesus. It recalls the founding of the Christian Church ….

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