“In the beginning God created…” (Genesis 1:1) As a kid, I remember spending hours on end with my cousin designing homes. We drew them. We built them with blocks. We…
“I just want a hug from my sisters.” The pain in the grandmother’s voice is heart-rending, as she gives voice to the hurt and estrangement that has splintered her family. It’s a story all too familiar to thousands of First Nations families across Canada,
Faye Hall used her art to “pay it forward.” She describes the chain reaction creative collaboration she contributed to when she painted a picture based on a photograph of a poet whose sonnets inspired her boss to use them as lyrics on his CD project.
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For Tanlimba, an elderly woman who can no longer work in the fields, receiving food through the Canadian Foodgrains Bank network was life-saving.
Some 34 years after the first half of P.M. Friesen’s seminal history of Russian Mennonites was published in English, the Centre for MB Studies (CMBS) has released the second – dealing with Mennonites in North America (1874–1910). Jake K. Balzer of Calgary translated the volume from German, staff at the Winnipeg CMBS contributed to the editing and layout process, and Hillsboro CMBS director Peggy Goertzen arranged financing and publication under the banner of Kindred Productions.
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How the Church Fails Businesspeople (and What Can Be Done About It)Author: John C. Knapp
For serious athletes, life has many ironies. To succeed – say, at the Olympic level – you must play your sport constantly, doggedly following the seasons around the world, never resting. You can rarely be home where folks cheer you on and want to welcome you back.