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Our White World

Although we do not have huge piles of snow like some of our US neighbors, our world is white too.  The fireplace roars, we wear sweaters and extra socks–although Miss 12 did run into the snow on bare feet to rescue a stray dog–and we’re stocking up on holiday chocolate. And we are so grateful for […]

Review: Road Trip by Evan Nehring

Life for young people, says Evan Nehring, is a road trip between their parents’ driveway and their own, years later.  He wants to come along with them on their trip, sharing what his journey was like and passing on all the things he learned. Evan’s book Road Trip is an exhilarating and passionate gift from […]

Remembering with Stories

My friend Jacqueline’s Remembrance Day post brought tears to my eyes.  In Earn Your Life, she talks about sacrifice and living well, about remembering those in the military and not forgetting Whom we serve. Stories, like the one in Earn Your Life, help us to value and remember those who gave up so much for […]

Review: The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper

Every culture has its stories. Our Western culture’s stories are, more and more, presented in movie form.  So, for us and our children to engage the culture, we need to consider movies, both the ones we watch and the ones we don’t watch. However, because we Christians are part of God’s much greater culture, we […]

Six Tips for Bible Reading

Did you know that only 14% of Canadian Christians read the Bible at least once every week?  That number is almost completely unbelievable. And it is a disaster. What other group of people will ignore the words of their leader?  What other group of people claims to follow someone without paying any attention to him?  Who […]

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