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Review: The Great Carp Escape by Maddock and Ouano

Although I rarely review children’s picture books anymore, The Great Carp Escape by Maddock and Ouano is worth an exception. Beth and her little brother Paul lived on a large lake and spent their summers on the beach, but they avoided the swampy, muddy area near the weeping willow.  Once they had found a dead […]

Canadian Winter: Seven Day Forecast

(A quick reminder for you in the US:  0 Celcius is 32 Fahrenheit.) Our forecast, for what it’s worth, predicts warmer weather.  We might reach 0 degrees this week, according to Environment Canada.  Hah!

Review: Burning Questions Apologetics DVDs

What is life all about?  Why are we here, and do we matter?  How should we live?  Such questions are all around us, asked by people of all ages and backgrounds.  Obviously, they provide an ideal starting point for evangelism, but most of us are not equipped to help either seekers or skeptics. Ravi Zacharias […]

Our Little Vacation

My dear husband decided that I needed a break, so the Little Misses and I accompanied him to a conference.  What a lovely little vacation it was! We visited Ripley’s Aquarium:     We ate very, very well, and I had no gluten problems:   And it was so pleasant to sit peacefully above the stop-and-go […]

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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