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The refugee crisis in our world is as appalling as it is enormous.
Seventeen years ago, we picked up our son at Prairie Bible College and decided to drive through Stettler on the way home.
The second Sunday in May was able to sneak by me this year, so I thought, “Oh well, I will write something for Mother’s Day next year.”
Sometimes a different perspective can lead us to new and unexpected truths.
With horrific footage being shared on Facebook, is the social network worth engaging with?
Pleasing your audience can be important, but it all depends on who your audience is.
With the matter of resurrection not being exclusive to Jesus, what makes His resurrection so special?
Jesus and Pilate both held parades on Palm Sunday, but the two processionals looked very different.
You can't change the things that have happened to you, but you can change the way you react.
One of the passages we considered in church last Sunday was, “Let everyone see that you are gentle and kind …” (Philippians 4:5).
Prayer can be defined as a solemn petition or request, or an expression of thanks and praise addressed to God.
I am called upon to speak with couples who are experiencing marital problems with increasing frequency.
Someone asked me recently for my opinion on how to discipline children.
George Washington Carver was referred to as “George Washington Carver, man of science, man of God.”
In a book by psychologist Gary Collins, he wrote that anxiety has been called “one of the most urgent problems of our day.”
I had agreed to meet with someone to pick up a package. I had time to spare.
I recently shared a devotional entitled “Making a Difference.” I used the example of Philip in Acts 8.
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl of Jewish ancestry faced deportation in 1942 along with his wife and his parents.
FAITH & REFLECTION -- I've read that lying has become a way of life for many people. James Patterson and Peter Kim, authors of "The Day...
FAITH & REFLECTION -- One of the greatest detriments to progress in the Christian life is complacency. Complacency is a sort of smug...