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Apology Poison -by Lois Macdonald

An apology can be sincere or laced with poison! Canadians take great pride in being polite. If an eyebrow lifts and is directed our way, we apologize. If someone bumps into our shopping cart, that’s right, we apologize. Apparently, we go through this ritual 7-8 times daily, so that’s a lot of “begging-your-pardon” going on. While... Continue Reading →

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My Almost Perfect Mother -by Lois Macdonald

Sunlight peeked through the vintage lace curtains that framed the graceful features of my mother. Wearing an invisible crown of sweet serenity, she sat staring out far beyond the freshly painted window ledge. As her lips curled slightly, it became evident that she was lost in a wave of memories. Wearing an apron of compassion,... Continue Reading →

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Entitlement the Deadly Pollutant

When did being a team player become so unfashionable? Taking a back-seat to the newest form of narcissism, called “entitlement.” The deadliest pollutant to the health of society. Rapidly spreading like an “out-of-control” forest-fire, hungry to devour our land of plenty. North America. Entitlement disregards the very values and integrity that our country was built... Continue Reading →

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Fear God and Gain Wisdom-by Lois Macdonald

“But from everlasting to everlasting the LORD's love is with those who fear him, and his righteousness with their children's children.” Psalm 103:17. The air was thick with fear as six hundred thousand men, plus women and children fled towards the Red Sea. The thundering sound of Pharaoh and his army could be heard in the distance. Death or captivity was closing... Continue Reading →

Spiritual Minefield -by Lois Macdonald

Do you feel like you are walking through a spiritual minefield? Anxious about tomorrow and yet still chained to the past. Drowning in a sea of confusion, weighed down with old baggage and thoughts clouded with negativity. If so, it is imperative that you put on the whole "Armour of God" and fight the good fight. You, my friend,... Continue Reading →

Joy in Suffering -by Lois Macdonald

Joy, in suffering. Surely, it is not possible? And yet Scripture says, “Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds,” James 1:2 (ESV). Certainly not an easy pill to swallow, but once absorbed, the truth of this verse can bring hope to the millions suffering from chronic pain. There had... Continue Reading →

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