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18/06 June 2018

18/06 June 2018

Joseph and his amazing coat at Rosebud Theatre

by Laureen F. Guenther   Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the musical by Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice, opens at Rosebud Theatre, June 1. “You have this beautiful honest story of Joseph and layered on that is this incredible music of Andrew Lloyd Weber,” said Daniel Fong, who’s performing the role of Joseph. Thirty […]

18/06 June 2018

Understanding lasting marital intimacy – Loving in 3D

by Dr. Dave Currie   The month this article went to print, Donalyn and I celebrated 44 years of marriage! That’s a ton of relational experience trying to get marriage right and then keep it that way. We’ve had hundreds of times (literally) where we did things wrong and had to recover. You can learn […]

18/06 June 2018

Spiritual practices for the year: Solitude

by Marion Van Driel   Being alone is uncomfortable. Being alone in total silence can be terrifying. And yet, solitude is considered a spiritual discipline. In his bestselling book, Celebration of Discipline, Richard Foster writes, “Jesus calls us from loneliness to solitude . . . Loneliness is inner emptiness. Solitude is inner fulfillment.”  Our dependence […]

18/06 June 2018

Praying for God to intervene

by Katie Pearn   We’re standing beside an empty plot of land in Calgary’s Beltline, just west of the downtown core. Most people wouldn’t give it a second glance, but to the members of The Walk team, this empty land is a sign of God’s faithfulness and the power of prayer. “This used to be […]

18/06 June 2018

Ask God to show you the next step

by Caroline Georgieff   That is the question that was asked by the sweetest stranger I have ever met.  This treasured older sister overheard me talking with a couple of ladies in Sunday class as I shared a personal struggle with them. She then followed the Lord’s prompting to approach me.   She explained I […]

18/06 June 2018

The Apostles Creed: the third day He rose again from the dead

by Mark Grilus   That Jesus rose bodily from the dead is a central doctrine of the Christian church. Everything stands or falls on this event. Paul the Apostle states that if Christ is not risen then your faith is in vain, and they are false witnesses (1Corinthians 15:14, 15). He then states that if […]

18/06 June 2018

Happy Father’s Day, Dad

by Sharon Simpson   I wish I could say Happy Father’s Day to my dad. He’s gone now and it’s only a grateful thought in my mind this month. I had a good dad, a great dad. I think of the song Chris Tomlin sings, “You’re a good, good Father… that’s who You are… and I’m […]

18/06 June 2018

Keep calm and mow on

by Phil Callaway   We live in the town of Three Hills, Alberta, population 3,500—if you count cats. Nothing happens here. Until this past June when my son Steve looked through the window and saw a tornado moving in the general direction of his house. So he did what any responsible male adult would do. […]

18/06 June 2018

Passing the torch – a biblical model for a smooth transition

by Marcia Lee Laycock   Transitions. They can be difficult, especially in regard to church leadership. The announcement of retirement or resignation can send shock waves through a congregation. The shock is exacerbated when there are complicated circumstances, such as personal conflicts or moral failures. In such cases it can take a church years to […]

18/06 June 2018

Earth – made for people

by Raymond Strom   Earth is an amazing place! It is no accident, or the result of random processes as is suggested by those who believe in planetary evolution.  We outlined the pursuit of exoplanets in the last article, and how astronomers who believe in planetary evolution are looking for the evidence of life on […]