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19/09 Sep 2019

19/09 Sep 2019

Preventing your own divorce

The soft heart approach by Dr. Dave Currie   “I have yet to see a marriage fall apart where both hearts are soft towards God.” Let it sink in. Then, read it again. The message is so true. You can bet your life and future on it. In over four decades of marriage and family […]

19/09 Sep 2019

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19/09 Sep 2019

Samaritan’s Purse aiding Hurricane Dorian victims in Atlantic Canada

One of Samaritan’s Purse Canada’s specially equipped Disaster Relief Units has arrived in Prince Edward Island to support the Christian organization’s staff and volunteers as they help homeowners clean up after Hurricane Dorian’s powerful winds and rain. The Disaster Relief Unit is a tractor-trailer outfitted with disaster recovery equipment including generators, chainsaws, hand tools, and […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Reunion

by Sharon Simpson   Reunions; family reunions, highschool reunions, friendship reunions, neighbourhood reunions and work reunions. Ties we share bring meaning to our lives as we process what our life means and how we fit. We take stock of how things are and how things have changed. Reunions give us perspective as we remember the […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Healthy life, healthy lungs

By Lilianne Fuller   The ability to breathe is something we take for granted, until we can’t. For over 10 percent of Albertans, the struggle to breathe is a daily one. Our lungs serve two very important functions. First, and most obvious, they are the means by which we breathe, but lungs also cleanse the […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Those feet were made for walking

By Lilianne Fuller   To maintain good overall health, doctors recommend walking at least 10,000 steps a day. In addition, numerous studies declare this is a great way to keep off excess pounds, make our bodies more flexible, and improve mental acuity. But in order to walk 10,000 steps a day, it’s important to protect […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Rosebud Theatre’s Mountaintop portrays human side of Martin Luther King Jr.

by Laureen F. Guenther   “The Mountaintop is a fictional account by Katori Hall, an American black playwright, about Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last night on earth,” says Ray Strachan, the Winnipeg-based actor who’s playing the role of King. “It’s a two-person play and the other character, Camae, who works at the motel, kind of […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Fire Exit Theatre announces 18th season

by Laureen F. Guenther   Calgary’s Fire Exit Theatre opens its 18th season on September 20, with Taste and See, a season launch celebration and fundraiser. “Taste & See is … a great way to start our year getting our patrons excited for what’s coming,” says Val Lieske, Managing Artistic Director. The non-formal event is […]

19/09 Sep 2019

A Thanksgiving meal at the Dream Centre

Thanksgiving is on its way, and all over the city, Calgarians are looking forward to holiday feasting and quality time with family. Unfortunately, Thanksgiving isn’t a celebratory season for everyone. Plenty of people in Calgary and beyond will be spending the holiday outside, cold, alone, and hungry. Most have experienced a sense of dignity and […]

19/09 Sep 2019

Using banana cake to share Jesus’ love

By Laureen F. Guenther   Jeff and Kourtney Kurylo have experienced God’s radical hope and healing, and they’re intentionally sharing those gifts with others. Jeff Kurylo started using meth when he was a teenager. He got tangled in criminal activity, lived for a while on the streets and served prison time. But in 2012, God […]