Monthly Archives: September 2011

Thanksgiving is a Spiritual Discipline

“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (1 Thessalonians 5:18). Thanksgiving is a choice. Because if we wait until the time is right, if we believe that thanksgiving is only … Continue reading

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Pentecost 15A – Less is More

please read Philippians 2:5-13 Earlier this month I read in the news that Air Canada will now be charging a modest fee for checked luggage on flights to the U.S. The move is intended to raise more revenue for the … Continue reading

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Parable of a Good Leader

What makes a good leader? Listen: “Once upon a time, a long time ago, there was a king in Ireland. Ireland had lots of small kingdoms in those days, and this king’s kingdom was one among many. Both king and … Continue reading

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Leadership in the Ice Age – Bring the Warmth of Compassion

“Ice Age 3 – Dawn of the Dinosaur” Okay, you can tell I have kids. And I can’t get away from making the connections between these children-friendly flicks and the meaning of leadership, pesonality differences, relationships, and life. Indulge me. … Continue reading

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Marriage and Radical Love

RADICAL LOVE We are here today because you …. [names] …. have invited us to be with you in this very special moment in your lives. I count myself among those who feel very much honoured to witness to the … Continue reading

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