Monthly Archives: June 2012

How is God Faithful? – Despite Us

How do you like your water? Do like it rough? Or do you like it calm? In the Bible one of the most popular images of water is from Psalm 23: “He leads me beside still waters.” We say that … Continue reading

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Sunset Clouds

On the longest day of the year off Petawawa Point

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How is God Faithful? – Surprise!

I don’t like surprises. Never have. I am impressed when families can pull off those surprise anniversary celebrations or birthday parties. Perhaps I’m even more impressed by those who are the recipient of the proverbial “Surprise!” How do they keep … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures

Sand. Water. Sky. Canoe. Wind. What more could one want, at Black Bear Beach, Petawawa?

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Leadership: Adventure before Safety

The problem in North America today: “civilization influences our thoughts and our leaders toward safety and certainty rather than toward boldness and adventure.” p.33 “What our civilization needs most is leaders with a bold sense of adventure.” p.193 Qualities of … Continue reading

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A Holy Re-Orientation – Pentecost 2B

Mark 3:20-35 My experience at Luther Hostel last week reinforced some things that I think many of us who care about the church sense at some level – that something’s wrong with the church, and that something’s going to have … Continue reading

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Learning our history

First Protestant Church in Upper Canada – Mohawk Chapel 1785 Brantford Ontario Six Nations

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