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I’m Glad I Moved On

I’m Glad I Moved On

The New Year always makes me feel nostalgic. It also makes me feel old, because how is it that I can...

I’m Glad I Moved On

I’m Glad I Moved On

The New Year always makes me feel nostalgic. It also makes me feel old, because how is it that I can remember things from two decades ago? The years really are moving fast. For me, it always feels a little intimidating to move into a new year. There are...

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ReceiveIt was 2018, on the eve of Good Friday. I was in a Wal-Mart line waiting to purchase a few groceries. The line took its time moving forward, but finally, the man in front of me stepped up to the cashier to make his purchase. He looked like he could...

That Good Light

That Good Light

What Are We Shining For?Stand anywhere in the city at night and you will see lights: streetlights, taillights, headlights, traffic lights. Look higher and you’ll see condos lit from within or a plane’s pulsing lights as it crosses the sky. In the streets,...

A Forest For The Tree

A Forest For The Tree

A few years back, an invasive species of insects infected some of the trees in my neighbourhood, and they had to be cut down. It’s taken a while, but this past summer, the city finally began to replant trees where the old ones had stood. The last time my...

The Enemy of Your Purpose

The Enemy of Your Purpose

Perfection.It looks a little different to everyone. To one person, it might mean riding off into the sunset with true love: the key to happy ever after. For another, that perfect peak is a degree obtained in a certain amount of time, a corporate ladder...

Letting Go of Last Season’s Rotting Fruit

Letting Go of Last Season’s Rotting Fruit

One of the ways I feel closest to God is when I am taking in His creation. Much like when re-reading the Bible, I can walk down the same paths over and over again and still walk away encouraged, or with my eyes opened to a new aspect of Truth.I walk to my...

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