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A Pattern of Prayer: In search of an everyday groove

A Pattern of Prayer

In search of an everyday groove by Lindsey Gallant I’m trying to get into a groove, a rhythm, a pattern, a way to move through the day with prayer. I am not a monk with hours for quiet contemplation, but a modern mom held to the pace of a two-and a four-year-old, living in a hundred-year-old house […]

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Giving Up Closet Space

Giving Up Closet Space

A movie inspires a movement of prayer by Robert Jones “This may be the first time in Canadian history when massive adversity has not turned masses of people to God in prayer.” When’s the last time you heard of a woman giving up closet space? Credit the movie War Room for that remarkable choice. Released […]

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Stepping Into the Lord’s Prayer

Stepping Into the Lord’s Prayer

An invitation to connect with the life of Christ by Robert Osborne “This, then, is how you should pray: ‘Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also […]

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Percée dans la guérison à Bothwell (Ontario)

Percée dans la guérison à Bothwell (Ontario)

par Jenny Svetec Bob Dietz a connu la bonté de Dieu tout au long de sa vie. À l’âge de 40 ans, il lui a été diagnostiqué une leucémie terminale et de quatre à quatorze ans à vivre selon l’oncologue. C’était il y a 27 ans. Il y a six ans, Bob est tombé dans […]

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Percée dans la guérison à Bothwell (Ontario)

Healing Breakthrough in Bothwell, Ontario

by Jenny Svetec Bob Dietz has known the goodness of God throughout his life. At 40, he was diagnosed with terminal leukaemia and given four to fourteen years by the oncologist. That was 27 years ago. Just six years ago, Bob fell down the stairs and broke his neck. To the doctor’s shock, the Lord […]

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Forgiving Miss White

Forgiving Miss White

Scroll down for Forgiveness: Making it Personal by Rose McCormick Brandon After graduation from Bible college, adventure brewing in my bones, I flew to Canada’s east coast to assist a female pastor. The moment I laid eyes on the matronly Miss White* I doubted my ability to adapt to her way of life. Her demeanor […]

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