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While I Was Watching

by Phil Callaway We laid you to rest on a Wednesday under the wide Alberta sky. I was hoping for a stray rain cloud to disguise my tears, but I wasn’t alone in that department. Saying goodbye to one you’ve admired since you were knee high to a tricycle isn’t easy. But one who taught […]

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Il le faut

Il le faut

Trois impératifs pour ceux qui suivent Jésus-Christ par Murray Cornelius Personne n’aime se faire dire ce qu’il doit faire. Il n’est donc pas surprenant que nous n’aimions pas entendre les mots « Il faut ». Nous résistons quand on nous dit qu’« il faut » ou qu’ « il ne faut pas que nous fassions ceci ou cela. […]

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Il le faut

We Must

Three Imperatives for Followers of Jesus Christ by Murray Cornelius No one likes to be told what to do. So it is no surprise that the word “must” is one word we really do not like to hear. We resist being informed that we “must” do this or “must not” do that. Adam and Eve […]

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One Life to Live

Une vie à vivre

par Dale Sanger À chaque période de 24 heures, il nous est donné 86 400 secondes à combler pour réaliser nos plans et nos rêves pour cette journée donnée. Chacun d’entre nous dispose exactement de la même quantité de temps – ni plus ni moins. Je trouve intéressant que nous nous plaignions souvent d’être très […]

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Joy in the Valley

Joy in the Valley

by Phil Callaway I’m known as a humorist, but sometimes life isn’t funny. Sometimes the mountaintops are clouded over and we are stuck in the valley. A recent Thanksgiving Day adventure showed me that there are cacti here in the valley, but I don’t need to sit on one. My attitude may not change my […]

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One Life to Live

One Life to Live

by Dale Sanger In every 24-hour period, we are given 86,400 seconds to try to fulfill our plans and dreams for that particular day. Each one of us has the exact same amount of time—no more or less. I find it interesting that we often complain about being busy when we are the ones who […]

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