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Last week I wrote that it is the obligation of every Canadian to pray for our government and our leaders. Since we now know that the new Prime Minister is Justin Trudeau, let’s commit ourselves – as long as he is our Prime Minister – to faithfully stand on his behalf before our heavenly Father.…

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When our kids were small, we’d dress up our kids in cute little costumes each Halloween, and let them loose in our tiny little town. They’d return with full bags and big grins. If you’re a parent, you know your kids are wired differently. This was never quite so evident as during those weeks following…

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As believers, it’s important that we pay attention to news stories that secular media will not, and sometimes even refuse, to cover. Last August, ISIS executed 12 Christians for not denouncing their faith in Christ. One of them was the 12-year-old son of a Syrian missionary who had established nine house churches in the region.…

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By the time you read this, Canadians will be going to the polls, and, for some, the election results will already be in. Our country will have a new government. In the coming days ahead, we will have time to ascertain what the results mean, and the direction in which we are headed. I have…

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Do movies make you laugh? When our kids were small, we had a tradition. We would spread a big blanket on the floor, put popcorn onto it, make some pizza, and munch away as we watched a family friendly film. One of my favourite movie laughs comes in The Pink Panther Strikes Again. The ridiculous…

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A couple told me the other day that something I wrote has been hanging on their fridge for years. Here it is: “Eight Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Son.”   Back when I was a teen, boys chased the girls.   But around about March of 1988, girls began chasing boys. They became aggressive.…

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