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Last week, I had the opportunity to answer a “loaded” spiritual question on the air with one of our partner stations, WDCX in Buffalo, New York. Host Neil Boron, who runs a popular daily live call-in program called Lifeline, occasionally invites me to participate. And this was one such occasion. The subject we discussed is…

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Have you heard the one about the Irishman who got stuck in a McDonald’s baby chair? Actually it’s no joke. It happened. Police responded to assist the poor guy. Seems his backside was a little larger than the recommended size on the chair’s warning label. Some people like small spaces. I don’t. So when I…

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Throughout my life, I have often noticed that over the years, the reality of a sin cursed world and the hope presented in the gospel are seen in stark contrast with each other. And this year, things are surely that way. The dangers of terrorism with the ensuing attacks in both Paris and San Bernardino…

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It’s the most wonderful time of year. And it’s time for our annual Christmas quiz. Gather the family, munch on some Christmas cookies and keep track of your score. Are you ready?   1) In How the Grinch Stole Christmas, what made the Grinch so cranky? a) His mother-in-law visited each Christmas Eve b) His…

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Are you broke? If your tires are balder than your great granddad, and you’re reusing coffee grounds, you are broke. If you find yourself googling “recipes for roadkill,” and make regular trips to pawn shops to visit your stuff, you, my friend, are broke. I grew up below what our government calls the poverty line,…

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It is quite customary for both Christians and non-Christians to agree that Christmas has become too commercial. But most of us are aware that the retail economy of Canada depends on a robust December. When Canadians are feeling positive about the economy and their future, they spend a lot at Christmas. And this fuels the…

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