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Women in Spiritual and Religious Life

Women in Spiritual and Religious Life

Sunday, February 5 | 2:00 - 5:00 pm | Spirit of Life Lutheran Church. This event, held in recognition of Interfaith Harmony Week, is free to attend
Safeguarding the sacred amidst the Holocaust

Safeguarding the sacred amidst the Holocaust

Yesterday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Auschwitz was liberated by the Russians on Jan. 27, 1945. Etty Hillesum's diary is an intimate and haunting moral document for the ages
Keeping the beat of my day by checking in with the Divine

Keeping the beat of my day by checking in with the Divine

In our busy lives, trying to find stillness, a pause, can be challenging, but so worth it
Leaping into uncertainty with a little trust

Leaping into uncertainty with a little trust

The Bible story of Nathaniel’s willingness to stay open and embrace uncertainty is something I want to carry into every day.
Anger, and how to manage (without) it

Anger, and how to manage (without) it

It seems that everyone has something to be angry about these days, and it is also clear that many of us are experiencing "anger fatigue", but there is a way to find a deeper peace that calms reactions and anger.
Spare a thought for those experiencing compassion fatigue

Spare a thought for those experiencing compassion fatigue

The people supporting those who grieve often need support themselves.
Immigrant Communities Make up the Fabric of Canadian Society

Immigrant Communities Make up the Fabric of Canadian Society

Canada is missing out by not recognizing the credentials of new immigrants to our country, not recognizing their expertise to help fill the skill gaps that exist in our labour market.
My Brother’s Keeper: 9 Economic Tips for Uniting Humanity

My Brother’s Keeper: 9 Economic Tips for Uniting Humanity

“Am I my brother’s keeper?” Cain asked God after slaying his brother Abel. That famous question from Genesis forms one of the primary moral lessons of Judaism and Christianity – and of all religion.
New Year is like riding a train into the unknown

New Year is like riding a train into the unknown

Most of us crave a degree of predictability in our lives.  I wonder how all this will shape our thinking on this New Years Eve as we prepare to turn the page to 2023.
First Nations Translation of the Bible brings fresh insight and perspective to Christmas story

First Nations Translation of the Bible brings fresh insight and perspective to Christmas story

The First Nations Version is the creation of an all-Indigenous Translation Council. To read the birth story of Creator Sets Free (Jesus) in this new translation gives new insight and understanding to the traditional Christmas story.
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