Finding Peace

Isn’t it paradoxical that the season meant to usher in the most peace has become one of the most hectic times of the year? There are lights to hang, presents to buy, packages to wrap, parties to attend, guests to host, Christmas baking to complete, cards to write… the list…
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God With Us

(Pictured: Jamal and his mother, Kinza. The names of both have been changed for privacy.) Over two thousand years ago, the Prince of Peace was born in an unassuming stable. Today, less than 300 kilometers away, lives a boy named Jamal. Jamal is seven, and his bright eyes and tender…
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The Light of the World

In the ancient world, when someone very important was about to arrive, it was called an Advent. Many Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus for four Sundays with an Advent Wreath. We add the light of one fresh candle each Sunday until Christmas Eve. The wreath is round to symbolize eternity and…
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Hope – The Birth of a Saviour

Among the wonderful things that have happened to me since I moved to Toronto two years ago are that I got a job at World Vision Canada and I met Melinda Estabrooks, a former employee of that organization and someone whom I have come to greatly admire for her courage…
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Finding Hope

Hope. The word holds so much future promise, don’t you think? As defined by the Oxford dictionary, hope is a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. We can all relate to a sense of hopeful anticipation—a longing for a particular event to arrive.  We may…
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To Be A Champion

Women Champions I love the word champion. It has two definitions according to the dictionary. a person who has defeated or surpassed all rivals in a competition a person who fights or argues for a cause or on behalf of someone else Most of the time, the first definition is…
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