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The realities of our day

The realities of our day

I often wonder what will it take to wake up every nation on this planet to the realization that the end of human history, as we know it, is drawing to a close. It seems no event, be a pandemic, natural disasters that set new precedence, global warming/climate change,...

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The Way

The Way

I attended a musical stage presentation entitled “The Way,” recently. It featured popular singers from the sixties, seventies, eighties and nineties.  Notables such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, the Righteous Brothers, Olivia Newton John, and a host of...

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The Empty Chair

The Empty Chair

It was empty. The chair Santa used to sit up to December 24, 2019 was lying there alone, no weight to bear down on it, no creaking as Santa shifted for different poses with the children. All gone. The line-ups disappeared, too. The elaborate and eye-catching...

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A time for resolutions?

A time for resolutions?

In this article, Elder Murray Palmatier, who co-pastors the CGI Burlington congregation, offers some deep insights for Christians as we enter a new calendar year and decade. This time of the year, many people get caught up in the ritual of making "New Year...

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Poor Santa!

Poor Santa!

I have been watching a tired Santa Claus each time I passed a mall, this week, as he tries to shorten the long line-up of parents and their children, wanting to pose for a picture with him. This Santa, certainly not an omnipresent being, as parents untruthfully tell...

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