Category Archives: blogging

Thanks and have a good summer

  It’s time to unplug and tune in to the beauties of summer and to say good bye. My work life is shifting to pick up some additional duties in a transitional time, so this blog will probably not be … Continue reading

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Mark 11: Telling the Palm Sunday Story Together

Here’s a fresh and appropriate way to engage children in scripture telling for Palm Sunday, Mark 11: Telling the Palm Sunday Story Together. Blessings in the name of the Lord.

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Back for Fall

I’ve been gone for a season, but I’m glad to be back. It seems like a long time, but I was glad for the break from weekly posting. My fingers haven’t been idle, though. Here are a few of the … Continue reading

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Happy Summering!

Summer in Manitoba is too short to spend at a laptop. During the long winter months sign of NDD, nature deficit disorder, appear in the lives of all but the hardiest among us. But now, days are long, temperatures mild, … Continue reading

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On Blogging and Sausage Making?

A year ago, I committed to developing a blog as a discipline for Lent, something I had been encourage to try but had resisted for quite some time. Since then, I’ve done some other things for the first time, like … Continue reading

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Please Pass the Faith?

Please pass the faith? Does this mean something like, “Please pass the butter, I’d like to spread some on my toast”? Or does it mean, “You’re offering me faith? Oh, no thank you. I’ll pass.”  The phrase “pass  the faith” … Continue reading

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