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Joseph L’Heureux, Lay Minister Why do we need Jesus in our life? That’s actually quite simple. Among all religions, Christianity is the only one whose leader has conquered death. This is very important and worth repeating: “Jesus is the only…

Pastor Pat Duffin, High Prairie Christian Centre It was a freak summer storm with freezing rain, glazed roads, high winds and no other fools on the road but my friend, and I, as we wended our way toward Grande Cache…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Recently, I was reading of ancient King Solomon. He was one of the most outwardly successful human beings in history. He seemed to have everything: money, power, adoration, honour.…

Pastor Brian Gilroy, High Prairie Church of the Nazarene The IWK Children’s Hospital is a very busy and confusing hospital to visit. However, the hospital administration has developed a unique way for the patients who come from across the Atlantic…

Assistant Pastor Kindrie Gordey, High Prairie Victory Life Church You can do what seems impossible, by starting with what you have. Matthew 15:32-39 is an account of one of the instances where Jesus fed a multitude of people. A great…

Pastor Keith Williams, High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church When I was a teenager, my dad took me to his machine shop and told me, “Don’t look directly at the welding light; it can blind you.” But as a teenager I…

Pastor Terry Goerz High Prairie Redeemer Lutheran Church In my last article, Marching as to War, I explained there is a struggle within us for control of our mind. This lifelong struggle that all Christians participate in that allows them…

Joseph L’Heureux, Lay Minister The Scandal of the Cross, was just that for all those who were followers of Jesus. They could not understand why an innocent man who went about doing good, healing people and loving others, was crucified.…

Pastor Pat Duffin, High Prairie Christian Centre We “know good” how to worry. It’s not something anyone had to teach us, although we probably learned some from our parents. But, we seem to be born with that second nature built…

Pastor Keith Williams, High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church I like to spend time in the bush with nature, exploring new places and looking for animals. At night, darkness impedes my view of things I am unable to see clearly. Sometimes,…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints While living in Edmonton as a young father of two small and active children, my wife and I were shopping at Walmart one evening. While my wife was browsing…

Pastor Brian Gilroy, High Prairie Church of the Nazarene Many people by nature are hoarders. We come up with the craziest reasons as to why we need to keep something that enters our household. Even if the usefulness of the…

Assistant Pastor Kindrie Gordey, High Prairie Victory Life Church Our perspective influences our approach to life. As I begin another journey overseas, there is a struggle to keep my vantage point “I have” instead of “I need”. All aspects of…

Pastor Terry Goerz High Prairie Redeemer Lutheran Church Most Christians are familiar with the hymn “Onward Christians Soldiers”. We are marching as to war. The vision in most minds is of Christians in some far off foreign land waring against…

Joseph L’Heureux, Lay Minister The resurrection of Jesus Christ, is God’s most powerful, wonderful and mysterious ongoing work and miracle in the world. Bear with me and I shall share with you why. Two weeks ago August 6th, the Church…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Ada Bitner Hinckley, often said that, “A happy attitude and smiling countenance could boost one over almost any misfortune and that every individual was responsible for his own happiness.”…