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Retired Pastor Pat Duffin, High Prairie Christian Centre It’s easy to trust God when life going well and all is swell. But, when life turns sour and plummets into a living “hell on earth” that’s when we discover the true…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Why would they say those words? Why would they choose that course of action? How could they think that of me or someone I love? Who among us has…

Pastor Brian Gilroy, High Prairie Church of the Nazarene Proverbs 22:6 reminds us of the impact each one of us has on the development of the children and teens within our realm of influence. Regardless of whether we are a…

Pastor Keith Williams, High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church In his book Trusting God Jerry Bridges writes: “At 9:15 a.m., just after the children had settled into their first lesson on the morning of Oct. 21, 1966, a waste tip from…

Pastor Terry Goerz, Redeemer Lutheran Church Our congregation celebrated All Saints’ Day this past Sunday. It actually falls on Nov. 1, so we celebrated on the closest Sunday. On the Feast Day of All Saints’, we pray that we would…

Lay Minister Joseph L’Heureux “Gather us in Lord, the lost and the lonely, Gather us in the lost and the brave, Gather us in the poor and the lowly, Gather us in Lord, the whole human race,” This song came…

Pastor Pat Duffin, High Prairie Christian Centre In my previous article I discussed the difficulty coming to terms with the reality of addiction and surrendering to the truth, at least to the extent that a life-controlling and life-threatening problem exists.…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thanksgiving has just passed. In our family we have a tradition. No one eats the turkey until everyone shares something they are grateful for. Some years are easy. Gratitude…

Pastor Brian Gilroy, High Prairie Church of the Nazarene Everyone has a theology in life. Everyone has an opinion about God. The atheist believes there is no God. The agnostic is a person who believes nothing is known or can…

Pastor Keith Williams, High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church A.W. Tozer on the Almighty God says, “… But how can God say to the sinner, ‘I’ll move over halfway.’ Can He say, ‘You’re blind so I’ll move over and be half…

Pastor Terry Goerz, Redeemer Lutheran Church In England, Rudyard Kipling built a beautiful home for his wife Caroline. Both believed they would spend the rest of their lives there. Kipling became best friends with his wife’s brother and the two…

Lay Minister Joseph L’Heureux The burning bush that our Lord used to get Moses’ attention piqued his curiosity and God was able to begin a conversation and relationship with him. [Exodus 3:1-6] What strange phenomenon is God or Jesus using…

Retired Pastor Pat Duffin, High Prairie Christian Centre An entire family started attending church after moving into town. They came from a different Christian faith expression and we were delighted to receive them. At the time, I was preaching a…

Dan Cooper, President, High Prairie Branch, Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints We all want to grow and learn and be better today than we were yesterday. So why is change so hard? Personal growth is essential to God’s plan. The…

Pastor Keith Williams, High Prairie Bethel Baptist Church Satan watches for those vessels that sail without a convoy. During WW2, the German wolf packs were sinking many ships that tried to cross the Atlantic Ocean bringing supplies for the war…

Pastor Terry Goerz, Redeemer Lutheran Church Most everyone wants to prepare for that portion of our life where we “rest from our labours” We want to ensure a comfortable livelihood when we retire. However for Christians we look forward to…