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October 10, 2016

Welcome to the Demise of America!

By: Lorna Dueck

Last weekend my husband and I did a road trip into the heart of Midwest USA, and when we arrived at our destination near Lanark, Illinois, a friend there greeted us with “Welcome to the demise of America!” We laughed uncomfortably, avoided politics all weekend... Read More
September 6, 2016

Leadership Lessons from Mother Teresa

By: Lorna Dueck

Leadership lessons from Mother Teresa are different than one might expect from someone with a global brand for compassion. Read More
May 20, 2016

Justin Trudeau: When a Bible Passage Says It All

By: Lorna Dueck

The Prime Minister sat in bed and read the Bible after his scandalous charge across the House of Commons floor to manhandle people he disagreed with. Bibles are good at a time like that. Bibles are filled with human emotion, character flaws, violence and stupidity. Bibles also hold advice for comfort, with words that are poignantly honest that recovery equals consequences. Read More
April 20, 2016

Assisted Death Law is Spiritual not Religious Debate

By: Lorna Dueck

You don’t have to be a religious adherent to see this is a law of spiritual dimensions. Bill C-14 affects what it is to be human in both autonomy and community, and that is fundamentally the stuff of intangible spiritual values. Read More
April 15, 2016

2 Ways You Can Respond to the Aboriginal Suicide Crisis

By: Lorna Dueck

There is a spiritual side to the First Nation’s suicide crisis in Canada. Here are two responses for attending to the much needed care of this national emergency. Read More
March 24, 2016

3 Spiritual Disciplines for a Meaningful Easter

By: Lorna Dueck

In the spirit of getting a grip on what really matters about Easter, lets explore some reflection on three spiritual disciplines that help to correct my course away from a meaningless Easter: Read More
March 4, 2016

When Doctor Assisted Death is Rejected

By: Lorna Dueck

Canadian politicians are on the cusp of finalizing death on demand. We’ve got a short window, perhaps as quickly as April 1, 2016 to speak our opinion on how we wish Canadian law on assisted death to be written. Read More
February 11, 2016

Why is Lent such a big deal?

By: Lorna Dueck

Lent has begun. A time when a Christian, like myself, comes screeching to a halt and sits, at least for a few moments, and realizes I have something big to contemplate. Read More
January 29, 2016

The Missing Drum in La Loche

By: Lorna Dueck

As Prime Minister Trudeau visits the aftermath of Canada’s largest school shooting, images in our news cycle tell a story many of us never knew of La Loche, Saskatchewan. Read More
January 7, 2016

Saudi Arms Deal: Repairing the Wounds of War

By: Lorna Dueck

Canada should not be proud that 3,000 domestic jobs would produce armoured tanks equipped to protect the Saudi Arabian Royal Family. Yes, the clan is a trying to rout terrorism, but it does so with a grip on Wahhabism and weaponry that violates human rights.
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December 23, 2015

Christmas Exists Because God Gave

By: Lorna Dueck

At the heart of a global celebration that has endured for centuries and gone through endless creative cultural adaptations is a historic seed; God gave to the human race. The gift God gave was Jesus. Read More
December 4, 2015

Faith, Security and Compassion in National Hero Kevin Vickers

By: Lorna Dueck

It never hurts to hear from a national hero when lurking around our emotions are fears of widows and orphans from Islamic states. Since shooting a terrorist in the halls of Parliament Hill, Canada’s former Sergeant-at-Arms, Ambassador Kevin Vickers, has had to think through his own approach to security. Read More

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