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“You Choose Your Hard” – Or Do You?

There is a popular social media post doing the rounds that says “You Choose Your Hard.” But there’s something it’s missing…

Homelessness: “It Could Never Happen To Me…”

Hidden homelessness is something that affects so many people; there is likely someone you know who is affected, writes Lorrene McClymont.

The Importance of Wasting Time

What if wasting time was the most productive thing you could do this week? I mean intentionally giving yourself permission to rest or play.

Podcasting: Is This the Next Testament?

Via podcasts, the truths of the Bible are being rediscovered and re-presented for a new culture, a new generation, a new people of God.

Too Right Bluey, Creativity is Not a ‘Tool’

The problem is, creativity is not designed for solving problems. Sure, it can be helpful, but it’s not what it’s for.

Why Am I So Tired

Do you ever sleep a full eight hours only to wake up tired, only to repeat the cycle the next night, and wonder what on earth is going on?

Is Your Kettle Killing the Planet?

‘Right To Repair Laws’ are becoming a big thing. Yes, we now require laws to make companies allow you to fix the stuff you own.

Parenting Hack: Send Your Kids on Secret Missions

So far with secret missions I have convinced my kids to put dishes away, clean up someone else’s mess, be polite, and be quiet…

Counting my Blessings, Or, How to be Thankful

Sometimes it’s hard to see blessings when everything is going wrong. That’s when it’s time to be thankful, starting with the small things.

Why ‘AI’ Ain’t so ‘I’

Here’s why one writer is really that worried about Chat GPT: Chatbots can’t appeal to emotions, because it has none.

The Word Becomes Film – Book Review

‘The Word Becomes Film’ is a modern-day parable, introducing the reader to an incredibly easy way of speaking to others about God.

New Year, Old Me – Can Anyone Relate?

What if it’s a new year but it feels like the very same old you? It happens more than we talk about, writes Lorrene McClymont.

How to Create a Cozy Work and Study Space in Your Home

Now is the perfect time to update your study or home work space, writes Nikki Duthie. Think lighting, furniture, desk and accessories.

Podcasts for You in 2023

If you’re on the lookout for your next favourite podcast, here is a mix of faith-based and other genres for you to enjoy in 2023.

From Curve Balls to Curls – Finding Life’s Silver Linings

As I ponder life, I am led to the conclusion that in all things, I must look for the curls in the curve balls, the silver linings.

How Did I Get Here?

You know that feeling. You are sailing along with life, something happens that is not your choice and you think, “How did I get here?”

When it’s Time to Leave the Old Behind and Welcome the New

There are times in life we need to welcome new people and experiences with enthusiasm, and let others go with grace, writes Helen Carr.

Empty Nesters, New Beginnings – Tips for Your New-Look Relationship

Lorrene McClymont shares some thoughts on strengthening your relationship with your partner when you become empty nesters.