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A Few More Mittens on the Line!

I spent a few rainy afternoons last week knitting mittens and then just couldn’t resist hanging them out on a line once the sunshine broke through the clouds!  I’ve been gravitating towards brighter colours lately and am literally finding new excitement as I create each mitten. The bright pinks, purples and yellows are so inspiring.  Spring has finally arrived and we can all come out of hibernation!  As we enjoy springs arrival, mitten production at CommuKNITy Cares is not  ...

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Faith, Inspired

Humble steps back down

I continue to grow in my faith each time I follow what I like to call “nudges” that I receive from the Holy Spirit.  I’ve been feeling another one of those nudges these past few months.  He brought to my attention a bitterness that has been lingering deep within me.   A situation involving another person occurred a number of years ago that I have struggled to let go of and forgive.  I have to admit I was well aware of the bitterness I felt because whenever their name came  ...

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Faith, Inspired

There’s HOPE in that box!

What if?  I’ve often wondered what my life would have been like if I was born into different circumstances.  Would it look like it does today? I have pondered that for many hours and have come to the realization that I was born into the exact circumstances that God chose for me to be born into.  Our Lord has planned everything in this world right down to the number of hairs on each of our heads!  Think for a moment about that and the following verse from the Psalms… For it was  ...

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Faith, Inspired

Freedom at the Cross

Sunday April 15, 2001 was the first church service I ever attended and it just so happened to be an Easter Sunday service! I’ve often said there couldn’t be a better day to be introduced to the church.  I sat amongst a joyous crowd that morning as we celebrated Christ’s resurrection.  I had no idea what that meant at the time, but that really didn’t matter to me because being there felt good. As we are approaching Easter once again, I have been reminiscing about how  ...

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