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One step ahead: Private school helps students stay on track in-class, and online

One step ahead: Private school helps students stay on track in-class, and online

Southpointe Academy has thrived in the challenging circumstances brought on by the global pandemic.
Minister’s Minute: A Time of Holy Waiting

Minister’s Minute: A Time of Holy Waiting

As we immerse ourselves into the Biblical readings assigned for Advent there is a running theme that reveals itself
Operation Popcorn: Thanking health professionals for the gift of life

Operation Popcorn: Thanking health professionals for the gift of life

Every December, Operation Popcorn signals the start of the season of giving

Minister's Minute: Looking Forward with Hope

Through the ages, there has been much talk about the “end times.
Glow Stick Theology!

Glow Stick Theology!

The other day we celebrated my wife and my youngest grandchild’s birthdays together. It was, of course, a COVID appropriate party with only one friend and my kids in attendance.
Minister's Minute: That freedom & peace reigns not conflict

Minister's Minute: That freedom & peace reigns not conflict

On Wednesday people from around the world gathered at 11 a.m. to remember all who have served in the armed forces and paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Minister's Minute: Hope in God

Minister's Minute: Hope in God

I often check a person's hope meter. Especially if they are struggling emotionally because losing hope is like losing everything. Hope is the belief that my tomorrow will be better than my today.
Deltans in awe of snow geese sightings

Deltans in awe of snow geese sightings

This year Deltans could see a record number of snow geese passing through the Fraser River estuary on their migration cycle and if the number of photos and comments on social media are any indication, residents are in awe of the spectacle. Dr.
Minister’s Minute: Truly Free

Minister’s Minute: Truly Free

In a brilliant sermon titled “ Man’s Sin and God’s Grace ,” Martin Luther King, Jr.
Meet Crocus

Meet Crocus

Every spring we find ourselves regretting that we did not plant more of these charmers now emerging in quick succession. Look closely and you'll see native bees feasting within their tiny cupped blossoms.