Skip to content

Living

Minister's Minute: Small turkey, big Thanksgiving

Minister's Minute: Small turkey, big Thanksgiving

With large family gatherings discouraged in a year that many people can’t wait to see the end of, it is understandable that folks will have a hard time getting into the Thanksgiving spirit.
Meet Buckwheat

Meet Buckwheat

South Delta Garden Club
Minister's Minute: Warning: caution fatigue ahead!

Minister's Minute: Warning: caution fatigue ahead!

Some time ago I was introduced to the term, compassion fatigue – the experience of giving out more through caring and compassion then you are able to replenish - something that people in caring professions know all too well.
Minister's Minute: Back to. . . normal?

Minister's Minute: Back to. . . normal?

Back to school, back to work, back to church. . . well not quite back to normal. More and more, things seem to be getting back to a familiar routine.
A drive-by bee book signing

A drive-by bee book signing

The bee guy will be signing books socially-distanced and via drive-by this Sunday in Ladner. Author Dave Doroghy will be in the parking lot in front of Black Bond Books from noon to 4 p.m.
Minister's Minute: Imagine...

Minister's Minute: Imagine...

Imagine if people were able to recognize you simply by your behavior. Imagine if your behaviour became your reputation, not only out in public, but even more so at home. Philippians 4:4-5 Rejoice in the Lord always and again I say, Rejoice.
Meet the swans

Meet the swans

Think summer anemone and we think immediately of fall-blooming pink Japanese windflowers. These swans are nothing like that.
Minister's Minute: Knowing about God vs Knowing God

Minister's Minute: Knowing about God vs Knowing God

How much do you know about God? Maybe quite a lot. You may have read the Bible, memorized the creeds, read volumes of theology. The truth is, though, if you don’t know the love of God, you don’t know God.
To spa or not to spa

To spa or not to spa

Travel
Meet Spurge

Meet Spurge

Spurge is a Euphorbia. Euphorbia is the 'last' name for a huge family of familiar plants - annuals, perennials, shrubs and succulents. Think poinsettia and you have their characteristics, bracts instead of flowers and milky sap.