Freedom Road: My Brief Life as a Christian Activist

Freedom Road: My Brief Life as a Christian Activist

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Musician Steve Bell never pictured himself as an activist. But a photo that showed a First Nation family weeping in a terrible grief changed all that.
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landmarks lost – Poetry

landmarks lost – Poetry

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Drink in the haunting poem “landmarks lost” by award-winning Canadian poet Ann Laidlaw. Continue reading

A New Renaissance: The Sacred Arts

A New Renaissance: The Sacred Arts

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“Art was and is still a way to study and understand the Divine, the Sacred, to touch the untouchable,” says Giancarlo Penlenghi, Director of the Sacred Art School in Florence, Italy. Find out how and why the Sacred Arts are making such a comeback. Continue reading

Alana Levandoski: Behold, I Make All Things New

Alana Levandoski: Behold, I Make All Things New

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Singer/Songwriter Alana Levandoski tasted success early, with a career that included touring with the likes of Bruce Cockburn and Blue Rodeo, and releasing acclaimed albums of her own. When it all came crashing down, her faith led her to a totally stripped down, simple and sacred life…and new ideas of “success”. Continue reading

Sometimes God Gives a Seed

Sometimes God Gives a Seed

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Maria Morales and her husband grew up in a place where many of us flee to escape the winter blues: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. But broken dreams were a catalyst for this young couple. They made a crazy “proposal” to God – to bless their move from tropical paradise to a frozen northland called Canada. Continue reading

Two Books on Neuroplasticity by Norman Doidge

Two Books on Neuroplasticity by Norman Doidge

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Did God design our brains to have built-in powers of healing? Bill Locke reviews two mind-bending books exploring a notion that flips many of our theories of medicine on their head: neuroplasticity. Continue reading

One Prisoner’s Story

One Prisoner’s Story

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Imagine finding yourself in jail, marriage and career busted, hope destroyed, overwhelmed by shame. But sometimes hitting rock bottom gives you the perspective to finally look up and see the light. Continue reading