Burnout: You Don’t Think the Elastic Band Will Break – Until It Does

By: Stephen McAlpine

I was just finishing a sermon when it all came crashing down.  Not my sermon.  Me.  I came crashing down.

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‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ is Less Evil Than it Sounds and Looks

By: Laura Bennett

When a movie’s called ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ it doesn’t seem like one with sound moral values – but don’t let its dark visuals and fantastical themes fool you.

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10 Best Bible Studies for Women to Help You Grow in Faith

By: Brittany Ann

Looking for the best Bible Studies for Women? Here are 10 great topical, book and daily Bible study books your’e sure to love!
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Capturing Stories of Poverty and Compassion

By: Leigh Ockey

Four flights. A trolley load each of oversize baggage at every airport. Stopped by security at every checkpoint because there’s 7 kilos of batteries in each of our bags.
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Emerging Generation’s Recommended Screen-Time – It’s Less Than You Think

By: McCrindle

It is hard to refute the statement that we are now living in the great screenage.  Screen-based devices are now a regular part of our day to day lives and have a monumental impact on the emerging generations.
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The Voice from the Heart of Darkness

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

We expect to see God in beauty, praise, and joy. We expect to see God in light. But what happens when all we see is darkness?
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4 Ways to Keep Your Pets Safe This Fire Season

By: Beth Rivers

Let’s face it, our four-legged pets are more than just pets, they’re family members that can even take top spot in the family hierarchy (aka, your Dad’s favourite child) — and they need a fire safety plan.
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How Looking Beyond Profits Will Make You More Profitable

By: Michael McQueen

 “A business that makes nothing but money is a poor kind of business.”  – Henry Ford
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