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There is nothing better than being a little kid at Christmas time. You write to Santa begging for that Barbie dream house, or Xbox system while also trying to memorize the verses of “Away in a Manger” for the church pageant. There are snowmen to build, and gingerbread houses to decorate. Everything is perfect, and you get that special Christmas feeling in your stomach.
There’s always been tension between seeing and believing. Especially over the last few decades, there has been an increasingly heavy emphasis on the belief that truth exists only when we can prove things scientifically or experience them for ourselves.
What is the one thing that over 200 young people from across Canada had in common? What is the one thing that these young people desired? What is the one thing that these young people knew they couldn’t live without? The answer to that question is God.
Real Talk with Nathan White: Does It Matter That We Celebrate New Year’s Eve At Church? Is It Important?
Written by Nathan White of Edmonton, Alberta I firmly believe that there is a heart behind everything you do. You have to dig into the outward appearance of a situation,…
Deck the halls with boughs of holly! Another Christmas, with all its nostalgic traditions, is upon us. As the presents gather under the tree, whether a freshly cut blue spruce or a pathetically thin one like you see in Charlie Brown, the Christmas countdown is inevitable.
Throughout the generations my family has passed down skills and traditions in quilting and knitting. My mother and grandmother (Nana) have been the most influential people in my life. Thanks to their influence, lessons and encouragement, ever since I was little the passion for design has become my strength. Out of all of the different things in this world, I hold most dear the ability to create.
Canadians are known worldwide for our polite nature and “sorry”-filled vocabulary. If somebody elbows us in a crowd, we politely and quickly say “Sorry!” as we continue on our way without a second thought. We are known for apologizing for other’s mishaps. The other day I said “Sorry” when someone else spilled ice cream on my shoe.