Tag: Bible

Peace & Retreat in Admist the Public Life

It’s going to sound ridiculous, I know. How could I possibly have the word Peace as my 2019 Word? And how on earth could I feel a sense of being invited to retreat in my soul while also saying “Yes!” to open doors and…

LEAD Women Zoe Discipleship Group

Date: Starts September 18th, 2018 LEAD Women Zoe Discipleship group begins September 18th from 7-9 pm weekly. It will be facilitated by Leslie Stadnichuk and myself.  You can learn more about the Identity course here. (Scroll down to watch Leanne’s video.) For this course,…

The Undistracted Martha

An important story with important truths is found in Luke 10: 38-42. I’ll include it below so you also can read and glean from it. Luke 10:38–42 (NLT): Jesus Visits Martha and Mary 38 As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to…

Like Lambs Among Wolves

This morning, the devotional journal I am working my way through led me to Luke 10:1-16. What a powerful passage! I’d encourage you to go an read it, taking time after to prayerfully reflect and journal. I wrote these words in my digital bullet…

Don’t Be Shady: You Were Meant to Shine

I preached today here in Saskatoon at my home church, Westside Pentecostal. (The sermon can be found online here in the coming week.) And it was a timely word, a word worth turning into a blog post. And here’s why I think it’s worth…

Who may ascend the mountain of the Lord? Reflections on Psalm 24

What a glorious long weekend it was here in Saskatoon, SK. I got to be home on my farm, spend time with my hubby and the kids that were around, write my research proposal for my major research project required to successfully complete a…

God’s in the Waiting

Be still my soul,  God is in the waiting. He’s present, patient, working. Sometimes I see Holy Spirit at work, others times I don’t – but I know God is always at work. From ages past no one has heard, no ear has perceived,…

Love Lived Out Matters – Lessons From Philemon

Earlier this month I had the privilege of teaching a group of Grade 10 students at Saskatoon Christian School the Inductive Study Method. (More information about that method can be found here.) It was my third year being asked and the last two years…

Sacred Rhythms: Queen’s House, Room #19

Do you have yearly rhythms that you try to stick to because you know they’re good for you? If so, pause for a moment and ask yourself if you’ve stuck to the commitments you made to yourself – the ones like getting enough rest,…

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