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Anchored To The Rock

June 25, 2016

One of the places that we visited on our cruise last February and March did not have a large enough harbour to accommodate our ship. So we dropped anchor offshore, and then, people were taken to the shore in small boats. We stayed on …( read more )

Do They Know It's Christmas?

December 13, 2013

In 1984, Sir Bob Geldof and Midge Ure wrote a song titled Do They Know It's Christmas? to raise money for the people of Ethiopia who were in dire need due to the famine which lasted from 1983 to 1985. Many musicians gathered together …( read more )

Pioneer Stock

January 3, 2013

Louis L'Amour, author of so many wonderful western (actually historical) novels, said that western men and women possessed character and dignity.

"Wherever you see them, the men and women who went west, old now and often poor, carry …( read more )

Well-Placed Hope

August 4, 2011

In the winter, the cold and snow cause the attendance at our small church to dwindle to a handful, but in the summer, when the "snowbirds" return, so does our attendance. Nevertheless, our Congregational Life Committee has been searching for … (read more)

From One Day To The Next

May 2, 2011

We live a five-minute drive from Kempenfelt Bay. We go there often to enjoy the walking paths or just to sit on one of the many benches, watching the water, or the people young and old walking their dogs, or … (read more)

In The Murky Waters

March 24, 2011

Having two boys means lots of adventures, and I want to be right in the middle of it with them. That desire took us out in our boat on a warm sunny day with camera and map in hand, in … (read more)

Keep The Faith

July 15, 2009

Keeping the faith requires a lot of hard work, especially in our society. In contrast to fifty years ago, churches are faced with fierce competition for people to do other things on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights. Weekly worship and … (read more)

Dion (Part 2)

November 5, 2008

Dion is thriving and growing. It is fun to watch and take care of him. When Dion first came to stay, I went onto the Internet to find out as much as possible in order to care for my Venus … (read more)

An Old Lie

September 10, 2008

When I was in high school, I belonged to the sprint relay team. It was an honour to be chosen, and I loved running around the bends of the 400-metre track. The coach that we had was superb. He was … (read more)

The Anchor

January 28, 2005

A huge anchor is cast in stone in a park on the corner of Old Yonge Street and Doane Road, just north of Toronto, Ontario. The sign beside it says: {One of my husband's ancestors drove one of the oxen … (read more)

Through Every Change

May 13, 2004

For several weeks last spring, my way of life was turned upside down. We were getting ready to move to a smaller home, and, before that could happen, we needed to sort through nearly thirty years of keepsakes and memories, … (read more)

The Anchor That Holds

February 25, 2004

There is one place I don't want to be in a north-easterly gale, and that is on the water. Not long ago, one of these storms brought high winds, up to 72 centimetres of snow, and winter havoc to the … (read more)

The Anchor

June 27, 2003

Rotterdam is a beautiful city. Some of the most striking things that give this city its beauty are the pretty harbours, the magnificent bridges, the tall high-rise buildings, and, lastly, the finely sculptured monuments. Every Friday, I take a tram … (read more)

Will Your Anchor Hold?

June 7, 2003

Talking with my father-in-law about his surname, which I took when I married his son, he told me that a "killick" is an anchor. Since our conversation, I've been thinking about what "anchor" means. It means "hope". My hope is … (read more)

Crutches

April 4, 2000

I like to be asked. "Asked for what?" I hear you say. Well — anything, I suppose. When I am asked to do something, it makes me feel needed, empowered, eager to help. These are really good feelings, and should … (read more)

Time To Say Goodbye

February 21, 1999

It's a rare December that passes without the news of the death of a family friend or member. The news is received either in a Christmas card, by phone, and now even by e-mail. Throughout my life I've experienced the … (read more)

Going Home

February 2, 1999

A three-hour round-trip to the airport, to fetch some friends flying in from the prairies, passed right by a river where the salmon were spawning, so we stopped to watch the incredible, though somewhat heart-wrenching, miracle. The river was low, … (read more)

Dreams Of Hope

December 2, 1996

You've seen "Field of Dreams". It is a fanciful, all-American re-enactment of the great American pastime of baseball set in a corn field. The plot has a voice calling out to the star, "If you build it, he will come", … (read more)

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