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The Offer of PEACE

“These things I have spoken to you, that in Me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good

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True Colours

The sales clerk, the kid on a bicycle, the crossing guard, the man who stands in line for food for his family – all have

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More than a Conqueror

How To Move From Simply Surviving – To Being More than a Conqueror Some thoughts on Romans 8:35-39 “Who shall separate us from the love

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God’s Masterpiece

While visiting family in Edmonton I thought it was about time to learn how to paint.  Ken’s dad is a self taught oil based artist.

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Character

A thought form the pen of retired Salvation Army Officer – Major Ted Percy.   I am thinking of character! I suppose it might be

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The Little Tree

One wintery day this little tree caught my attention.  It was laden down with snow, its little branches were failing under the heaviness of the

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Kettle Warm & Fuzzies

Volunteering for the iconic red kettle campaign consists of hand sanitizer, limited capacity and yes even wiping down the red bubble. With the cost of

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Giving Back

Marilyn Lannon’s reason for volunteering is summed up with three simple words: ‘giving is living.’ Having been raised in The Salvation Army, the value of

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By the way…

By the way, I am moving next month… By the way did you know that so and so is not happy with…. By the way

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The First Snowfall

That first snowfall always makes the season brighter! It glistens and sparkles as the sun’s rays bounce off the fluffy white layering the ground. It’s

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What’s on your mind?

An excerpt form the pen of retired Salvation Army Officer – Major Ted Percy. “Every time I look at the space where I share ‘my

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Prayer Request

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