Monday , 11 December 2017
  • God’s Work is Done by Many Different Hands

    God’s Work is Done by Many Different Hands

    Not only was this my first trip to Haiti, it was also my first mission trip of any kind.  I couldn’t help but feel the power of God once I set foot on the work site.  The site was set adjacent to the school and we were immediately welcomed by ... Read More »
  • Becoming More Like Children

  • No Signature Necessary

    No Signature Necessary

  • Why I Go Pink

    Why I Go Pink

  • Find Your Beauty

    Find Your Beauty

  • ‘Tis the Season

    ‘Tis the Season

    It’s that time of year. Earlier this week I stopped to pick up butterscotch krumpets for my father-in-law and saw the familiar red kettle and heard the distinct bell ringing-the Salvation Army is out in full force. I stood in the checkout line and smiled as I watched the man ... Read More »
  • The Longer I Wait, the Deeper I Know

    The Longer I Wait, the Deeper I Know

  • Humble Beginnings

    Humble Beginnings

  • Nine Kinds of Generous

    Nine Kinds of Generous

  • Out of the Dust There is Life

    Out of the Dust There is Life

  • Generosity in Cuba

    Generosity in Cuba

    We had just finished a delicious dinner of rice, beans, pork and fruit, when Inervis, the leader of the camp crew, asked us to join her and the fellow staff members in the yard. It was our last night in Camp Canaán, which is where our group spent the majority ... Read More »
  • At the Worksite

    At the Worksite

  • Toronto Student Mission Trip

    Toronto Student Mission Trip

  • The Power of People

    The Power of People

  • Creativity Crisis

    Creativity Crisis

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