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What Does the Cross Mean to You?

During our Good Friday service, my pastor stood at the front of the sanctuary and begged the simple question: What does the cross mean to you? Four people came forward, each from different walks of life, to answer the question. One person spoke about wholeness. Another completion. And yet another ...

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The Human Body–Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

As we celebrate our risen Saviour today, I thought it would be interesting to look at some of the ways He created our bodies so “fearfully and wonderfully” in His image. Brain The brain consists of approximately 100 billion neurons (nerve cells) which gather and transmit signals. The brain does ...

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Our Hope: Not the End of the Story

“So when Jesus had received the sour wine, He said, ‘It is finished!’  And bowing His head, He gave up His spirit.”  John:19:30 (NKJV) Jesus rode triumphantly on a donkey’s back into the holy city, Jerusalem, during the Passover.  He was celebrated as a king. He spent a few days ...

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Dying of a Broken Heart

We all know the physical body is amazing—able to accomplish great feats and withstand immense trauma.  But did you know grief can kill a person? It is possible to die from a broken heart. Broken Heart Syndrome is a legitimate medical diagnosis.  Intense grief, trauma or fear can do more ...

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Who Is It “All About” Anyway?

As a parent, many times I was moved to say to my young one, “You are not the mother.  You are not the Queen.  You are not God.”  She often operated under the mistaken idea that everything centered around her; and if it didn’t, then it should. Ever come across ...

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