Monthly Archives: March 2011

Living Water

“We can’t round up enough containers to hold everything God generously pours into our lives through the Holy Spirit.” (Romans 5:5 – The Message) This morning is one of the first sunny days we’ve had in what seems a long, … Continue reading

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Reflections on the 2011 Women’s Retreat

I’ve just returned from our Annual Women’s Retreat and after a short nap,  and a hot bath I’m experiencing a sense of contentment about how the retreat turned out.  22 women took part from my church and a neighbouring one, … Continue reading

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Why can’t we be friends?

Recently on Twitter, Carol Howard Merrit posted a question about the problem of “speaking up” that Progressives seem to have and wondered why.  I’ve pondered that question quite a bit over the past couple of days.  As an Canadian Anglican, … Continue reading

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“Twitterisms” today

I’ve received a couple of interesting “Tweets” today, and thought I’d share them: From “parishcollectiv” Q.  “What action could do the most good for the church….?” Eugene Peterson (author of “The Message):  “Go to the church nearest your home, shut … Continue reading

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Springing forth

Five things that are springing forward in my life this spring: *A sense of excitement and renewed hope after a personal time of winter. *New challenges, new opportunities, new joy *new relationships *a new sense of self as a fierce, … Continue reading

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Day off

Today was an unintentional day off.  I had plans to attend an event this morning, but after a very sleepless night I woke up and realized that I was really tired, so I pulled the covers up over my head, … Continue reading

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Spring!

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