Crossing Tracks

Crossing Thresholds

Crossing Thresholds

Many have been challenged over the intervening months of the current global pandemic, endeavouring to cross their own personal Sahara Desert; all in an effort to get to an oasis of relief, restoration and refreshment; desperately needing to have their parched souls watered and renewed.

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Restoring Dignity and Hope

Restoring Dignity and Hope

It has been a painful few weeks. If truth be told, it has been a painful year thus far. We are almost halfway through 2020 and it feels as if we’ve not even had a chance to catch our breath, much less take one. Here in Canada the unfolding tragedies in our Atlantic...

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Strangers From The Future

Strangers From The Future

Here is a thought. Memories are anchored in the past, companion us in the present, and are undiscovered strangers from the future. They span timelines and seasons, evoke a myriad of emotions and have the capacity to either strengthen or destabilize our equilibrium....

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Purposeful Identity

Purposeful Identity

In just over 48 hours of this writing, it will be April 1st 2020. It's been some time since my last post and the following reveal the intervals of time which have transpired since then (my apologies for that by the way). 3 months * 92 days * 13 Saturdays * 14 Sundays...

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Hidden Miracles

Hidden Miracles

Moses had issues. Yes that Moses. The very same military trained, Egyptian-murdering, desert-wandering, interracial-marrying, sheep-herding, plague-announcing, nation-delivering, sea-parting Moses. I have often wondered what sort of fortitude, or disposition, one...

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(3)  Z e r o

(3) Z e r o

Thirty, to be precise. As in the number of years I have been afforded the privilege of being married. Thirty years ago on this date, on a typical Winter’s day in Canada I pledged my troth to my wife. I was oblivious to the actual outside temperature, primarily because...

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