Remember who we are

I wrote this particular piece for our Church magazine – however I feel it’s something that should be seen by many this year; not just our church family but every follower of Christ, every community, every person struggling with the crap that has been dealt to us in this crazy year. 2020 has been aContinue reading “Remember who we are”

It is us.

Tim and I were away for a week to the Dominican Republic for our annual ‘just us’ holiday. After the past number of months where anger and fear and hate made way for the deaths of many in the summer shootings, the mass shootings, the Nice tragedy, Paris, Brexit, the hate crimes, bigotry, the policeContinue reading “It is us.”

May 16th

In July of 2011 people around the world gathered around us in a day of prayer and fasting for Joshua as we and he prepared for more surgery. Next week he goes in for his catheterization and on the following Monday they will again sit around a table and make decisions regarding Josh’s next intervention.Continue reading “May 16th”

St. Pauls Bloor Street

This morning’s service was one I won’t soon forget, it was like God was in the room with us as a community, holding us together, binding us and building up a group of people that love each other so much. It was an emotional service, with a final prayer at the end for Joshua andContinue reading “St. Pauls Bloor Street”