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  • Companions on a Journey

    Walking by Faith, Not by Sight by

    Life takes us down various roads, with many fellow travellers passing us along the way. Some will accompany us on our journey, helping or hindering our progress. At other times, when life seems like a lonely trek, trust that the great Helper has ...


  • Come, Look in My Kaleidoscope

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    While Joyce Coy was recreating mosaics of her adventures with words, she pictured her grandchildren from ages 7 to 25 who often asked, “Gramma, tell us a story about you.” Joyce has included naughty moments, the yearning and search to know God, and ...


  • Who Cares?!

    Embracing the dire need for authentic love in a world that doesn't seem to care, or know how to love. by

    The hyphen between the date you were born, and the day you die, represents the length and breadth of your life. We are all assigned a certain number of days upon this planet. What will you do with those days? What will you give in exchange for ...


  • My Husband's Affair BECAME the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

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    "When Brian told me of his affair, my whole world was shattered. Since the affair, and since the difficult recovery period, I have excelled in amazing ways in every area of my life. I look and feel better than I did when I was in my twenties. I have ...


  • Home Together

    Student Ministry at the Menno Simons Centre by

    Emerging adults today feel homeless and alone. How can the church share the good news of a God who offers home and togetherness? Home Together gives a compelling account of a Christian student residence that has shared this good news by engaging ...


  • Truth.Fiction.Lies

    Confessions of an Italian-Irish-Catholic-American Immigrant to Canada by

    How could he be a good boy and a bad boy at the same time? The TRUTH is what is. FICTION is not reality—but it can help us to see the TRUTH through stories, e.g., The Boy Who Cried Wolf. LIES deceive, for evil purposes, and for good purposes. But ...


  • A Letter to My Father

    What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't by

    Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who ...


  • The Huckabirds Learn about Self-Worth

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    The foundation of a child’s sense of self worth is built during the early years of life. As parents and caretakers, our investments in this early developing sense of worth will be potentially the most enduring gift we may give to a child – or, ...


  • My Child Would Never Do That!

    A Guide for Student Success by

    My Child Would Never Do That! are famous last words uttered by parents in every school and every school district across the country when they are surprised about something they believe their child would never do. In my experiences students of all ...


  • Don't Clone a Snowflake

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    One day I had a special delivery from heaven. I became the mother of a baby boy with bright blue eyes and blonde hair. Joey just happened to have Down Syndrome, a heart defect and health issues. This story is a recap of only fifteen months with my ...