Monthly Archives: August 2010

Life on the Beach

Cape Spencer is on the Bay of Funday, an inlet off the Atlantic Ocean. This is very cold water. When you try to go swimming, you have to stand there and let your legs get numb first. Only an extremely … Continue reading

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Meeting in Mandarin

John 3:16 ‘For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son…’ It is unexpected. It is exciting. A breath of fresh air has been infused in our church family. We have the most magnificent, culturally diverse church … Continue reading

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It Hurts Deeply in any Language

Today was the day that we shared in the formal farewell in St. Jean Sur Richelieu to our faithful sister in Christ and co-labourer Carole Brind’Amour. She was a vibrant wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend, but more than that – … Continue reading

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My Sad Road Trip Part 1 August 27, 2010

Today we drove to Montreal. It was a group of five. We gathered from Milton, Oakville and Mississauga, piled in a van and solemnly began the trek to the city where on Saturday we will celebrate the life of our … Continue reading

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Summer Isn’t OVER!

It’s the end of August and in typical Canadian fashion – people are already commiserating that ‘summer is over’, ‘I’ll miss the kids’, ‘I don’t like cold weather’, etc. PLEASE STOP IT. First of all, the autumnal equinox begins on … Continue reading

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My Friendship Bank Account August 25, 2010

Isn’t it absolutely refreshing to have a really good friend that you see only on occasion, but when you do – you gab like crazy for hours on end like no time has ever passed? Such was the case for … Continue reading

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Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter – Surviving Remoteness August 25, 2010

Living in Cape Spencer, New Brunswick during the early 1970’s was an adventure in how to be creative for a young teenager. The remoteness of the little rock one hundred feet above sea level made it impossible to ‘have a … Continue reading

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