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Jun 18

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Why Hope?

Why? Why Hope? I keep six honest serving-men (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When And How and Where and Who. (Rudyard Kipling) CBC has an investigative television show called W5. It is based on the 5 questions that are asked in almost any investigation. The first four […]

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Jun 18

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The Anchor of Hope

In our world, it seems that our experience, from the highest to the lowest, the richest to the poorest, fittest to challenged, is determined by the bottom line. Everything has a cost and these costs must be constantly reduced to improve the bottom line. The budget is a constant concern. As governments cut services, there […]

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May 18

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A Time of Transition

Dear supporters of The Mission Matters emails, I’m writing to share an update as to where things stand with me. You’ll all likely know that my health took a significant decline over the holidays. I’ve been in a rehab hospital now since early February. The upside is that I’m ok. I’ve done a 3-hour cognitive […]

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May 18

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THHS Scavenger Hunt!

Today is ‘National Scavenger Hunt Day’ – who knew!? So it is the perfect day to let you know more about our upcoming THHS Scavenger Hunt, only one month away! Enter in teams of 2-6, and search the city to solve all the clues for a chance to win some awesome prizes! The day will start […]

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May 18

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The Power of Love

There are few events that bring people together quite like a wedding does. Especially one of such magnitude as the royal wedding. It was virtually impossible to not see it on the news, hear about it on the radio, read about it across social media, and see the reruns of the wedding throughout the weekend. […]

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May 18

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Mental Health Week & New Policy!

Happy Wednesday! The Psychological Health & Safety Committee has been gearing up for this week for quite some time, because we believe it is an important topic and conversation to have in order for us to be our best selves, and do our best work! Throughout the week at each of our locations there are […]

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May 18

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Dignity for All

“Jesus looked hard at them and said, “No chance at all if you think you can pull it off yourself. Every chance in the world if you trust God to do it.” – Matthew 19:26, The Message Wouldn’t it be great if there were no poverty in Canada at all? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there […]

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Apr 18

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Hello Spring

As we continue to focus on humility and servanthood during April, I keep thinking about Jesus; there’s really no better example than Him. As this Easter season continues, and as we finally begin to experience the warmth of spring, I can feel the new life and new hope that comes with this season. When Jesus […]

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Apr 18

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The Potato Rant

In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in […]

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Mar 18

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Easter Prayer for Reconciliation

Across the barriers that divide race from race: Reconcile us, O Christ, by your cross. Across the barriers that divide rich from poor: Reconcile us, O Christ, by your cross. Across the barriers that divide people of different cultures: Reconcile us, O Christ, by your cross. Across the barriers that divide Christians: Reconcile us, O ...

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