By: Robert Busha
Often, I relive the adventure of whacking through brush “on safari” in the woods with my step-grandsons, Andrew and Aaron. (more…)
By: Jill Savage
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By: Ben McEachen
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By: Kristian Johnson
“Marriage has lost ground, has retreated the most, amongst working-class and poor Americans, and so what that means practically of course, both economically and socially, is that leaves poor and working-class adults and kids doubly disadvantaged.” ~ Brad Wilcox
By: Michael McQueen
The holiday season is here. While rest is undoubtedly and necessarily a priority for most of us this year, the holidays can be a stressful time for many. (more…)
Presenting the Christmas Carols production called “Home for Christmas” happening on 17th & 18 December. Saturday 17th start time is 4:00pm & Sunday 18th beginning at 10:00am.
What are your favourite memories of Christmas? The food? The stories? The music? The kids? Coming home to spend time with the family? Join us in our ‘backyard’ this year as we celebrate the birth of Jesus as a community; enjoying our favourite carols, fun with the kids, reminiscing with stories from around the world, and maybe even some free food!
Free tickets are available at www.door-of-hope.org/homeforchristmas