Category: Faith-Friendly

WISDOM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

In an increasingly fractured world where more and more issues are dividing a person’s attention, how does the church find a way to make a unique contribution to the community and stay relevant to a person’s life? This is the challenge that is being faced by many religious organizations in the 21st-century. The Anglican Parish
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A PERSONAL JOURNEY OF RECONCILIATION

Sandra Hayes-Gardiner shares the story behind her passion for Right Relations andra Hayes-Gardiner is known within her Calgary congregation as someone who is passionate about Right Relations, currently involved in many activities aiming to foster Indigenous learning and understanding. Sandra’s roots, career and volunteerism have contributed to her own shift in perspective. Sandra grew up in
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BRINGING BACK THE NEIGHBOURING RELATIONSHIP

‘What does it mean to love our actual neighbours?’

Howard Lawrence is exploring what happens when we activate the invitation to love those within our neighbourhoods. He says the idea has sprung forth that “maybe God is calling us to love our actual neighbours.”

“It’s a powerful notion, it’s a challenging notion for people to say what does it mean to love our actual neighbours?”
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