Caledonia pastor awarded Canada 150 medal for Indigenous reconciliation
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Caledonia pastor awarded Canada 150 medal for Indigenous reconciliation

“I rejoice when I see glimpses of that glory and taste that grace happening in communities where the church can be at the cutting edge of society,” he says, adding that Christians have an unquestioned role in reconciliation with their Indigenous neighbours. “It’s very simple. Jesus says ‘this is my command that you love one another.’ When we hear of suicides or missing women, we as Christians should hear Christ and his cries.”

Court ruling expected soon on Peel watershed
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Court ruling expected soon on Peel watershed

To prosper, reproduce and fill the earth in a way that reflects our nature in God’s image can seem an insurmountable task. Which issues should we care about? How do we pray over these matters? It begins with learning and listening, as well as by realizing that being responsible stewards of creation is a profound and complex calling.

150 years of Science, plus more
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150 years of Science, plus more

As Canada celebrates 150 years as a country and we look at the accomplishments of scientists in this land, we as Christians must also recognise the gift that our First Nations have blessed us with in their knowledge of and respect for the creation. We must learn from them; otherwise, we may not recognise our sin of ownership that is sometimes part of our relation with God’s creation.