Bible: What’s your alabaster jar?

Apr 1, 2019 by

While the chief priests and elders schemed to kill Jesus, a woman entered Simon the leper’s house and blessed him with costly perfume. “Why this waste?” said the disciples. “This ointment could have...

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Grow joy this Christmas

Nov 28, 2017 by

The Eternal God planted a garden in the east in Eden—a place of utter delight—and placed the man whom He had sculpted there. In this garden, He made the ground pregnant with life—bursting forth with...

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Miller: Life-saving gifts

May 8, 2017 by

Kind deeds are frequently spontaneous life-giving events that bring joy to recipient and giver. Beyond that, generosity’s impact often reaches far beyond the recipient and the donor to include those who...

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MCC Christmas statement: 5 reasons to give

Nov 28, 2016 by and

WINNIPEG, Man. — What better gifts can you give this Christmas than goats, peacebuilding knowledge, seeds, school supplies or a well of clean drinking water? Through Mennonite Central Committee’s...

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Miller: Gifts that bring joy to the giver

Nov 21, 2016 by

Christmas is weeks away, but I’m thinking about gift-giving. Finding the right gift for some people can be a challenge. I don’t recall many gifts I’ve given over the years. But I will always remember...

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Redeeming the curse — count your blessings

Jul 8, 2014 by

I’ve been thinking (and blogging) about how even the brambles and pests in our gardens can be unexpected blessings from God. I have found myself reflecting a lot about the aspects of my personality that...

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The gift of Jesus is for giving

Mar 25, 2014 by

This past weekend, we were privileged to have Cheryl Bear from the Nadleh Whut’en First Nation community in northern British Columbia as a special guest here in Lethbridge at both our Mennonite Church...

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