Transitions are difficult! My co-workers have been working to convince me not to retire. They haven’t been successful. So soon there will be a transition, I will leave and a new chaplain will take my place.
For parents, the birth of their child is a wonderful, exciting moment. Despite the stresses often characteristic of raising children, watching our kids grow up is a special blessing many of us know well.
The Art of Mennonite Clocks, our new exhibit in the Gerhard Ens Gallery, was formally opened to the public with a ceremony on Manitoba Day, May 12.
We can use every cream, serum and filler to help our skin maintain its healthy glow, but nothing works as well as good nutrition and optimal hydration.
You’re ready to head off for college or university and you know your money will be tight.
In a previous article, we discovered five psychological barriers that make it difficult to accept and act on messages about climate change.
This past April, I had the opportunity to see my private member’s bill, the Rail Safety Awareness Week Act, pass in the Legislative Assembly on second reading and at the committee stage, and move on to an upcoming third and final reading.
Permit me to stay with the book, A Bigger Table: Building Messy, Authentic, and Hopeful Spiritual Community (2017), by John Pavlovitz, a little while longer.
Justin Trudeau is making life more expensive for Canadian families. Gas prices, electricity rates, taxes and mortgage payments are all increasing, making it difficult for families to make ends meet.