In one sense, Jesus of the East; Reclaiming the Gospel for the Wounded, makes explicit what many contemporary Christian writers have been saying for quite some time; namely, that the western church would be enriched if it paid closer attention to faith perspectives in the Eastern Church.
In my last post I wrote about different colours and varieties of Ninebarks. With foliage colours ranging from purple to yellow and they are a unique option to add to your yard for a pop of colour and contrast.
Like hundreds, maybe thousands of you, I was hiking in the Whiteshell Provincial Park this past weekend in March.
Justin Trudeau wants an election so bad he just can’t keep it to himself. As recently as last week, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh told CBC’s Power and Politics that Trudeau reportedly told him in a phone call that he was planning for a spring election.
On Tuesday of this week the province celebrated Agriculture Awareness Day in a virtual format welcoming guests from around the world to recognize the contribution of agriculture to the province of Manitoba and to the world.
When the Canadian Wheat Research Priorities task group convened in 2019 to begin the consultative process that would create the 2020-2022 priorities, they purposely invited representatives along the entire wheat value chain from across Canada.
As we approach the one-year anniversary of pandemic lockdowns, COVID-19 fatigue has set in for most. We want to see our families again. We want to have a barbeque with our neighbors. We want to be able to meet a group of friends at a restaurant.
Have you ever heard of sugarberry / hackberry tree? If so, you’re in the minority. This seems a little odd as it is a native tree, though more common and more used in Minnesota, North and South Dakota. It is an outlier in Manitoba with only one known local location South of Lake Winnipeg.
How do you plan on getting the younger generations involved and interested in the Mennonite Heritage Village (MHV)?