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Without a choice

What did you eat for breakfast this morning? Did you pack something for lunch? When you open your fridge what do you see? Did you make a grocery list at the beginning of the week and check out the local flyers for deals? Maybe you are inviting some friends over this weekend for dinner, or […]

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Merry Christmas from Jim Cantelon

Dear friends. It’s Christmas, a time to celebrate the incarnation: God “taking on flesh and dwelling among us, full of grace and truth”. Kathy and I love this time of year, and we celebrate totally with our kids and grandkids. BUT- we are so aware of the horrors of Syria, Yemen, and other war-torn nations […]

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A threat to injustice

“…violence against women and girls remains one of the most widespread abuses of all human rights worldwide.” (Global Affairs Canada) Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. This is an issue that spans across cultures, religions and all socio-economic strata. WOW has seen horrific situations of violence against women and girls […]

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A beacon of hope

It’s been 10 years since peace was negotiated between the Ugandan government and the Lord’s Resistance Army, bringing to an end two decades of terror in northern Uganda. During this time countless people were displaced, abducted, assaulted, raped and killed. As I traveled through northern Uganda a few weeks ago, it was hard to reconcile […]

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What makes us great?

There really is no need to say that the media has been overwhelmingly saturated by the US election. It’s far past the point where it has all just felt like a lot of noise. So, I want to ease your nerves and tell you now this is not a blog about the election, it has […]

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