Robin King – Patience, in action!

If you’ve been patiently waiting for this week’s SWFS Podcast to come out, well here it is, and this week we’re talking about the “act” of patience. Yes, patience in action, because being patient is about so much more than simply waiting.

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Deal or No Deal

It feels to me sometimes like we live in a world of “the deal.” So much of what we do and how we live seems to rely on what kind of a deal we can get. Or make. I give x, I get y in return. I invest (money, time,...

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Leah Serna – Yinside Yoga Instructor

Yoga is all about the inward journey! Leah’s inner journey over the last 25 years has included periods of intense grief, deep soul searching and healing, adventurous travels to India and training in the art and practice of yoga and meditation with several different instructors and gurus. Yinside Yoga is...

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Welcome to Lent!

I hate to mention the weather again, but, good news! Environment Canada says that this is the last week of winter and spring is coming. And if you can’t believe Environment Canada, who can you believe? Well … maybe now’s a good time to wonder about that and a lot...

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Blinded by the Light

We’re all hoping for a dramatic change of season any day now, I’m sure. Really. Any day now, please. Perhaps it might help to know that the seasons change on the church calendar this week. Hmm, no, didn’t warm me up much, either. But they do, with certainty and with...

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Make the News

“I say to you that listen, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who abuse you.” Luke 6:27-28. I’ll be honest. I’m struggling to read or watch the news anymore. The hate seems to be everywhere. It’s not enough...

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Perry Wilson: Why was I born?

What is the meaning of life?  After listening to some talks by Simon Sinek, it struck Perry that he must have a purpose for existing. Exploring his own personal “Why” brought up lots of great memories and influential lessons learned from his parents during his upbringing.

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