Javan Bernakevitch – Designing a Resilient Life

A skilled practitioner in providing peace of mind, Javan works collaboratively with homesteaders, organizations and families creating regenerative landscapes and livelihoods. After a long period of living at reduced capacity in the wake of illness, a car accident and family struggles, Javan reflects on what helped him weather the storms that...

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The Sum of its Parts

Body image has really become an issue lately. Nope. I misspoke. Body image has always been an issue. Thankfully, more and more people – especially young people – are speaking out and drawing attention to the profound impact your perception of your appearance can have on your wellbeing. That perception...

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Your Table Is Ready

Back in 2017, there was an obscure and not well received movie called Table 19. Few people saw it, still more than critics thought it deserved, but it had an interesting premise. It’s about a group of people who all end up seated together at a wedding at Table 19....

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Jesus is back, and he brought the wine!

Right at the start of his ministry, Jesus gathers with ordinary people, in the sketchy part of town, and he brings wine to the party! And not just any wine, the good stuff. Was the “water into wine” simply a parlour trick, or truly a miracle? What are miracles, magic,...

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Remember your baptism

In the weeks between Christmas and Lent, many churches observe the season of Epiphany. Epiphany means a revealing or a knowing of the meaning of something in a way which has a profound impact. When one has an epiphany, it’s more than a moment of enlightenment, it can lead to...

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Ty Wilson – Why Don’t You Come To Church?

To kick off Season 2 we’ve invited Ty Wilson to join Robin and Ben on the show, and we put him on the spot to answer a question that perplexes “church people” as much as it sometimes terrifies non-church goers, and that is “why don’t you come to church?”.

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Tis the season

January 6 is Epiphany on the church calendar, the day set aside to celebrate the arrival of the magi to see Jesus. The magi, or “wise men” or, traditionally, the Three Kings, followed the star to Bethlehem, seeking the prophesied King. The story appears in Matthew 2:1-12. Well, spoiler alert:...

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More Than A Day

I hope you’re having a Joyful Christmas. You can have a merry one, too, and a happy one, but it isn’t always, and a few weeks back, I said that I would wish for everyone’s Christmas to be “joyful.” I mean that, so … Joyful Christmas to you. And no,...

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I Wanna Know What Love Is

Hope, Peace, Joy, and this week, Love. The fourth Sunday of Advent explores how we feel and express love, an emotion and force that can’t be explained or defined but must be experienced, lived and shared in order to be understood. After this week we’ll be taking a break from...

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