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Lent is relevant even today

Lent is relevant even today

This week's Religion column reflects on the philosophy of Lent
Preparing for growth

Preparing for growth

This week's Religion column looks at rain as a symbol for new life
What in the world is going on?

What in the world is going on?

Last year, a group of us in our church set out to learn, from the Bible, what is happening in our world
Thorold ministerial association rotates churches for Lenten services

Thorold ministerial association rotates churches for Lenten services

The Christian congregations of Thorold have a long-standing tradition of joining together for special worship services throughout the Lenten season
Living Water Church hosting Dinner and Trivia Night to fund mission trip

Living Water Church hosting Dinner and Trivia Night to fund mission trip

Living Water Church is hosting a Dinner and Trivia night on March 9, including a silent auction, to help fund a mission trip to assist poverty-stricken villagers in the Dominican Republic
RELIGION: Blessed are the poor

RELIGION: Blessed are the poor

Recently, the Gospel reading for Sunday morning was a passage traditionally known as the Sermon on the Plain. It is recorded in the 6 th chapter of the Gospel of Christ according to Luke, and is characterized by a series of blessings and woes. “Blessed are you who are poor,” begin the words assigned by Luke to Jesus, then:
The Pain of Forgiveness

The Pain of Forgiveness

by Rachel Tulloch
RELIGION: Do not judge, or you too will be judged

RELIGION: Do not judge, or you too will be judged

The thing about judging is to know that you are being judged in the same way that you judge
RELIGION: The divide in Jesus' ministry

RELIGION: The divide in Jesus' ministry

Knowing yourself is step one
<b>Religion:</b> New beginnings

Religion: New beginnings

In this week's religion column, Garry Ford was  looking out at a winter wonderland.