On the longest day of the year, they sang of promise, and they sang of innocence, and they sang of a willingness to try again.
If we continue to live without taking action – nothing will change. If we follow Compassionate Louisville and the teaching of great thinkers and leaders, amazing things can happen.
Event organizers went all out at making the event memorable and enjoyable to not just Christians but any proud Winnipegger who was there to get a peak of the new stadium.
Everyone loves a good story and this one was a page-turner for Steve Lennon. Part mystery, part history, Steve’s adventure in discovering a national treasure is akin to the Antiques Roadshow meets Canadian Pickers.
A group of Manitobans are in Louisville this weekend to attend that city’s Festival of Faiths, learn about compassion and spend an afternoon with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.
Inclement weather did not deter those who participated in this year’s Seventh Generation Walk for Mother Earth held in support of the Voices of Indigenous Women and in solidarity with the Idle No More Movement.
Short-term religious missions trips are becoming increasingly popular. It’s a trend that assumes we are using our resources to help others, but is this actually what we are doing?
Living Bible Explorers provides residents of the inner city of Winnipeg with hope for a better future. Their programs are strengthening the next generation and helping bring light into homes, schools and communities.
Just imagine four days without phones, email and meal prep. Imagine instead sitting in silence, spending time outdoors, remembering your dreams and having time to ponder them.
Because Winkler has no liquor store, residents must drive over 10 kilometers to procure their libations. This is about to change, however, and soon the city’s 17 churches will no longer hold the monopoly as places where locals can renew their spirits.