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An Attitude of Gratitude | Posted by Bridget

PollyAnna The Glad Game SO……..WHO’S HEARD OF POLLYANNA??? A BOOK (WRITTEN BY ELEANOR H. PORTER IN 1913), ABOUT A YOUNG ORPHAN – SENT TO A MISERABLE AUNT – WHO REJECTED HER AND DIDN’T WANT HER….  POLLYANNA DEVELOPED THE GLAD GAME (SOMETHING HER LATE DAD HAD TAUGHT HER), AND SHE CHOSE (!!!) TO SEE THE GOOD…

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Choosing To Be Thankful | Posted by Jeanine

October is one of my favourite months.  Not only do the fall colours come out in all their beauty here in southern Ontario, but it is a month that helps us remember God’s plan for us –  In the midst of everything, to be always giving thanks. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 TPT He knows the inherent power…

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Partnering with The Potter | Posted by Jes

When I first heard the song “Canvas and Clay” by Pat Barrett I was struck by the beautiful imagery of this line… “When I doubt it Lord remind me, I am wonderfully made.  You’re an artist and a potter, I’m the canvas and the clay.” Canvas and Clay, Pat Barrett God is constantly at work in…

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3 Helps to Abundant Life | Posted by Jeanine

Three Things That Help Us Live An Abundant Life 1- Ask the Right Questions God loves when we ask Him great questions. Unfortunately, “Why” is often not a great question word.  “Why” is a victim word and God refuses to see us as victims – He lives in us how can we possibly be victims of…

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True Life | Posted by Jeanine

Inside every person created, is a longing to live the life that God created them to live.  The abundant life.  As we know, life in God’s Kingdom is not like life modeled and promoted here on earth. In the world, those who are last are looked down upon and considered unimportant, but in God’s economy, He assures us…

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Choose Joy | Posted by Jes

Why is it so easy to dwell on the negative? The things in life that are not going well or turning out as we hoped. The bad weather, the promotion that never happened, the person that cut us off this morning on our way to work. Whether big or small it seems like our brains…

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