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It is a New Year—“Do you need a vision?”

By Craig Doerksen / January 9, 2019

I learned to cook at a Young Life camp in Canada from a dear friend who is an artist by personality, outlook, and talent, and who ran the kitchen accordingly. It was never dull and the food was amazing. One of her hallmark questions to us volunteers in the course of feeding 500 was ‘Do…

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Something to Remember

By Christina Swan / December 23, 2018

Note: see below for opportunities to learn more about Waterloo It is final exam week in my home: the week before Christmas break when every student is preparing to cram a semester’s worth of material into their heads long enough to reproduce it on a two-hour test, and repeat again the next day. Why do…

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Doing School After the Word Became Flesh

By Craig Doerksen / December 5, 2018

Note: see below for opportunities to learn more about Waterloo Many years ago a dear friend told me about a Christmas season tradition—to read Athanasius’ On the Incarnation as an Advent devotional. His tradition hasn’t replaced mine of using this excellent digital Advent devotional from BIOLA that draws on art, music, poetry and scripture to…

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Making Schedules, Making Time

By Carol Blosser / November 28, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving! As we head into a holiday where we get some time from school for giving thanks, we want to reflect on how we spend time in school. Time is the commodity we take for granted until we don’t have enough of it. As our lives get faster and faster, without thinking we begin…

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