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Advent Pain, Aching Hope
Maybe it is somehow natural that we want radical new beginnings.
Joni and Jesus: Poets of Endings
On Sunday, November 17, the Wine Before Breakfast community joined our friends at the Church of the Redeemer, Toronto, for a service featuring the music of Joni Mitchell.
A Truly Remarkable Gift
I think what brought it all home for me, wrestling with questions of faith an spiritual gifts, these past days, was a conversation with a friend.
Betrayal and Resurrection
by Sylvia Keesmaat (A Sermon Preached at the Easter Vigil, March 30, 2013, at Christchurch, Coboconk on Genesis 1.1-2.4a; Genesis 3; Exodus 14.10-31, 15.20-21; Ezekiel 36.24-28; Romans 6.3-11; Luke 24.1-12.
by James Padilla-DeBorst Join us, comrades in the struggle for the anti-Kingdom the non-State the Party w/out a vanguard the anarchic community of communities.
All things work together for good … Really?
by Brian Walsh [A sermon on Romans 8.22-30 preached at Wine Before Breakfast, January 8, 2013] When the phone rang, I could hardly begin to comprehend what was being said to me.
Keening for the Dawn: Welcome to Advent
A (beginning) Review of Steve Bell’s new cd, Keening for Dawn: Christmastide (Signpost Music, 2012).
The Tree Died of Grief (Epiphany Late, but still on time)
by Brian Walsh Some years ago I was in Guatemala with a group of students that I was teaching in the Creation Care Studies Program in Belize.
by Dion Oxford Well, we’re in the middle of the campaign for the 41st Canadian federal election since confederation.
What Michael Ignatieff Should Have Said
by Brian Walsh Political discourse is almost never humble and gracious.
Preparing, Yet Unprepared
by Andrew Stephens-Rennie It was a year ago that things all fell apart.
by Andrew Stephens-Rennie Hope. It’s in short supply these days. The demands on our land and on the people who live here.
Swords, Plowshares and Advent Hope
by Brian Walsh This morning at Wine Before Breakfast I preached on Matthew 24.36-44 and Isaiah 2.1-4.
Barack Obama, Meet Jeremiah
by Brian Walsh It would seem that this is not the time to rain on the parade of Barack Obama.