Tag Archives: Peter

Seeking Approval in All the Wrong Places

When I was growing up, I wanted approval from the people on top. I wanted my parents’ approval, I wanted my teachers’ approval, and I wanted the cool kids’ approval. Usually the last one was more important to me than … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving to all of Canada!

[From the archives, in honor of Canada’s Day of Thanksgiving.] *** Shane Koyczan Maybe I have a romantic idealism about our neighbors to the north, but I really like Canada. It could be our family camping trips there when I … Continue reading

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The Last Supper: Easter Lessons of Love for John, Peter and You

[Updated from the archives.] Getting Personal John paints a portrait of Jesus in words of love. Not so much about John’s love for his Savior, but words of his Savior’s love for him. Dear friends, let us love one another, for … Continue reading

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Super Soakers Are the Gateway Toy for Serial Killers

Here’s a fun year-end activity one school came up with for its students: exchange your toy guns for a book! As this article reports: Principal Charles Hill maintains that children who play with toy guns may not take real guns seriously. … Continue reading

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Has Anything Good Ever Come Out Of Canada?

Maybe I have a romantic idealism about our neighbors to the north, but I really like Canada. It could be our family camping trips there when I was a kid – yeah I’ve been to Penticton, pretty cool right? – … Continue reading

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