Encouraging One Another In Love

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Such a Time As This

Such a Time As This

  Good morning lovely,   It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I’m sure you noticed the stillness and quiet on the Sister Triangle Magazine front and for that, we must apologize. Covid-19 has disrupted the lives of everyone in our communities and at our tables, and while I wish I could promise ongoing encouragement and energetic support from our magazine at this time, I’m afraid that we need some rest and grace as well.   For now, I wonder if the words I’ve been trying to tell myself might help you too? Simply, go slow, be gentle with yourself, and…

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Bridges and Barriers

by Harmony McMillan   “If we have no peace, it is because  we have forgotten that we belong to each other”.                                           -Mother Teresa   A couple of years ago, I worked with a group of Grade 8 students on a project called “Craft Reconciliation”.  The nation-wide challenge was to use Minecraft to create a city that represented our vision for reconciliation in Canada.  Along the way, schools were invited to share in conversations about “what reconciliation looks like” in their local contexts.  Our classroom, made up of primarily First Nations students, partnered with a classroom in Newfoundland,…

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Learning to Reconcile When Hope Dies

By Trinda Jocelyn   It was abnormally late when I picked up the phone. My mother’s name was lighting up the screen. I tapped the green dot, put the phone to my ear, and heard her voice say,    “Your dad passed away today.”    That was five years ago.   I don’t remember much of the conversation after that, I do remember the feeling. Sadness and relief at the same time and then guilt for feeling the relief. My father and I were not close. He was not close to any of his daughters. He left shortly after I…

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To encourage, one another, in love, through the use of the spoken and written word. Our Goals include: publishing a magazine of original Christian writing by women. To facilitate an annual retreat for women. Provide resources and as need arises, be available, for projects related to our mission.

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