Articles written by Kelly Rempel

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    Against the odds

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    It’s quite the way to celebrate your love and commitment to one another. Just a few years ago, on their 25th wedding anniversary, after selling everything they owned, Darrell and Shirley Peters moved to Tanzania, Africa to build a resort….Read More→

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    Comings and goings

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    I’ve been around ChristianWeek for a while now, 14 years in November to be exact. I’ve gone through four or five job titles, lived through two major office moves, and worked with nine designers, at least 10 (probably more) editorial…Read More→

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    Stand on guard

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    One day before the annual March for Life, a pro-life event that drew an estimated 23,000 supporters to Parliament Hill in early May, the leader of Canada’s Liberal Party made it very clear where his party stands on the issue…Read More→

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    Just a little something

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    Every year our family packs a couple of shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child, a Samaritan’s Purse initiative that sends gift-filled boxes along with the message of Jesus’ love to impoverished children around the world. It’s a fun, hands-on project that…Read More→

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    Never out of fashion

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    It was big doings in Winnipeg a few months ago when IKEA, that demigod of furniture stores (complete with its own restaurant), finally opened its doors. Oh, the anticipation; oh, the salivation over modular design and Swedish meatballs. The Scandinavian…Read More→