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Pastor Mark shares about mental health issues in a video.
Under ‘normal’ circumstances mental health is a big and critical issue. When we face greater challenges, the pressure on our mental health only increases. On Thursday Jan 14, the Ontario “stay at home order” went into effect. Some people will praise the decision, while others will be frustrated and angry. What I do know for […]
Over the past few weeks the number of confirmed cases of COVID 19 has increased steadily. While it seems the numbers are what is making the news, what I have been watching is how different people are responding. On the one hand there are people who are responding with extreme concern. Some people are seeing […]
What should Sunday morning worship look like?
How we respond is what really matters.
The gospel is the key to peace in our relationships.
Conflict is not pleasant, but we can help make things better.
Differences of opinion don’t have to become a fight.
Right after “September 11” of 2001, a number of preachers came out and seemed to imply that the terrorist attacks were God’s judgment for the sins of America. Again, the same thing happened following Hurricane Katrina, when it hit land in New Orleans. It seems that whenever some national tragedy occurs, there is an element […]
The Elders and Church staff of Alma are keeping really busy. With so much having changed over the past few weeks, we are doing our best to adjust. We have in place a number of goals that we are hoping to achieve. These include the following: 1.Elder Communication Each of the elders are working to […]
A while back a message was sent out to the congregation, opening things up for people to submit questions in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic. One of the questions I received in response, and a frequent topic of conversation, centers around social distancing. Here is the question: The government is asking people to keep their […]
Jesus called us to show compassion to those around us in need.
Looking at options to keep people informed.
We don’t have to live in fear.