Waterloo Lutheran Seminary’s inaugural Civis Mundi award was presented to Bishop Munib Younan (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land) on the evening of October 22; a day when Canadians were reeling from the tragic events in Ottawa which saw a deranged man brutally murder Cpl. 81 more words
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According to a well-known professor in the new media field, yes.
I was surprised when a found a number of younger students writing only in printed capitals on exams a couple of years ago. 340 more words
Having completed my research into the impact of studying local history on mental health and wellbeing during the summer, I have been putting the research into action with a WEA group in Doncaster comprised of students with mental ill health, some who also have learning difficulties this term. 397 more words
Starting Sunday, October 26, Good Sam will be offering “Coffee and Conversation” in the Fellowship Hall at 10:30 am. Coffee and Conversation is a lay-led* current events forum where we get together over coffee to discuss current world, national, or local secular events with an eye towards the gospel. 87 more words