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St. John the Divine, Central Park, Burnaby

The Westminster and Vancouver Tramway Company (later BCER) was established in 1891 with a line running through a corner of Central Park. A power house and station used to stand in the park just before Kingsway.  972 more words

Lower Mainland

30 Days of Natural Learning in Photos: Day 11

Yesterday, we visited a local museum and heritage village. We learned about celebrations from different cultures and then stepped back in time to see how Christmas was celebrated in pioneer times. 98 more words

Natural Learning

Stewart Farmhouse, Surrey

Supposedly I spent some time at Stewart Farmhouse once making ice cream when I was a kid, but I don’t have any recollection of that whatsoever.  564 more words

Lower Mainland

purple salsify

Is it a “weed?” You may have seen it by a roadside or in some disturbed area. A basal rosette of thin, iris-like leaves and knee-high stalks bearing composite flowers with spiky green sepals behind the purple rays. 367 more words


Share Your Story: iInspireWorld Culture

Who Will Tell Your Story?

I believe we all know the best person to tell your story is YOU!
Others can only go as far as they could see, but you know every emotion, thought and battle you faced. 337 more words


Artemisia Gentileschi

From Wikipedia:

Artemisia Gentileschi (July 8, 1593 – c. 1656) was an Italian Baroque painter, today considered one of the most accomplished painters in the generation following that of Caravaggio.

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TGC - Missions doesn't stop when a people group has been reached

Great article from the Gospel Coalition:


OCT 23, 2014

Jesus gave the Great Commission to his church almost 2,000 years ago. 1,499 more words