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Look Inside – Our Drug Problem

Our Drug Problem - Canada Lutheran Magazine - ELCIC
John Lavergne’s addiction began when his mother Kim was dying of cancer. “I was angry,” John remembers. “I thought the doctors didn’t take her seriously. They just wanted to dope her up and shut her up.” John was eleven when his mother was diagnosed and sixteen when she died. John, André, Petra, Ruth and Leslee open up about their own experience, and as twenty-first century prophets, they address the church. Though they come from different perspectives, they agree that the church can do more to help, and the church needs to find new ways to help. Rev. Nancy Vernon Kelly...
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January – Our Drug Problem

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On Christmas Day, 1619, Rev. Rasmus Jensen led worship on the shores of Hudson Bay. Today he is remembered as the first Lutheran...

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