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Look Inside – Connecting Purpose and Passion

Connecting Purpose and Passion - Canada Lutheran Magazine - ELCIC
Residents of Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver top the list for people who feel lonely at least three times a week, says the 2023 Vital Signsreport by Toronto Foundation. “People don’t feel as connected to others as they have in previous generations, or they feel isolated because of language barriers or housing,” suggests Rev. Aneeta Saroop, pastor at Spirit of Life, Vancouver. The January/February 2024 issue of Canada Lutheran takes a look at the issue of loneliness all across Canada. Brenda Suderman’s full piece can be viewed via the ‘online issues’ tab by all online Canada Lutheran subscribers.
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January – Connecting Purpose and Passion

Residents of Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver top the list for people who feel lonely at least three times a...

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December – A Commitment to Reconciliation and Racial Justice

We are called to action to confront racism and pursue racial justice, within our local communities, our country and globally. However,...

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October – Meet the Moravians

Who are these Moravians?” That is how Rev. James Lavoy, a Moravian pastor, began his introductory remarks to the Assembly...

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September – Addressing Ableism

Parallel to racism, sexism and ageism, ableism encompasses discriminatory belief systems and behaviours that see and treat people with disabilities...

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