Boozhoo nindizhinikaaz Shula*

A friend from Pikangikum asked me to visit her 5 month grandchild currently in ICU at the children hospital here in Winnipeg. When I walked into the waiting room, three women from Pikangikum were quietly speaking to each other in Ojibwe. The tone of their voices and distinct facial features brought a longing, unexpected tears [...]

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Tall, Defiant, Regal.

The last time I saw these mountains was three years ago when I spent Christmas in Montana. They never get old for me. Seeing as Banff is a mere two hours away from where I stayed, it's only natural that we went to see the Rockies before heading back to Winnipeg. The trip was quick, but it [...]

Prince of Peace

Complete peace of mind for many is a rare commodity. The idea that ones heart and mind can be at total rest regardless of things falling apart around them sounds laughable. Many have settled for a little peace even more pour all their energies into attaining a peace of mind that is either temporary or [...]

The King of my heart.

Since the beginning of this month I have been living with my Red Lake family the Nardis/Clocks. Tonight we had supper by the fire and enjoyed what my friend Stephanie said was the last day of summer. For what felt like the hundredth time this month, I gave a heartfelt thanks to Jesus for always [...]

Days gone by

A few of my favourite shots from the past two months.               I am watching the opening night of the Olympics as I edit pictures. Made me think of Paul, one of the Bibles writers and something that he wrote:  Do you not know that in a race all [...]

Peace, my soul be still.

Be still and know that He is God, Be still and know that He is Faithful, Be still oh restless soul of mine, Consider all that He has done, stand in awe and be amazed. Be Still. Be speechless. Words by Steven Curtis Chapman.