Monthly Archives: November 2012

Baptism Boy

You never know what treasures you’ll unearth in the memory of an old computer. No, no. Nothing naughty – this time. Just a blast from the past, a little chunk of my psyche from days gone by. In clearing off the … Continue reading

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Remember, Part 2

Remembrance Day is a universal observance that transcends all colors, cultures and faiths. And yet, I think it’s one of the most important Christian holidays of the year. I invite you to take time today to remember the men and … Continue reading

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Remember, Part 1

Forget? Not if my kids have anything to say about it. My wife and I attended an excellent Remembrance Day assembly at our kids’ school on Friday, and both Petkau kids helped make it memorable. Ian, wearing his Cub Scout uniform, … Continue reading

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Splitting Heirs

We’re about to find out whether Mitt Romney or Barack Obama will be the next George Washington. As crazy as it seems, that’s the reality. One of these two men will be elected on Tuesday to the same office first … Continue reading

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Pastor’s Day, Part 2

Could you have a beer with your pastor? (And even if you could, would you want to?) I’ve had one with mine – and I hope to repeat the experience again soon. I attend Holy Trinity Anglican Church, where the Reverend … Continue reading

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