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A Silent Loss

October 13th, 2017|Comments Off on A Silent Loss

October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Loss and grief are hard subjects, and when that loss is intimate and hidden from view, like a miscarriage, it may not be an easy topic to talk about. More Canadian families have experienced this type of loss than any of us might realize, so the New Leaf blog would like to remember those empty arms and arching hearts with the contributions of two bloggers who have shared their journeys. Leah Perrault and Andrew Stephens-Rennie.

Lessons From My “Quasi-Christian Maybe Agnostic Post-Evangelical Humanist” Friend

October 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Lessons From My “Quasi-Christian Maybe Agnostic Post-Evangelical Humanist” Friend

About six months ago I was at a coffee shop waiting for my friend, Helen Mo, who was studying at The University of Toronto taking a PhD. in religious studies. Her focus was on the topic of the identity of the second generation Chinese Christians in Toronto. My friend’s study stems from her own journey as someone

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How the Bible Nearly Killed My Faith

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