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Feb

09 2017

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Who Are You Afraid Of?

"I was really moving down the road when I felt like God said, “Who are you more afraid of?” I wanted to scream out, “Tom!!” . . . but I chose not to. I chose God. So I deliberately slowed the car." Diane McBeth on her first experience of receiving specific guidance from God.

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Feb

02 2017

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Catchy Fear

Over the past months, God has been calling many of you to pray. World events now give us even more reason to do so. The first in a series on prayer by Diane McBeth.

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Jan

24 2017

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Beloved Women needs ESL teacher

If you'd like to serve Arabic women who are newcomers to Canada, this may be an opportunity for you.

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Jan

24 2017

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A poem for the new year (sort of)

As January 2017 turns to February, we've already witnessed tens of thousands of women marching around the world. Thirsty for an end to injustice. So here's a prayer to keep us hydrated. Curated by Renee James.

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Jan

24 2017

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Things I Wish People Said

When grief comes to a friend, we sometimes avoid talking about it because nothing seems to measure up to the situation. Any attempt we make just feels trite and awkward, yet grieving people really need your expressions of kindness. The final in Diane McBeth's series on consolation.

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Dec

22 2016

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A Christmas Prayer

A Christmas prayer for the season. Best wishes for this season from all of us at Baptist Women and may you know his joy in 2017. (prayer adapted by Renee James.)

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Dec

22 2016

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Raise Funds for International Projects

Baptist Women launches a fundraising program that strengthens its partnership with Canadian Baptist Ministries.

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Dec

22 2016

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Peace In Anxious Times

Christ's birth is evidence that God can overcome evil. A Christmas message from Diane McBeth.

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Dec

02 2016

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An Evening Prayer for Saturday

This before-bed prayer is St. Patrick's compline. A gentle way to end your Saturday. Curated by Renee James

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Dec

02 2016

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Thoughts on Consolation 3

"A wise Angolan pastor once asked me, “Why do white people cry alone?” Angolans know grief. They also know a side of grief that may be unfamiliar to us in North America. Diane McBeth continues her series on grief and consolation.

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