Attending a church service–in person–during the pandemic was both very weird and very wonderful
A blessing of grace for parents, teachers, children, and others involved in the start of the 2020 school year.
We share custody of the world with COVID-19. We need to have both a healthy fear and a healthy realism moving forward. We need to balance both.
A COVID_19 communication coping kit for this age of COVID-19 pandemic when we are re-opening after lockdown. It’s not easy to engage in conversation with others who think differently than you.
Can you remember being 16? Could you possibly imagine what a pandemic would have been like for you when you were a teen? I can, and it gives me the shivers! I didn’t go to school to learn. I went to hang out with friends. I liked sports practice, but I liked talking on the …
As Manitoba moved so Stage 1 of reopening our economy, the uncertainty of risks will be stressful for everyone.
Working from home full time and homeschooling full time is an unrealistic expectation for parents.
During this time of COVID-19, it is beautiful art that will sustain us. A “Praise Song for the Pandemic” is one such poem
Dear COVID-19, your desire to use our interconnectedness for your purposes will not outweigh our ability to use our interconnectedness to win the battle against you. Love always wins.
My pastor asked for a quick “cheat sheet” for the fine folks on his staff that are in contact with people that are feeling distressed about COVID-!19 and all the chaos surrounding the “lowering the curve”. What can they say? What can they suggest? I drew up a quick “coping kit” for him that he …