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Virus as a Summons to Faith

In the early days of Covid-19, Professor Aisha Ahmad, University of Toronto (who is no stranger to suffering) offered this insight: Global catastrophes change the world . . . the legacy of this pandemic will live with us for years, perhaps decades … Continue reading

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The 2020 Ezer Surge

For a lot of people, 2020 is the year we’d most like to forget.  2020 will always remind us of the global Covid-19 pandemic. It’s been a year of irreparable loss of loved ones, jobs, businesses, even homes. Shutdowns have … Continue reading

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New Wine Tastings: Bringing Awareness to the #MeToo/#ChurchToo Pandemic (Part 1)

Coronavirus isn’t the only pandemic currently destroying human lives. Although Covid-19 remains a deadly threat to human lives around the world and warrants a serious response from all of us, we cannot afford to allow this pandemic to turn our … Continue reading

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