Posts Tagged Jesus

The Power of a Story

By Taylor Hyatt Last October 15th, Canada’s Supreme Court heard arguments for the Carter v. Canada assisted suicide case. The judges recommended that any adult with a “grievous and irremediable” health condition causing “enduring and intolerable suffering” should be able to end their life with the help

Bouncy Castles and Church

By Eric Myatt When you hear the word “community”, what comes to mind? I usually picture a community centre with kids running wild in an old gym. I imagine a summer picnic. I’m there with my family. I’m battling the urge to disregard all I know is

"Do You Know That Person?"

By Eric Myatt When asked this question about a friend, I never imagined myself saying anything other than “Yes”. Yes, I’ve met them. Yes, I know their name. Yes, they invited me to play Candy Crush once. But recently I’m hesitant to say that I really know

The Erics Revealed as Superheroes

by Elizabeth Krump When people ask me what it’s like to work for the Erics, they often lean in as if expecting stories of vigilantes saving the world. The Erics are legendary. Eric Chow is the eternally youthful Regional Director in the West. Eric Myatt is the

Could Man Live By Sloppy Joes Alone?

“Sloppy Joes! Sloppy Joes!” was being chanted loudly by the kids as I brought out the white Ikea plate on which was enthroned a simple piece of bread, topped with the chunky, meaty sauce from last night’s spaghetti. I recently heard the Bible verse, “Man does not

Faithful, Joyful and Motivated: Ugandan Students Welcome CCO Crew with Open Arms

By Jeff Graham “Thank you Lord for life!” This is a common opening for prayers from Catholic Ugandan students, according to CCO staffer Ben Turland. Turland was part of a CCO delegation that headed to Uganda to help with continuing efforts to train students in evangelization and