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Linda Wegner writes a faith-based column for several Saskatchewan newspapers, including the Carlyle ObserverEstevan LifestyleBattlefords Publishing and Weyburn This Week. Below are links to recent columns. If you'd like to be added to her mailing list, you may send a request at Contact Us. 

Why do I?
Have you, like me, ever wondered why you continue to pursue certain things in your life? Now I’m not talking about negative, illegal, and/or otherwise unhealthy choices, I’m talking about serving God and others in your particular way. This week I’ve faced this question regarding writing these weekly articles. Read more...

Be careful of my dust
Probably one of the most common forms of graffiti in today’s society could be labelled “dust messaging.” You know, those “I’m dirty - wash me!” notes inscribed on the side of a car. Read more...

Getting the bigger picture
It was 1999 while on a flight home from a business meeting. I didn’t realize then that within a few days it would never again be possible. In short, I was invited to enter the cockpit of the plane and speak with the pilots. Read more...

Counting and cultivating blessings
This week has been most delightful for several reasons: first, the sun shone and there was no rain; second, Hubby and I enjoyed brief but special times with out-of-town family members. Read more...

​Casting in so many ways
Like the rest of the world, our household experiences good times and some not so pleasant; be they health challenges, unexpected financial expenses or just plain old ‘trials of life’, some things are easier to navigate than others. These past ten days have been adventuresome, to say the least, for me. Read more...

Big and little
These past weeks I’ve been thinking a lot about big and little, large and small and things deemed successful or not, particularly in relation to the matter of their importance. As a member of our local Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, I’m definitely “the little one”. Sitting next to owners of multi-million dollar companies, my successful but tiny home-based business might appear to them as insignificant and yet to me and to the hundreds of other small and home based businesses, we’re far from that. It was a recent visit to my family on the prairies that prompted these reflections. Read more...

Day by day
It’s been that kind of spring: sun and cloud today, rain yesterday and forecast again for tomorrow. Across our country flooding has reached emergency proportions and out here, at least, even when the sun does shine, it’s accompanied by a nippy breeze. For whatever reason, the seasons seem confused as to when they are supposed to begin and end. Read more...

When he leads
I admit that in my younger days I secretly wished for a few spectacular displays of God’s leading in my life. You know, something like Balaam being challenged by a donkey (honestly though, there were a couple of times when I could have been associated with that story) but more specifically I confess to wishing that I might be one of those yanked from obscurity into a role of Christian leadership. Read more...