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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. 

Tea pot sized encouragement
I always associate my Grandma Barker with the lyrics to a song written by George Sanders and Clarence Kelley. This ancient but delightful piece went like this: "I'm a little teapot, short and stout. Here is my handle, here is my spout…" Read more...

Bangers and integrity
Whether you like ‘em baked, broiled, roasted, mild or spicy, sausages have been a dietary staple in some form and seemingly in every part of the world for generations. Though far from served on a regular basis, we occasionally enjoy the decadence of German wurst or campfire style wieners. Read more...

Waiting in or for hope
I’ve almost stopped reading, listening to or checking on-line for the news, a big change for a self-confessed news junkie; I never thought that day would come because frankly, I’ve always enjoyed keeping up with current local, national and international happening. These days, however, I have restricted myself to listening to the reports just once or twice a day. (Emails notices don’t count) Read more...

When good comes out of bad
Over the past several weeks my articles have been influenced by the current forest fire situation in our province and on the impact it’s had on families. At the risk of over-kill of the subject, I want to share a personal and family-related celebration linked directly to the current conflagration. Read more...

When family gets together
I love it when family gets together, always have and I hope I always will. Probably some of the most difficult times of my life have been those years when we and our sons and their families lived two provinces apart; I felt lost without them, a feeling that even regular phone conversations didn’t fully assuage. Not only that, my siblings and I have always lived long distances away from each other and that’s also been a source of sadness to me. In our lives at least, it seems that the people we love most are geographically farthest away from us. Read more...

When fire rages
Are you prepared? It’s a question we often ask or are often asked, but this week it’s a question that screams out at me. As fires rage in parts of our province, the fact that dense bush and trees thrive just two streets away from our front door moves that query from merely theoretical to “Wow, that’s too close for comfort!” Being prepared doesn’t always come to mind but this sure is a wake-up call. Read more...

Celebrating the first
We’ve just celebrated Canada Day, the 150th birthday of the country I call home. The longer I live and the more chaotic our world becomes, the more I thank God for our nation but I’d also like to share some personal reasons for taking note of this July 1st. Read more...

Kudos for Marcus
Powell River’s fifth annual Pacific Region International Symphony Music Academy (PRISMA) closed last evening. Once a year students and instructors from around the world gather in our little community for two intense weeks of instruction and performances; we locals are blessed and enriched with the quality and availability of this music. Read more...