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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. 

Lord did it rain
Lord, did it rain! So hard, in fact, that it’s hard to recall that just weeks ago we were praying for the wet stuff. Over this past weekend, at least here in coastal British Columbia, we’ve had the same amount of rain normally experienced in the month of October in just the past couple of days. Moderation seems to be out of style. Read more...

Remember me
Two things determined the theme of this week’s article; one of little importance to most people, the other, of great importance to many. Here’s what I wrote in response to the latter. Read more...

Blurred vision
I'm not sure when or where I found a small lapel pin. Small it is but so applicable in these days of masks and hidden facial features. Here's how it reads: "Hi, I can't remember your name either." Read more...

Time to rejoice
Well, this has been a time to remember - although in all honesty, I'd rather forget it. Between getting scammed, losing all records of my email addresses, and being threatened with having to buy a new computer, I've been stressed. On the other hand, it's also been a time of great gratitude and rejoicing. Huh? Here's why. Read more...

From my heart
Normally I have my theme pretty much worked out by Friday. Not this week. Actually, I’ve wrestled over and over with two main thoughts. First, I wrote about encouragement just a week or so ago and I don’t like to be repetitious; next and most challenging, I am going to attempt to address a current and to some, a most divisive event. Read more...

Masks
One of the most challenging aspects of these past crazy months for this extrovert has been the isolation but thankfully we have a large back deck that allows me to stand and chat with the great neighbours living on either side of us. Read more...

Why sing?
Though not unexpected nor surprising, our air is smoke-filled today. Thankfully, so far, any fires we’ve had in our neck of the woods have been small and quickly extinguished. It’s that blanket of smoke that settled down on us this morning that’s sapping my strength. On a positive note, it’s giving me a reason to rest and do nothing but essential chores. (Medical officer’s advice). Read more...

The rewards of faith
This morning brought a gift to some of us. Normally common-place on the West Coast, rain didn’t reign this year! As thousands of acres of forest have been consumed this summer by drought, much prayer has ascended to God in the form of pleas for rain. We actually had a bit last night, not nearly enough to turn our grass green again, but we had rain. I hesitate to say much about causes and conclusions, given the reality of climate change, but in so many sectors of life, God often graciously intervenes in difficult circumstances. Read more...