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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. 

Good advice
I’ve just finished reading a novel, something I rarely do. While incredibly well written, I found it hard to read but even harder to put down. Read more...

Glimpses of grace
If ever there was a time when the theme for an article would be easy to capture, you’d think it would be this week. Both good and bad have flooded the news and often, our individual lives. I won’t need to reiterate the obvious, I just want to send words of appreciation for all the efforts of so many to ease the pain of thousands of others. I’ll call them glimpses of grace. Read more...

Keep waiting
Every week I put many hours of prayer and thought into these articles and, I admit, some weeks are much easier than others. For example, these past few days have been full of activity but there haven’t been many occasions that seemed worth sharing. But on the other hand…. Read more...

Intense celebration
I don’t know about you but I’m tired of COVID, vaccines, stormy weather and rising food prices. This week I’ve been putting my thoughts and prayers into sharing some things we’ve got to celebrate. This morning, preparing to head out to church, a powerful “boost” hit me in the heart. Read more...

Our only hope
As part of my daily Bible reading, I’ve been ploughing through the Old Testament books of Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. I admit there’ve been times when it’s been tough going and I’ve been tempted to skip those records of God's interactions with horribly disobedient people; after all, I’ve read them many, many times over the years. Read more...

Small but great
In talking about gifts, an anonymous writer penned these simple yet profound words: “Most of us will never do great things, but we can all do small things in a great way.” Read more...

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...