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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. 

Ups and downs
I found it hard to choose a theme for this week’s article, not because there weren’t ideas in my head but rather that there were so many. Read more...

We're not forgotten
In my annual “reading through the Bible in a year”, I’ve been slogging through some tough chapters. In fact, those pages of “so and so begat so and so”, have often caused me to wonder how much spiritual value there is for folks like me. Having said that, an accurate record of leaders, good and bad, attests to the completeness of God’s Word; He doesn’t condone evil but nor does He ignore it! Read more...

Folded napkin
In the Christian tradition, we’ve just celebrated the Easter season but here’s a detail I’ve never heard addressed: Following His resurrection, why was the napkin that covered the face of Jesus in the tomb, folded? Read more...

Not just a number
Luis Benuel wrote: “Age is something that doesn't matter, unless you are a cheese”. Read more...

Love on the lid
Although I’ve always been an outgoing person, during this past year I’ve gone out of my way to encourage everyone I meet. Mask-wearing has made the adventure even more interesting since I’m never quite sure I’m talking to. Read more...

The mystery of grace
The owner, I assume, of a plumbing company advertised the business by posting a sign on the side of his truck that read: “There is no place too deep, too dark or too dirty for us to handle.” Read more...

Open and shut
A recent post on Facebook caught my attention. Although many folks are turned off by that page, I have appreciated recent attempts to counteract all the depressing news associated with COVID. So, following that introduction, here’s what made me pause and smile. Read more...

The meaning of essential
Essential is the key word in our lives these days; your grocery shopping list, like mine, is broken down like this: “will get if its on sale”, “really need” or “absolutely essential”. Gone are the days of browsing through the mall before catching the bus back home. The former as I’ve mentioned in other articles, formed much of my social life. While neither of those things are deemed “essential” they definitely filled my life with enjoyment. Read more...

What to say
As cases of COVID continue to climb in every constituency (how’s that for featuring the letter “cee” in my opening statement), I am finding it more difficult this week to find a bit of humor for this column. Add to that chore (note: there’s another couple of “cees”), I’m trying hard to sort through and discard books and other materials. I really don’t want to leave that job to our kids once we depart this life. Read more...