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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. 

What's Inside?
A story, directed to the children present in our church service this morning, was simple but it spoke an important message to my heart. Read more...

Never out of his sight
As I write, I like millions of other Canadians, are preparing to or are already celebrating Thanksgiving Day. It’s an annual event, a day officially dedicated to remembering all the blessings that we enjoy as individuals and as a nation. Read more...

Things best tossed out
“It’s time,” I told myself, “it’s time you got rid of some stuff.”
For a number of years we’d moved frequently, meaning many of our belongings remained packed away. For someone who prefers to be surrounded by the multitude of gifts, mementos and souvenirs collected during a lifetime, it was a trial. I wanted my things out of the boxes and in full view. What good are Royal Albert dishes and snowy-white tablecloths if they can’t be used? Read more...

Just two of us
This summer we’ve had the joy of hosting more family visits in one season than we’ve had over the past several years. It’s been great! Along with the excitement of their arrival (and near tears at their departure), I’ve also baked more goodies than I have in a long while. Be they muffins, bread, cookies or German specialties, combinations of all sorts of ingredients have produced goods that were both aromatic and delicious. That whole process got me thinking about what went into each item. Read more...

A shelter in the time of storm
In a recent article I began by quoting one of my most frequent prayers these days: “O Lord, please send rain.” Thankfully we’ve had a bit, not a lot but enough to cool the temperatures and slightly decrease the risk of fires in our area. As thankful as I am for the moisture, I’m also keenly aware of those who are crying out for relief from rain and wind.  Read more...

Sunshine or rain?
“Please God, send us rain!”
If you live in B.C. you could well have prayed this prayer over the past several months. In my case, it’s more like a few dozen times a day or, on days like today, a few dozen times an hour. Temperatures far above what are normal for us ocean-side dwellers soar on a daily basis and fires rage across our province and in states south of the international border. Read more...

Sowing and reaping
Though a concept foreign to prairie dwellers, I’m planning to plant vegetables this fall for harvest in late winter or early spring. As much as I miss Saskatchewan (and I truly do!), I appreciate the ability to harvest food throughout the entire year. Read more...