Let God Grow Your Faith. Step Outside Your Comfort Zone.

Sometimes God has a special call on our lives.    It means that we just have to stop following the crowd that’s following Jesus and get into our own space with Him.  It may well be that the Bible study group or church service is no longer nourishing you spiritually. 

Experiencing life during the pandemic

The evidence of life is growth. As we pass through the first full year of the pandemic, let us take some time to appreciate life. Our theme in the spring 2021 edition of The Anchor is ‘experiencing life.’

Comment l’évaluation de mes expériences de vie m’a aidé à définir mon but dans la vie

Engagée dans la tradition chrétienne de spiritualité, je me décris comme un éternel esprit évolutif, solidement chevillé à une expérience terrestre utile. Cela dit, je ne nierai pas que mon expérience terrestre est façonnée par mon sexe, mon appartenance ethnique et mon héritage culturel.

In transition with gratitude

31 December 2020 was my last day as Executive Director of the Alzheimer Society of Montreal. Even though this was the most challenging year ever in my career, I can say without a doubt that 2020 was the best ever. I am in a place of gratitude, thankful for the opportunity to have led the amazing team at the Society. I am grateful to the members of my LinkedIn network for the resources you have shared, which have supported my professional development.

Violence and awareness lessons learned from my father

A Tribute to John Isaacs on Father’s Day 2020 Six years ago, I had my last conversation with my Dad.  He slept his way into eternity two weeks later, having the final chapter of his life on this earth ended by Alzheimer’s disease. Father’s Day brings back many memories of our long conversations throughout everyContinue reading “Violence and awareness lessons learned from my father”

Let’s Walk together for Alzheimer’s

As you know, through my work at the Alzheimer’s Society of Montreal, I am dedicated to the on-going efforts to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and to support persons living with the disease, their caregivers, families and health professionals.   The Covid-19 crisis has brought to light the desperate need to care for ourContinue reading “Let’s Walk together for Alzheimer’s”

Salt, Light and Love – Our Common Christian Identity

This is the text of my homily delivered at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Ottawa in celebration of Black History Month. Bible readings for Epiphany 5, Year A – Isaiah 58:1-12; Psalm 112:1-9; 1 Corinthians 2:1-12; Matthew 5: 13-20 Audio version : Click on February 9 – Black History Month Sunday  The four Bible readings thisContinue reading “Salt, Light and Love – Our Common Christian Identity”

Meditation on the 23rd Psalm

  The Lord is my Shepherd I establish the teachings of Jesus Christ as the guiding principles in my daily life.  There is a lot of material and resources on spirituality, self-help, professional and personal success.  This is all good. By declaring that the Lord is my shepherd, whatever I take from this material shouldContinue reading “Meditation on the 23rd Psalm”

Meditation on the Lord’s prayer

Our Father Every human being is created by God.  God is the common bond of all humanity. We are members of the human family.  We are all loved by God.  Are we aware that God loves the beggar, the criminal, the disabled, the social outcasts as much as He loves us?  How do we honourContinue reading “Meditation on the Lord’s prayer”

3 Things to Bear in Mind in 2019

As we start 2019, many of us will set goals and make resolutions in the hope that our lives will be better.   I wish everyone the joy and satisfaction that comes from the fulfillment of personal and professional goals. As you set your goals and make resolutions for the New Year, I would like to suggestContinue reading “3 Things to Bear in Mind in 2019”