Loaves & Fishes is a soup kitchen located at New Beginnings Fellowship, serving the Fort Frances community and surrounding area with a free, tasty, hot meal each Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Thank you Knox United Church for having the courage to support gay and lesbian peoples and for calling us to rethink our existing prejudices.
Oh how the game of hockey has changed from the better to the worst.
Hockey was at its best with the initial six team format which included the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens in Canada and with the Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, and Detroit Red Wings in the USA.
While reading the Sept. 12 Fort Frances Times, I was struck by what appeared to be an orchestrated, multiple-entry religious attack on same-sex marriage.
With the Fort Frances Community Clinic converting the old library to a second location in the hopes of getting more doctors in Fort Frances, it would be of great benefit for the many district seniors, who will sometime or another require cataract surgery, to have a physician from Thunder Bay come here as required to perform this procedure.
Let’s define what the Bible is. It is the Word of God. God Himself is the author.
All Scripture is given by inspiration of God. It is absolutely reliable. It is infallible. It is the only message in a book form given as a direct revelation from God to man.
It is not one man’s opinion.
Thanks to all the supporters for the nomination of Bill Selman to the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame.
Special thanks to former locals Bob Peters, Art Berglund, and Bill Borlase for their detailed letters of support.
I am responding to the topic of same-sex marriage.
Jesus tells us to love everyone. If we quit loving others, because they’ve sinned, we would love no one.
“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23).
However, Jesus doesn’t tell us to love their sins. For 4,000 years before Christ and 2,000 years since, God’s word has remained the same.
The other day, I went out to put my sheep in for the night. Five of them came when I called and settled for the night in the barn. The other two ignored my calling, ran the other direction, and enjoyed running around outside.
I would gladly let them enjoy the night outside, but I know I must take them in [because] some wild animal might find them and kill them before the morning.
While golfing at Heron Landing on Monday, I dropped my money clip. It was a valuable memento to me yet a very simple thing.
Chase Flinders found the clip, left the money in, and turned it into the clubhouse, where it found its way back to me.