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What's New this Week
What's New this Week
Check out our new booklet:
"I Lost Someone I Love," is an inter-active story that helps children aged 3-9 years understand what is going on around them after the death of a loved one. $10 + $4 shipping.
Good News Page:
CHECK THESE STORIES OUT ON OUR GOOD NEWS PAGE:
WORLD-FAMOUS CELTIC COLOURS
Ever want to go to Cape Breton for the Celtic Colours Festival? Here's your chance! It's going to be live-streamed all October.
MOM PAYS HOMAGE TO SCHITT'S CREEK WITH CUTE COSTUMES
An American Mom who is an artist, designer and costumer, paid homage to the Canadian show, Schitt's Creek, immediately following its historic sweep of the 2020 Emmy Award's show by putting her children in costumes depicting the stars of the program.
STUDENT GROWS GIANT SUNFLOWER FOR HIS TEACHER
A Grade One student in PEI was given sunflower seeds by his teacher in late Spring - so she shouldn't have been surprised when he showed up on the first day of school with a fully-grown sunflower to give her!
ESTHER THE WONDER PIG
How great it is to check in on Canada's favourite animal celebrity, "Esther the Wonder Pig" and find out she is still doing well down on the farm in Campbellville!
TEENAGER PROTECTS OTHERS
A 13-year-old Halifax teen is using her sewing skills to make masks now that Nova Scotia has mandated a policy requiring facemasks be worn in all public places.
THE COMMON DAISY
We see them everywhere - the common white field daisy. But don't they lift your spirits?
Are you a clergy member or lay preacher looking for an idea about how to tackle this week's lectionary? Check out our weekly sermon bank. Each sermon is followed by a suggestion for a youth time story. All for $5/sermon.
Start your day with the good news here at "thank goodness". We strive to inspire a positive outlook in your life through our informational booklets, weekly sermons, and more. Browse through our website today and find the motivation that you need!
Thought for Today:
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow."
Mary Anne Radmacher