We have a friend named Nasya, but don’t hold that against her. It’s pronounced nAs-e-ah and not nausea, though that’s extremely funny. Nas is one of those people that I call a catalyst. She has a fun energy about her that pulls people into her circle and makes life an adventure. Once in the Bert Theatre Lobby she saw a lovely introverted Nigerian lady from … Continue reading Nasya

What Freedom was For

Whether we like it or not, people died to protect our freedom in this country. They made the ultimate sacrifice for us to live, cried so we could laugh, gave up their freedom so we could use ours for silly things like complaining about traffic in Airdrie. Venue Church had a special Remembrance Day service merged with a “let’s remember God’s sacrifice too” service (don’t … Continue reading What Freedom was For