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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. 

Learning to count
Counting sounds awfully mundane at times but in this week's article I note that it is important to our mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. Count bless and count well! Read more...

So worth remembering
Now close to the middle of a new month and into a new decade, I’ve begun seeking out, duplicating and sorting out pictures I have collected over the years. Of particular interest was an aged (almost as aged as I am) picture of me and my oldest brother. If I’m correct that picture was snapped in about 1947. It’s brown and white and faded now but it’s still very legible. Sounds a bit like me except that I’m grey now. Read more...

Welcome 2021
In mulling over my thoughts regarding this coming year, I decided to see what other writers had to say on the subject. Here are two quotes from Peggy Horton: Read more...

Unless
Well, folks, it’s that time again. As we bid farewell to this year and this decade, I for one find it easy to put 2020 behind us. Remembering that we’re now at the beginning of another year and, hopefully, of a much healthier and happy new year, brings a mixed sense of optimism and caution. For the past 12 months we’ve lived with dire warnings and strict measures: Will I and my family escape COVID? How will it impact our little community? Will our geographically isolated location spare us from an outbreak? Yes, there were some very scary times but, thankfully, I can look back at some wonderful moments, as well. Read more...

My best Christmas gift
I’m sitting at my computer, searching my mind and heart for a topic for this pre-Christmas article. The usual things that I’ve written about are in my files since my first article was published in Saskatchewan newspapers nearing 28 years ago; but as always, I long to write something fresh and meaningful each week. Read more...

It was a tough Christmas
If ever there was a tough Christmas, at least for a lot of us, it’s Christmas 2020. I won’t really miss the work involved in putting up and taking down the tree but that’s only because no one can come to share its beauty with us. Read more...

When you need a smile
This week I began to seriously sort out years of “stuff” knowing that sooner rather than later, Hubby and I will have to consider moving to a lower-maintenance residence, I don’t want to leave a lot of accumulation for our kids to sort out. For that they will thank me profusely! Read more...

Let's sing
A precious sister-in-law struggles with near blindness, overwhelming tiredness but most of all, with loneliness. Her husband passed away three years ago. Now alone after 63 years of marriage, she has lots of reasons to be glum but in regular telephone conversations with her, I am always so blessed and encouraged regarding her attitudes. In today’s call she told me how another one of our sisters-in-law comes to visit and read to her each evening. Later, another friend and Erna speak on the phone; actually, they sing. Read more...