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We have a few sites that stand out for us and we’d like to share them with you. We hope you enjoy them too! Keep looking back – we may have added even more.


When we started to attend Dovercourt Baptist church, the first thing we felt when we walked through the door was a warm welcome that continues to this day, many years later. The Minister, Pastor Ralph Griggs, is the ‘real deal’ as we put it. He teaches from the Bible and delves into the scriptures, helping us all reframe our thoughts or reminding us of what’s important. This gentleman and ‘Gentle Man’ has had an incredible journey of faith and is an inspiration to us.

We have been listening to the Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Joel Osteen Ministries and Joyce Meyers Ministries for many years now and are always inspired and educated after each televised service and webcast. We have many of their books and CD’s which continually inspire us again and again.
www.kcm.org;    www.kcmcanada.ca




Love KIDS? Love ART? We hope you love this as much as we do!
Gwen Meads is the talented artist behind Modern Kids ART which brings you colourful and imaginative eye-candy to delight the senses. Hand-painted original art and growth charts are waiting to turn bare walls into a showplace. Entirely customizable to perfectly coordinate with your décor – choose your design, size, colours and even personalize it with your child’s name, initial or monogram to make it one-of-a-kind. Adorable wall hangings and keep-sake growth charts make delightful gifts for expectant mothers and children of all ages!
To see the adorable art visit:  https://www.custommade.com/by/modernkidsart/

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There are so many artists that we love to see in comedy or on screen such as Carol Burnett, Bob Hope, and Jerry Lewis.  Another artist and ‘professional clown’ that we love and even my young son adores, is Red Skelton. Even though he has passed away, his clean and witty flavour of comedy continues to make us laugh. At the end of each program on his television series, Skelton would become serious and express his gratitude to his audience for their love and laughter. His signature closing line became “Good night and may God bless.”