The Author

Danielle Gignac is an architect whose areas of personal research include environmental ethics, agrarianism, and community-building. Her Master’s Thesis explored the indigenous concept of land as a garden, addressing the cultural and physical boundaries which define life on the land. Danielle has spent time living and working on a permaculture farm in France, and continues to be an avid gardener, wherever she can find a piece of earth to cultivate.

Theology Is Our Most Important Pursuit Because It Means Knowing God Which Is Everything

If we start talking about theology, we might hear one of three responses: “Haven’t we figured all that out?” or “Theology is something that

How to Share the Gospel with Canadian Muslims

We met Mary (pseudonym) in an ESL class where

Ma première panne d’essence… ou une leçon de vie sur l’épuisement pastoral

Ma première panne d’essence. Dernièrement, je me rendais à

The Prayer of Jabez (From the Bible, Not the Book)

The prayer of Jabez in 1 Chronicles 4 is

Between Two Heresies

You can’t understand the Bible – you can’t understand
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