Pilgrim Year: New Steve Bell Book Series is Released
Signpost Music is pleased to announce the release of the Pilgrim Year collection by author and musician Steve Bell. Published by Novalis Press, the collection of books features written reflections on the liturgical year, accompanied by links to the music of this iconic Canadian Christian singer and songwriter.
2018 Fall Concert Line-Up
I have been rather busy with touring, book-writing, preparing to launch a podcast, and developing a two-day retreat I’m offering in several locations this fall. Check out the schedule to see if I have events near you…
Critical Moment for Canadian Indigenous/settler Relations!
This coming Wednesday, February 7 is critical to Canadian Indigenous/settler relations and will speak volumes about what is true about our collective resolve to move past wounding relationships to mutually flourishing ones. Here’s how your voice can be heard…
LOVE, REMEMBER – New Book from Malcolm Guite
This book is written to give voice both to love and to lamentation, to find expression for grief without losing hope, to help us honour the dead with tears, yet still to glimpse through those tears the light of the resurrection…
WHERE THE GOOD WAY LIES | Reviews and Award Nominations
I hope you don’t mind a bit of shameless self-promotion, but my latest album, Where The Good Way Lies, has recently enjoyed some noteworthy affirmation, that being a great review in Faith Today magazine, and 10 award nominations for the Covenant Awards (Canadian Gospel Music Awards). —SB REVIEW | Faith Today Magazine […]
Winnipeggers Rally for Indigenous Rights
On Saturday, September 23, starting at 1 pm, a group of Indigenous peoples and settlers from Winnipeg (Treaty 1 territory) will walk 12 km from Stephen Juba Park to a public gathering at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at the University of Manitoba to urge the Canadian government to fully adopt and implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.
Countdown to “Walk the Talk” in Support of Reconciliation Bill C-262 (days 42 & 43 of 46)
Treaties themselves, traditionally understood, are not meant to be cold, legal agreements between competitors in a zero sum game, but rather, they are friendship agreements about how to live together in a good way….
Countdown to “Walk the Talk” in support of Reconciliation Bill C-262 (day 44 of 46)
…articles like these are included precisely because the experience of indigenous peoples, in their relationship with colonial societies, has been of policies inflicted on indigenous communities that break down traditional social structures.
Countdown to “Walk the Talk” in support of Reconciliation Bill C-262 (day 45 0f 46)
In response to Article 45 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, poet Lyla June Johnston has written about her patient ache for the day when “our collective love… robs the stalk and the root from the thorns of inequity.”
Countdown to “Walk the Talk” in Support of Reconciliation Bill C-262 (day 46)
In exactly 46 days, in Winnipeg, there will be a 12k walk and gathering at the National Centre for Truth And Reconciliation in support of Reconciliation Bill C-262 which, if enacted, would ”require the Government of Canada to take all measures necessary to ensure that the laws of Canada are in harmony with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.”