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Chaplain's Corner
by Larry Hirst

Larry Hirst is the Chaplain at Bethesda Hospital and Bethesda Place in Steinbach, Manitoba. He grew up in Pennsylvania, a place his heart still calls home, even though he hasn’t lived there since 1973.

Larry studied in Phoenix, Arizona at Southwestern College, receiving a Bachelors degree in Biblical Studies. He also graduated from Denver Seminary with a Master degree in Pastoral Theology.

Larry pastored two churches: one in Strasboug, Saskatchewan and the other in Winnipeg, Manitoba before becoming a chaplain. Larry is married to Janice, a counselor practicing in Winnipeg. Larry and Janice have two sons, a wonderful daughter-in-law and three amazing grandsons. But most importantly, Larry became a child of God when he was 12 years old and seeks to live each day grateful for the loving grace of God which alone accounts for anything good he may do.


Soft cover - 6 x 9 - 258 pages

By Betty Barkman

Laina’s Excitement mounts as her family moves westward. She loves helping her parents forge a new homestead out of the untamed prairies. But how will she ever cope with the unforeseen challenges before her? Laina’s story takes place from 1919 to the mid forties.


Soft cover - 5.5 x 8.5 - 259 pages

I Survived 7000 volts - My Story: Elmer Schultz
As told by Pat Gerbrandt

As the auger touched the lines a tremendous amount of electric power flowed through Elmer’s body. Hydro employee marvel that Mr. Schultz survived this incident, and as Elmer asserts, his survival is a miracle. “What a price I had to pay for failing to look up.”


Soft cover - 6 x 9 - 120 pages

Margareta - A Woman of Courage
By Helene Penner Koeger

18 year-old Margareta was facing a difficult decision. Should she marry a widower with eight children in order to keep the family together? This story is based on the life of a woman who kept her strong faith in spite of a life of hardships in Russia from the 1880’s to the 1930’s.


Soft cover - 6 x 9 - 268 pages

High Hopes and Shattered Dreams - Second Edition 2005
Complied and translated by Helene Penner Koeger

The Nikolaifelder Church in Sagradowka, the dream for a place of worship which to praise God, was realized when the beautiful building opened its doors on May 5, 1891. The dream shattered forever during Stalin’s regime when the beautiful church, was turned into a grain storage facility.
Second Edition


Soft cover - 8.5 x 11 - 230 pages

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