Cybersalt News

Here's what's new on the Cybersalt Site each day.

chicken thursday december 27Oh look, Chicken Thursday!

Help yourself and support the Cybersalt Site at the same time! If you don't have a backup of your photos and/or data, pick up an external hard drive and copy your files to a device you can store offline, away from hacking and ransomware.

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

transformational loveSunday greetings everyone!

As this is the last Cybersalt Digest to go out before Christmas Day, on behalf of Grandma Cybersalt and myself I wish you a blessed and peace filled Christmas!

I am mindful of the reality that this newsletter goes out to people in all stages of life and all seasons of life. Christmas, like other things that do not change from year to year, makes us keenly aware of those different stages and seasons. Often, but not always, sadness and sorrow are stirred as a result.

Such is the case for part of our hearts this season. We are missing a dear family friend who recently passed away a few weeks short of his 50th birthday. He was a father-in-law to our daughter and grandfather to one of our granddaughters. In the past we celebrated many joys with him, his wife and their 8 children. Now we share in the heartache of his absence.

When things that do not change stir up emotions because of what has changed, I find comfort in the hope and promise of Jesus whom the Bible describes as "the same yesterday, today, and forever." (Hebrews 13:8) At Christmastime that reality brings me back to ground zero of why Jesus was born in Bethlehem. As Roy Lessin put it:

"If our greatest need had been information,God would have sent us an educator.
If our greatest need had been technology,God would have sent us a scientist.
If our greatest need had been money,God would have sent us an economist.
If our greatest need had been pleasure,God would have sent us an entertainer.
But our greatest need was forgiveness,so God sent us a Saviour."

Regardless of stage or season, Christmas reminds us that in Jesus we can find satisfaction for our greatest need: forgiveness and a restored relationship with our Creator.

So again, from our hearts to yours, may the blessings and peace of Christ rest upon and within you.

~ Pastor Tim


Rev. James Snyder recently got some unexpected help with his to-do list and that helped him remember some important things about wisdom. You can read "Oh Wisdom, Wherefore Art Thou?" at:

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Chicken Thursday dec 20Oh look, Chicken Thursday!

A windstorm and power outage prevented me from adding Rev. James Snyder's latest commentary to the Cybersalt site last Sunday. I'm happy to report it's on there now, though it may stir up a bit of different storm for some. It seems James has been offending people recently so if does that's just in keeping with how his December is going. You can read"My Little Dear, It’s Not Warm Outside!" at:

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~ Pastor Tim

christmas nativity copySunday greetings everyone!

A strong windstorm at Cybersalt World Headquarters has knocked the power out for me and a few thousand of my closest neighbours. Grandma Cybersalt already had the material ligned up for this edition, but I have been thwarted from adding a new Rev. James Snyder article.

Thankfully, my cell phone, a data package, and some squinting in the dark (#leah) allows me to type out this news, merge the mailing, and send it out.That's all I can do, but more power to you!

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

chicken thursday dec 13Oh look, Chicken Thursday!

Two of the Body of Christ Connection refugee families, whom you have been helping Cybersalt help, have churches who are moving forward with sponsoring them to come to Canada!

That process will still take over 2 years to complete. During that period we'll still be supporting them and other families through the Be a Billionaire Fundraiser or one time donations or monthly donations. But, this news is a beacon of hope for these families and an item of praise and thanksgiving to God.

Enjoy the rest of today's mailing!

~ Pastor Tim

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