Manitobans adjusted to living in a pandemic in the month of April, and that came with plenty of ways to celebrate, as well as a few comforting signs from above.
A Winnipeg family was urgently asking for help from a good samaritan to find their lost phone that contains precious memories of their deceased son. It wasn an old iPhone that wasn't worth much when it came to money, but the photos on it were priceless.
When Candida Doerksen said yes to her fiance's proposal, she had no idea their wedding would be taking place during a global pandemic. Their wedding was one of the first in the province to adjust to the lockdowns.
A church in Alabama shared a powerful image of hope after a tornado on Easter Sunday left a swath of destruction.
The Canadian Forces Snowbirds announced they would be crossing the country in nine-jet formation starting in Nova Scotia and working their way west. Unfortunately the tour would end in tragedy a few weeks later when one of the jets crashed shortly after takeoff in Kamloops, B.C.
Her husband's wedding ring may have been cut from his finger, but Genny Funk-Unrau put the 'do' in 'I do' as she fought to visit her ill husband. "I am not always happy with what is happening, but God is still here," Genny said at the time.
A Winnipeg teacher went the extra mile (and a few more) to care for her students as schools shutdown in the province.
"Making those connections with my students has been my goal," Ross says.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic a sign from above arrived at just the right time and in the perfect place.
Christian rock group, NEEDTOBREATHE, announced in April that their founding member and longtime guitarist/backing vocalist Bo Rinehart has decided to step away from active collaboration.
While they weren't able to worship together in weeks, one church in southern Manitoba felt close once again thanks to their worship team. It was one of the first churches to put together a virtual worship team video that we've become so familiar with.