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God At Work Across Canada

God At Work Across Canada

This year is off to a great start. In February, we held the Hold Fast Conference in Abbotsford, BC with more than 500 participating as David and Kay Arthur taught from 1 Peter. Through this conference, I had the opportunity to return to the province in mid-March for...
Revive Us Again

Revive Us Again

Throughout October, we launched a series of podcasts to highlight the importance of building our nation on the truth of God’s Word. We looked at what it takes to build through a clear mission, clear vision, and a conviction that our current position is not where we...
Encountering Trials? Consider it Joy

Encountering Trials? Consider it Joy

“Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing the testing of your faith produces endurance.” — James 1:2–3 This year, 2018, has been a year of great blessing. We have witnessed God at work in so many ways: new leaders, new classes, and...
Consider Your Ways—And Build!

Consider Your Ways—And Build!

The Book of Haggai was written around 520 BC, and it was a message from God to His people through the prophet. Twice in seven verses of chapter 1 God says, “Consider your ways.” The first time God uses this phrase comes in a response to the people saying that it’s not...
Impact the NEXT Generation

Impact the NEXT Generation

Dear Friend, my beloved co-labourer, I have a request to share with you. Something heavy on my heart … Something that had been on my heart even before we started this ministry in 1970. Something we’ve been doing but can speed up significantly. Please read this...
Christ’s Return: Are You Ready?

Christ’s Return: Are You Ready?

In 1969, Larry Norman released an album called Upon this Rock. In the late 60s, his genre of Christian Rock faced a lot of opposition, not only from the Christian community, but also the mainstream music scene. Larry described his album as twelve love songs to Jesus....
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