Chaos into Order

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Stacked Boxes

It had been one week since we had landed. We were thankful for the warm welcome from those on the ground and we were enjoying the sights and sounds of our new home. Our first week was spent running errands to acquire the basics for our home, finding an apartment … Read More

Unplanned Divine Appointments

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A teenage Huichol boy sits on a chair playing a small stringer instruments. An older Huichol man sits on a chair playing a small stringer instrument.

Every time we visit the remote village of our Huichol friends, God always seems to have a divine appointment for us—someone He wants us to connect with. And just as we were leaving, we got to meet Paola. We had a plan to head back to Mexico City, however, there … Read More

Call for Nomination Papers

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Call for Nomination Papers for the Position of President of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada (C&MA) The Committee on Nominations for the 2020 General Assembly of the C&MA is prepared to receive nomination papers from candidates who wish to be considered for nomination to the position of President … Read More

Chaplain Thomas Scott McCullagh Civilian Member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police “F” Division

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Chaplain Tom McCullagh has been an employee of the RCMP since March 12, 2008. Chaplain Tom is not your average chaplain. His involvement in the RCMP reaches far beyond what people would consider “traditional” roles for a police chaplain. He always makes himself available, no matter where employees are located … Read More

John 11: 1 – 57

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A close up picture of a leaf with text over it that reads, "I am the resurrection and the life the one who believes in me will live. Even though they die; and whoever lives by beliving in me will never die." (John 11:25-26)

Scripture Reading: Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. (This Mary, whose brother Lazarus now lay sick, was the same one who poured perfume on the Lord and wiped his feet with her hair.) So the sisters sent … Read More

Alliance Connection Fall 2019

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A small tile mosaic of the face of Jesus.

In the seat next to you on the plane. The Old Testament Christophany. In houses of prayer and coffee fellowships. In drug-addicted brothers, and alcoholic fathers. In reconciliation, theological conversation, even moments of desperation. It is our hope and prayer that you will see, and recognize, the face of Jesus. … Read More

Rising Concern

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City block that has been destroyed by war.

Globally, there is a rising concern among Christians regarding the recent developments with Turkey and Syria. As Christians, we need to partner together to pray and stand in solidarity for the thousands of people who are suffering. The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), stated “The escalation of military attacks in the … Read More

Masterful Mosaic

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A picture of a colourful mosaic.

Our lives are like a mosaic with broken, black, and disfigured pieces, with God as the artist who masterfully puts those pieces together to create a bigger and more beautiful picture. When we have plans and dreams that get broken or blackened, we often turn to God and say, “This … Read More

Jaffray Project 2019: Investing in People

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Dry cracked earth

Kristi Hopf is an international worker in Niger serving the Fulani people, a group of people the Jaffray Project is reaching. She is involved in a program that teaches local Fulani agricultural strategies, such as zaï holes,1 and composting. Christophe, the agricultural trainer, had a village representative plant an experimental field … Read More

Tenth Church UBC Pt Grey

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While September is not officially the start of a new year, it certainly is the start of a new season for students across our nation. We know that as our high school students graduate and make their way to colleges and universities there is usually a significant shift in their … Read More