Protesters Storm Prayer Meeting

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Photo Credit: Vancouver Christians for Love, Peace and Justice An international news story broke out at an Alliance church prayer meeting in Vancouver last week. Tenth Church is an Alliance church with one of its four locations on the corner of Ontario St and W 10th Ave in Vancouver, British … Read More

What the Lord has Done

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Psalm 78 tells God’s people to remember and tell others what the Lord has done so that a future generation would also know and put their confidence and trust in Him and not forget His works or commands. If you are familiar with Lindsay Reynold’s book Footprints1 and/or have taken … Read More

The Spiritual Discipline of Physical Health

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Are you so focused on helping others that you ignore your own health? Our deep desire to serve God makes this common, almost expected. When we ignore our physical health, it diminishes the value of stewarding what God has created and entrusted to us. Eventually, poor health negatively impacts how … Read More

Rising Yeast

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The mandate God gave Kathy Klassen when she started her role as Director of Relational & Spiritual Vitality two and a half years ago was that of yeast needing to be kneaded through the whole loaf (Matthew 13:33)—the loaf being the Eastern Canadian District (ECD).  Yeast represented the Kingdom of … Read More

Alpha in Thailand

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Again, Jesus said, “Peace be with you! As the Father sent me, so I am sending you” (John 20:21).  This is the power of a movement—it can start out with a small group of believers who passionately follow Christ’s example; no matter the difficulties and persecution and teach others to … Read More

Experiencing Renewal

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“How would I orchestrate my exit from pastoral ministry?” I was exhausted. My wife had been diagnosed with a form of terminal cancer about ten years before and she was quickly slipping on us. Our church was walking though some very tumultuous times. I felt like, “I don’t know how … Read More

The Cast of Sin

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We made it through two girls and seven years before our little man decided to superhero it off a chair, breaking his leg. He will have his cast for three weeks, but it has hardly slowed him down (he has invented new ways to get around and still obey Mommy’s … Read More

From Camps to Cells

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We hosted a games and fun night for a big group of Rohingya. We were quickly pulled aside, told a story, and asked for help. They told us about two young women—they said they were early 20s, but one ID card clearly showed one of the girls as 14—who were … Read More