3 Ways to Watch the President’s Report

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There are two places to watch the President’s Report. You can either watch it through our public Facebook account (you do not need a Facebook account to do so), or through our website. The benefit of watching it via Facebook is that you are able to read and interact in … Read More

Relief in Lebanon

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On August 4th, an explosion shook through the city of Beirut, Lebanon. The impact took over 200 lives, injured over 5000 people, and left the bustling city to try to rebuild itself. For many Lebanese, they have experienced violent explosions in the past and this explosion may have left the … Read More

Clean Socks

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A pair of socks on someone's feet

Nine months ago, Rale, a homeless man and an addict, came to us at the Drug Rehab Center in Serbia. He has MS and has been suffering physically and emotionally. But God is at work! He recently said: This morning, as I was going down the stairs to have my … Read More

What is the President’s Report?

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Over the last two years God has moved in amazing ways! Although we can’t meet in person for General Assembly, we are excited to gather online to worship, hear stories from across the Alliance, and consider where God is leading us next. The President’s Report will feature our three strategic … Read More

The God Who Sees Me

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The news report was matter of fact. BC’s Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, stated there were two more deaths over the May long weekend. Information like this had become part of the daily routine of reporting deaths caused by COVID-19. What made this report different was that one of … Read More

Community Impact through Emergency Aid

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Paul and Chantelle, and Bob and Karin, along with the rest of the team in their region were involved in an emergency aid program in response to COVID-19 for Rohingya refugees from March 2020 – June 2020. A story about their experience can be found here: A Different Kind of … Read More

Frame of Mind

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A recent CTV newscast during which the hosts profiled a teacher who was seeking to help her students deal with COVID-19 really inspired me. The teacher began by describing her desire to share a song she had composed that was intended to express what so many of us are feeling. … Read More

Combatting Malnutrition in Venezuela

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Many people in Venezuela are battling malnutrition and health problems due to increased unemployment rates, as well as the increasing inflation affecting everyone. COVID-19 has multiplied the need, and we are thankful to be involved in a project that is helping with the nutritional needs of families of twelve of … Read More

72 Hours of Prayer

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International Worker, Maida Anderson attends a small Alliance church on the outskirts of Madrid, Spain. Carlos*, a man in their congregation, was stricken with COVID-19 and ended up in ICU. In late April, the doctors called Carlo’s wife to say that they didn’t think he would make it through the … Read More

The God of Mercy

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…his compassions never fail. (Lam 3:22) In the last few weeks, I have been extremely busy with the Speech Therapy Clinic. My first patients came with issues that were new-to-me which left me researching, reading, and learning late into the nights (and on weekends), while continuing to wake up early … Read More