The Ultimate Humanitarian: Jesus

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At this exciting time in our history, there are people groups in places across the world that are becoming increasingly accessible to the gospel. That increased accessibility, however, almost always comes with, or on the heels of, a humanitarian crisis. People facing the worst times of their lives. On World … Read More

A Legacy for Future Generations

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Legacy for Future Generations

On August 12 the United Nations will mark International Youth Day. The day was declared and endorsed by the UN in 1999 and increasingly calls attention to youth as agents of change in global issues like conflict prevention, peace, and social justice. Certainly there is a role for young people … Read More

#Alliance (almost) 150

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Earlier this month, Canada marked an incredible milestone. “Happy Canada Day!,” and “#Canada150!”and many other celebratory proclamations for our nation’s big birthday could be heard or seen in almost every medium. This milestone was indeed cause for celebration for many across the country, and for others, like Indigenous peoples and … Read More

The Power of a Face

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The Power of Face

Every day when I turn on the news I am bombarded with images of human tragedy, somewhere in the world. The words “humanitarian crisis” continue to be repeated as we see a steady stream of terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and mass destruction. The danger is that we can actually become … Read More

O Canada

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As we celebrate the diversity of Canada during its 150th year, we also celebrate the diversity of worship within our C&MA churches in its 130th year. Founded by a Canadian, Albert B. Simpson, The Christian and Missionary Alliance is not only growing in Canada, but in more than 80 countries and territories around the … Read More