A few years back I read a book by Hugh Halter and Matt Smay, entitled The Tangible Kingdom. As I read it my heart burned. When I shut the book I said out loud: “That is what I want to do with my life.” And I have. At least I have tried. And I am […]
Tara Teng is known to many Canadians as Miss Canada 2011. But those who know her know that she is far more than just a beauty queen. She is also a dedicated abolitionist who has made ending human trafficking her life’s work. CanadianChristianity.com caught up with Teng after her nation-wide Ignite the Road to Justice […]
The word pastor derives from the latin word pastor meaning shepherd. As a pastor you’ve been given many heightened responsibilities and must care for your flock. What is important to remember is that pastors too need to by shepherded. They need guidance and encouragement just like their sheep. Here are five books (some old, some new) that […]
Lessons in Haiti — Stephanie Forster is a determined woman. The head of Nehemiah Foundation recently traveled to Haiti to make a documentary.
Kyle Dion – president of New Line Skateparks in Langley, B.C. – spent most of July building a state-of-the-art play park in Rwanda. The effort was an initiative of the Elevation Project, which is sponsored by Greater Vancouver Youth Unlimited. The ministry worked with a Rwanda Youth for Christ team to build the park. Participant […]
“We have been given so much in our ministry, Herman and I just want to give back to the Lord what He has blessed us with,” stated Cynthia Nells. So goes the overriding sentiment behind the missionary work of Herman and Cynthia Nells, a Navajo couple ministering to the First Nations people in Canada. I […]