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20/05 May 2020

20/05 May 2020

The downward spiral of worry

by Dr. Dave Currie     We are in a season that understandably spawns worry. Frequent media coverage incessantly repeating unnerving words like world-wide pandemic, infectious disease, death tolls, quarantine, and the need for social distancing causes concern on its own. Repeated government ads warn us to stay home. Businesses are shutting down – many […]

20/05 May 2020

Laugh and Learn Bible for Little Ones

FaithWords, a division of Hachette Book Group, and Minno Kids added a new addition to the already-popular collection of kids’ books by VeggieTales® creator and celebrated author Phil Vischer – the Laugh and Learn Bible for Little Ones. This new board book edition builds on the successful launch of the Laugh and Learn Bible for […]

20/05 May 2020

The Pilgrim’s Progress the movie

Based on John Bunyan’s epic masterpiece, THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS is one of the most popular books of all time, and one of the most important stories of our faith! Second to the Bible in total copies and translations, the story was written by John Bunyan a pastor, imprisoned for sharing his faith. This powerful allegory […]

20/05 May 2020

Truth and the sanctity of human life for such a time as this

by Denise Mountenay   Understand the times we are living in. The people of God are not to be ignorant of the schemes and devices of the enemies of God. Like the sons of Issachar, it is important to know the times we are in (1 Chron. 12:32). As this scripture indicates, intelligent men, who […]

20/05 May 2020

Helping your kids cope in this time of social isolation and uncertainty

by Beverley Moffat   “What’s the matter? Are you okay? Why are you doing that? You’re driving me crazy! I don’t know what to do! That’s it! I’m going to my room, I need a time out.” Things seem to be constantly changing and we have to keep adjusting our response to health safety concerns, […]

20/05 May 2020

New App launched to help reduce seniors isolation

Annabot, a one-touch voice messaging app designed to help seniors stay connected and engaged, is now available after testing with Kerby Centre and other community organizations. “As the pandemic continues, social isolation is a growing concern for both the mental and physical health of seniors,” said Kerby Centre CEO, Larry Mathieson. “We were very involved […]

20/05 May 2020

Take your giving to the next level: Donor-Advised Funds

by Arnold Machel CFP   “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.” 2 Corinthians 9:6 (NIV)   Fred inherited one million dollars. He had read my previous article on tithing and wanted to tithe on this inheritance. He wasn’t sure where he wanted it all […]

20/05 May 2020

From fear and frustration to hope and peace

by Frank King   As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many of us are feeling frustration, fear and loneliness. It’s especially challenging when church and small groups can only be done online. Is there nothing anyone can do to stop the virus? Does the battle seem hopeless? Perhaps. But I found an Internet meme that explains […]

20/05 May 2020

COVID can’t stop prayer for camp

by Kelly Rempel   An annual event calling on Christians to pray for camp ministry is moving full-steam ahead, distance-style. Spearheaded by One Hope Canada in partnership with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Christian Camping International-Canada and Fellowship of Christian Camps (BC), Day of Prayer for Camp is a national project calling on Christians to pray for […]

20/05 May 2020

How early Christians handled their ‘COVID-19’

by Brian Stiller, Global Amassador, the World Evangelical Alliance Today, most of us sit confined in our homes, unsure of how widespread the COVID-19 virus is in our community, our country, or the world. I frequently open the app counting the global statistics and try to understand what life is like in places where the […]