17/02 February 2017

17/02 February 2017

Voices Together: Lifting Jesus High

by Pastor Aldrin Navo, VT Core Team Member A Henry Ford quote aptly describes how Voices Together started: “Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.”  Since the first Voices Together event occurred in 2008, significant things took place as far as unity of God’s family is concerned. Thus, the subsequent […]

17/02 February 2017

Incredible India,

Go local in Kerala Photo credit: Bart Vermeulen by Keri Vermeulen How many of you travellers have returned home from your trip-of-a-lifetime journey to an exotic locale, with photographs, fond memories and souvenirs – but little knowledge or understanding of the people and land you visited? It’s okay, sometimes a resort vacation is exactly what […]

17/02 February 2017

Hearts of Hope

by Debbie Cazander The birth of a baby is not only the culmination of nine months of pregnancy, it is most often the fulfillment of the woman’s greatest desire to finally hold her newborn child in her arms. The motherly nurturing in her heart can now come to fulfilment as she cares for her little […]

17/02 February 2017

David C. Cook Canada rebrands as Parasource

by Lisa Hall-Wilson The March 2016 purchase of Augsburg Fortress Canada by David C. Cook Canada created a Canadian-owned entity, based in Paris, Ontario, that is now the largest independent Christian product distributor in Canada. In September, the company unveiled its new corporate name: Parasource Marketing and Distributing. In the past, these behind-the-scenes changes in […]

17/02 February 2017

Signal Hill’s The Value Project 

Signal Hill’s The Value Project will take place February 23 – 26, 2017 at Zajac Ranch in Mission, BC. Signal Hill has invited 30 students from six schools to a three-day symposium where they will learn that valuing themselves and valuing others has the power to transform their personal lives and their school community. Led […]

17/02 February 2017

Interrupt winter with family fun

by Doris Fleck Granville Island’s family-friendly Winterruption Festival will be melting the winter blues away with hot maple flavoured chocolate, delectable food, colourfully costumed stick walkers, and lively musical performances. In its 12th year, Winterruption will be showcasing a new covered venue called The Forge that will be the hub of the February 18-19 weekend […]

17/02 February 2017

St. Valentine’s Day, you gotta love it

by Jack Taylor Okay, I have to admit that I’m a hopeless romantic. I proposed to my girl at the exact minute when we’d been officially dating for 24,000 hours. It was 1976, we were watching the sunset from the side of Burnaby Mountain, sitting in my parked 1973 blue Valiant (in the front seat […]

17/02 February 2017

Christian music news

by Kevin Pollard   Hillsong Young and Free recently released their music video for “Falling Into You” that features footage from their concert here in Vancouver at Broadway church last September.If you missed their first concert here in BC you will get another chance as they were recently announced to lead worship at the opening […]

17/02 February 2017

Song of My Salvation art exhibit

Photo credit: Marion Van Driel by Marion Van Driel Regent College’s Lookout Gallery will host the works of gifted artist Violet Behzadian in her first Canadian show, Song of My Salvation. Fifteen acrylic paintings depict women who reflect Behzadian’s own story of grace. An opening artist reception will be held February 22 from 4:30 – […]

17/02 February 2017

What if Shakespeare had written the Godfather?

Photo credit: Emily Cooper by Keri Vermeulen If you’re any kind of fan of the dramatic arts, Pacific Theatre presents a show this month you won’t want to miss. The production marries two genres and two eras – that of classic Shakespearean drama and American film classic. Corleone: The Shakespearean Godfather, which runs Feb. 3 […]