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18/02 February 2018

DELTA – snapshots of faith

BY PETER BIGGS CLICK TO CHOOSE ANOTHER CITY CLICK BELOW TO ENLARGE (slow download) three communities The municipality of Delta is home to around 100,000 people that live in three distinct communities : Ladner, Tsawwassen (sometimes referred to as South Delta) and North Delta. Annicis Island is also part of Delta and includes a busy […]

18/02 February 2018

Spotlight: Education

Education Spotlight Aldergrove Christian Academy BC Christian Academy Cornerstone Christian School Delta Christian School Fraser Valley Adventist Academy Hope Lutheran School Langley Christian School Lions Gate Christian Academy Maple Ridge Christian School MEI Schools Regent Christian Academy Surrey Christian School Vancouver Christian School West Coast Christian School                 […]

18/02 February 2018

Spotlight: Mission & Ministry

Mission & Ministry Athletes in Action Avant Ministries Bowen Lodge Camp Squeah Christian Service Brigade Creation Science Discipleship International Hope Outreach Journey Home M2/W2 Mission One Eleven Nurses Christian Fellowship Reasons to Believe Samaritan Inn Life Impact Centre Signal Hill Stillwood Camp                 Athletes in Action   And […]

18/02 February 2018

Feeding hungry hearts

by Keri Vermeulen   Most of us have smelled the siren scent of the food truck – the thick aromas of comfort food (think grilled meats and veggies, fried onions, melted cheese, and exotic spices) beckoning to our stomachs as we walk down urban sidewalks or mingle at outdoor festivals. The food truck industry has […]

18/02 February 2018

Towards an intercultural ecclesiology

by Sherman Lau, MA   I love the church. I pastored two churches and worked at two seminaries preparing Christian men and women for service in congregational ministry. It is indeed a privilege to preach and teach from God’s Word, bring comfort to the sick, mentor volunteers or feed the hungry. These acts form the basis […]

18/02 February 2018

A conversation with Dr. Gordon T. Smith – President of Ambrose University & Seminary

by Peter Biggs   Background During my research on an article on Worship, some Pastors spoke of their dissatisfaction with the Evangelical ‘liturgy’. Smith’s recent book Evangelical, Sacramental and Pentecostal (Intervarsity Press) is timely. It describes clearly the different approaches to worship. He longs to see these three traditions unite together, and calls for an […]

18/02 February 2018

Hidden & Hard Work – Local stories of peacemaking

By Marion Van Driel   Hidden & Hard Work – stories of peacemaking in BC’s Lower Mainland, is all about building peace in the midst of a messy world. Editors Matt Balcarras and Katie Gorrie present eight inspiring stories about local people who seek, with great intentionality, to usher peace into places of unrest and […]

18/02 February 2018

Joy TV, customized Christian programming

In November, 2017 Joytv launched a new slate of programming that caters to the Canadian Christian Community. For General Manager of Christian Programming, Tore Stautland, it was about providing local Canadians with programming that hadn’t yet been available to them. “We really had to take a look at what would make our programming unique. For […]

18/02 February 2018

Acoustic Ninja returns to Lower Mainland

by Keri Vermeulen   When internationally-acclaimed guitar virtuoso Trace Bundy is asked to sing out loud during a recent phone interview, he doesn’t skip a note before answering. “Absolutely not,” he says, laughing. The Colorado native, known by fans around the globe as the ‘Acoustic Ninja’ can’t sing well at all. In fact, in his […]

18/02 February 2018

The senior journey moving into a campus of care

by Lilianne Fuller   Regardless of age, many seniors want to live independently. Unfortunately, it’s not something that every senior is able to do. Significant health issues can occur at any age and in some cases one spouse may enjoy good health, while the other does not. In situations like that, moving onto a campus […]