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Mission in Canada Archive - 2006

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A "Miracle" in the Far North
Steeped in a Western worldview, we might call it "coincidence," but to the Inuit the event underscored a connection between the natural and supernatural.


Gathering and Scattering
University students are the next teachers, politicians, doctors and parents. If we can make a difference in their lives, we can really impact our world.


Entertaining Strangers
A university campus can be a lonely place for international students. International Christian Fellowship fills the gap with God's love and English lessons.


Taking Christ to the Cree
Dedicated to the ministry of the Gospel, the Davis' have served the Cree Indians for 19 years in the "uttermost parts of the earth"—northern Quebec. They describe their experience.


Stores with Purpose
Charitable stores are wonderful, practical examples of Christian compassion. They sell more than goods. They sell a vision and an ideal.


Going Behind Bars
What's ministry like behind prison walls for chaplains and volunteers dedicated to the spiritual care of those in prison?


I Was Hungry and You Gave Me… Art?
Providing avenues for artistic expression may seem like an unusual way to help homeless and street involved youth.


"Poverty Is the Issue"
Christian leaders at an anti-poverty conference were exhorted to become a strong and powerful voice for the poor and to speak out when they see injustice.


Shelters Get Infection Control Advice
As a result of a TB outbreak, workers at a Toronto shelter have received a manual and training in controlling infectious diseases among their homeless clients.


Why Don't They Just Get a Job?
The problems homeless people face are complex. Solutions start with compassion.


Teen Challenge comes to Atlantic Canada
Teen Challenge expects to open its first Maritime center near Moncton, New Brunswick by April, 2006.


Ex-pastor Learns the Rewards of "Being Small"
To share the Gospel, you have to live the Gospel. A pastor of a 3,500 member church left it all to launch a ministry and live in Vancouver's notorious Downtown Eastside.


For Some, Noel Is About Cash; For Others, a Crèche
Room for outreach: 300,000 children in Canada are at high risk of abuse and neglect. They need shelter with loving foster families. The situation is desperate.

 

 
 
 
 

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