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    Watershed discipleship

    Friday, August 14, 2015

    What does a transformative, earth-honouring Christianity look like at ground level, lived out in daily action? Reforms of personal habits – such as recycling and eating locally and shopping responsibly – are important steps.

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    How to love the foreigner among you

    Saturday, August 1, 2015

    Shediac, N.B., is home to hundreds of migrant workers (mostly Filipino) who work in the local fish, crab and lobster plants. The community has no government services specifically for immigrants…

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    How to draw great stories from short-termers

    Saturday, August 1, 2015

    You’ve probably been on both sides of this scenario. A person returns from a cross-cultural learning and ministry experience. “Welcome back! How was your trip?”…

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“Irrational Generosity” blesses schools

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Members of Chilliwack’s Main Street Church know what it means to give. At press time, not only have they pledged or given $630,000 toward a million-dollar expansion to the church building in downtown Chilliwack, they also contributed “over the top” to provide playground equipment for two elementary schools in their neighbourhood.

Investing in farmers keeps kids in school

Juliette, the eldest daughter of Olipa Tembo and her husband Dickson Nkata, came home from school early one day. She was crying. The child, who would have been about eight at the time, had walked the four kilometres to the local school, only to have the teacher promptly send her home again. The family had not yet paid her school fees — mandatory in the public school system in Zambia.

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Watershed discipleship

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What does a transformative, earth-honouring Christianity look like at ground level, lived out in daily action? Reforms of personal habits – such as recycling and eating locally and shopping responsibly – are important steps.

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Walking with God and each other

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In his Friendship Group at the Mennonite World Conference assembly, Francis Ojwang found that getting to know fellow believers from distant places brought an unexpected blessing.

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Go gentle into that good night

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The intricacies of science fiction movies tend to make my brain short-circuit. Interstellar was one such film for me. However, what caught my attention wasn’t the space stations…

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grass

Watershed discipleship

Friday, August 14, 2015

What does a transformative, earth-honouring Christianity look like at ground level, lived out in daily action? Reforms of personal habits – such as recycling and eating locally and shopping responsibly – are important steps.

Aug-Cover

August issue 2015

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Contents of the August issue 2015

How-to-header

How to love the foreigner among you

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Shediac, N.B., is home to hundreds of migrant workers (mostly Filipino) who work in the local fish, crab and lobster plants. The community has no government services specifically for immigrants…

How-to-header

How to draw great stories from short-termers

Saturday, August 1, 2015

You’ve probably been on both sides of this scenario. A person returns from a cross-cultural learning and ministry experience. “Welcome back! How was your trip?”…