Posts from November 2017

If Jesus Lived in My Neighborhood

One of the biggest struggles churches and other organizations have is finding volunteers to do many of the tasks required. In churches, it usually revolves around teaching Sunday school or working with youth. Other organizations have problems getting people to take time out of their busy schedules to help at bingos, casino nights or at…

Announcement: 11/26/2017

The 57th Canada Chinese Christian Winter Conference is taking place at the Downtown Westin Hotel on December 27-31, 2017. For more information, please visit http://www.cccwc.info/ Break Forth One [Jan 26-28, 2018]: Full registration for Early Bird is now available, the deadline for registration is November 30th. The individual rate for early bird is $229 per…

Finding an Oasis in Middle of the Desert

This past weekend, pastors from around western Canada gathered in Canmore Alberta for a retreat. They call the gathering Oasis and it is meant to be a time for relaxing and fellowship for the shepherds of the churches in our convention. In geography, an oasis is an isolated area in a desert, typically surrounding a spring…

Announcement: 11/19/2017

The 57th Canada Chinese Christian Winter Conference is taking place at the Downtown Westin Hotel on December 27-31, 2017. For more information, please visit http://www.cccwc.info/ Break Forth One [Jan 26-28, 2018]: Full registration for Early Bird is now available, the deadline for registration is November 30th. The individual rate for early bird is $229 per…

Sacrifice and Worship

Recent trends in the church have included the move towards social justice. I believe this is a very important shift in the focus and ministry of the church. From what I have seen though is this movement has been motivated more by perceived needs of the world and the culture’s own move towards causes rather…