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Choosing What To Leave Behind

Choosing What To Leave Behind

I can faintly recall as a child preparing to go on a road trip with my family, determined to bring every toy I owned along for the trip. Only to have my hopes tarnished by my mother saying “choose one to bring and leave the rest”. At seven years old this was absurd....

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Misinterpreting the Mess

Misinterpreting the Mess

As a parent to a toddler, it’s endearing to walk into your kitchen only to find that your child has raided the bag of flour and decided to redecorate the room and the dog leaving quite a disaster. We look at it as a season where they’re growing and learning their...

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It’s not enough..

It’s not enough..

The church is an ever-changing organism. Through different seasons and climates it grows and fluctuates or shrinks back to its original mass. It sustains and maintains or it adapts to culture and adopts new methods. With a system that is constantly evolving, what...

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Maintaining Kingdom Culture in Crisis

Maintaining Kingdom Culture in Crisis

When was the last time a crisis happened? Maybe your tire blew out on the highway, your basement flooded or relationships were on the rocks. A crisis has the ability to bring our true character to the surface. This goes for us individually and for the sake of this...

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Owning Your Lane

Owning Your Lane

As a Pastor, leader or communicator you’ve probably been there, where you wake up, hit your news feed and after a couple of scrolls through other ministries one-liners you begin to feel more and more deflated about the last time you took the stage. Initiate...

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How To Reach Both Camps

How To Reach Both Camps

Without a doubt, we are living in very dividing times. Left wing versus right wing, inclusion against segregation and more recently, compliant civilians over anti-maskers. This division is rampant in the community, and since our churches are our communities, it is in...

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Sooner, Smaller, Safer: Our Three-Phase Reopening Plan

Sooner, Smaller, Safer: Our Three-Phase Reopening Plan

Recently, our government released a three-phase plan to gradually reopen our province. We as churches were fortunate to have been included in Phase 1 and while we are excited about the prospect of gathering in person again, we want to move forward with the utmost...

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3 Ways to Engage Your Volunteers to Serve During Isolation

3 Ways to Engage Your Volunteers to Serve During Isolation

With church being totally online and no one attending in our buildings, one of the biggest gaps we have noticed is getting volunteers involved who would have regularly served during our weekly services. Parking lot and coffee bar attendants don’t exactly translate to...

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