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2018|10 – Fall LEAD Event – Leadership in this Cultural Moment

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For those of us who find ourselves privileged to pastor a church community, it is imperative that we continue to grow and learn and develop our leadership potential. The Be In Christ Church of Canada is committed to your leadership development. Our new strategic plan has two major initiatives; one of those initiatives is a vision to see our pastors …

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Partner Focus: Nicaragua Support Visit

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Over the past number of decades, the Be in Christ Church of Canada has had a close relationship with our sisters and brothers in Nicaragua. Over the years, multiple Canadians have served as global workers in Nicaragua and our churches have partnered with the Nicaraguan church in constructing buildings, training and various ministry events like Kids Summer Bible School, etc. …

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“Sharing in Fellowship” – Becoming A Unified Church

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Over the past week I have experienced the wonder and beauty of sharing in fellowship with like-minded people. It is an experience that fills one’s soul when people of like mind gather together in community. In mid-September over a hundred pastors met together for a “staff meeting”, lunch and pastoral cluster groups. Together we learned, talked, fellowshipped and prayed. While each pastor serves in different contexts, …

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Partner Focus: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Learning Team

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I (Todd) have the great privilege of participating in a Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) learning tour and representing the Be In Christ Church of Canada as an invested partner. My wife (Kim) is leading the learning tour in her role as Associate Executive at Mennonite Central Committee Ontario (MCCO). The trip is with some key compassion ministry leaders from The …

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Summer Book Club – Sharing some First Nations perspectives

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We recently had the opportunity to visit some some of the First Nations Reserves of Treaty 4 in Saskatchewan near Regina. We were able to hear a little about their own experiences with some of the questions raised in “The Inconvenient Indian” by Thomas King. We asked the community leaders that we had connections with to share some of their …