Describing the world as “a powder keg” that feels “more afraid and fragile” than it ever has, British musician and activist David Blower said that he believes the Jonah story and its radical lesson of “enemy-love” has something to say into this moment of history. Blower believes that we were given Jonah so we could stand with him and be shocked by God’s mercy on tyrants and ask ourselves, “To whom do we need to go to find the image of God?” For this we don’t need to go to Iraq. As Gritter observed, none of us is lacking a practise field.
On January 13, 2017, Abbotsford Christian School hosted a “Learning Revolution” event to address the need for significant educational reform across our nation. The event featured world-renowned speaker Sir Ken Robinson, an internationally recognized authority on innovation and creativity in education.Login to View
“We have a very caring community. The best security we can offer in our community is relationships.”
Joe Gunn examines the role Christians have played in the in the turbulent history of health care in Canada.
“Let’s ensure that all live well and die well.” Physician Naheed Dosani gave his audience this challenge at a TEDx event in Stouffville, Ontario last year. “Let’s ensure that everyone has a dignified death. It is often said that the best way to judge a society is by how it treats its most vulnerable.”Login to View
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