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638 HAS GOD GOT YOUR ATTENTION YET? Amos 4:10 I have sent among you the pestilence after the manner of Egypt: your young men have I slain with the sword, and have taken away your horses; and I have made the stink of your camps to come up unto your nostrils: yet have ye not returned unto me, saith the LORD. This world is NOT made up of white men, black men, red men, yellow men, brown men but it IS made up of HUMENS. WE are all the same; every HUMAN on this earth has their life in their RED BLOOD, we live on the SAME EARTH, breath the SAME AIR, share the SAME CHARACTERISTICS, have the SAME EMOTIONS, HOPES, and DREAMS. Leviticus 17:11 For the life of the flesh is in the blood: and I have given it to you upon the altar to make an atonement for your souls: for it is the blood that maketh an atonement for the soul. WE were ALL CREATED by the SAME GOD, made in His image to LOVE and HONOUR HIM. Genesis 1:27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. God has not failed us by allowing war, destruction, famine, drought, pestilence AND DISEASE. WE have FAILED GOD by CREATING these horrible things. How has God created us, you ask, and how have we created these horrible things about us? Every artist puts their creation on a medium. A painter uses a canvass, a sculpture uses a pliable material, a singer uses air, etc. God used the earth to put His creation on. Every artist uses tools to create their work; the painter uses paint and brushes, the sculpture uses a hammer and chisels, the singer uses their voice and muscles and so on. God uses recreation, by various means, to create His masterpiece; seeds, roots, water, sunlight, and MALE and FEMALE. WE are not only God’s creation, but WE are the means God uses to RECREATE His creation. Genesis 4:1 And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD. How have WE created all the horrible things in this world? Romans 5:12 Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned: Yes, even over those who seem to be good. Romans 5:14 Nevertheless death reigned from Adam to Moses, even over them that had not sinned after the similitude of Adam's transgression, who is the figure of him that was to come. Why? Because we are ALL ONE FLESH and are required to CARE FOR EACH OTHER. 1 Corinthians 15:39 All flesh is not the same flesh: but there is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of beasts, another of fishes, and another of birds. Galatians 5:13 For, brethren, ye have been called unto liberty; only use not liberty for an occasion to the flesh, but by love serve one another. Galatians 5:14 For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. God allows us to be consumed by our sicknesses and hatred in the hopes that we will realize OUR NEED FOR HIM and return to a right relationship with Him, OUR CREATOR. Isaiah 30:15 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not. We are killing each other and dying because of OUR WAY OF THINKING and OUR WAY OF LIVING. Isaiah 66:17 They that sanctify themselves, and purify themselves in the gardens behind one tree in the midst, eating swine's flesh, and the abomination, and the mouse, shall be consumed together, saith the LORD. We are relying on scientists and politicians to save us from this mess we are in but the methods they are prescribing have already been prescribed by God for our health. Wash your hands; Leviticus 15:11 And whomsoever he toucheth that hath the issue, and hath not rinsed his hands in water, he shall wash his clothes, and bathe himself in water, and be unclean until the even. Separate from those who are sick (isolate); Leviticus 15:31 Thus shall ye separate the children of Israel from their uncleanness; that they die not in their uncleanness, when they defile my tabernacle that is among them. If we truly care for each other, we will get back to God, His word, His ways, His truth, His salvation, HIM. If we don’t, we are His creation and HE CAN DO WITH US WHAT HE WANTS. Proverbs 26:2 As the bird by wandering, as the swallow by flying, so the curse causeless shall not come. God loves us and WANTS US TO BE IN HEALTH, but it is better to suffer and die here and live in God’s kingdom than to live here and go to our death in our judgement day. Ezekiel 18:23 Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked should die? saith the Lord GOD: and not that he should return from his ways, and live?
Please pray for one of the women who wrote in to be mentored. She said she doesn't want to live anymore. She has a degenerative disease that will leave her a vegetable and her husband is dying of brain cancer. She is not a believer. Thank you.
Canada's federal NDP party is obviously tone deaf. They have appropriated your name Power to Change for their climate action program: https://www.ndp.ca/power-to-change Is it time to challenge their strategy?
WHAT IS HOLINESS IN SIMPLE EXPLANATION. Holiness is the nature and character of God manifested to us through the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Holiness. Holiness, or Sanctification is the process of God's grace sanctifying (making holy) a person who was justified and regenerated (1 Cor. 6:11; Titus 3:5). Holiness or Sanctification is God's perfect will for all Christians (Rom.12:1-2; 1Thes.4:1-7). God ordained His people to bear fruit, and this includes maturity through sanctification. Holiness is BOTH consecration to God and separation from the world and all sins,it is always a command by God to man (Titus 2:11-12; 1 Peter 1:15-16; Matthew 5:48; 2Cor.5:17). Without Holiness, no man shall see the Lord (Mat.5:8; Heb.12:14; Rev. 22:10-12). God requires Holiness better than spiritual gifts, and is actually the basis of God's moving in the life of a person or church (Joshua 3:5; Matthew 7:21-23). Holiness is both partaking of God's divine nature through the Holy Ghost (2 Peter 1:4), and the actual decision of man to submit to God's control (Rom.12:1). Therefore, a Christian is expected to leave sin and worldliness in pursuit of God's holiness. Separation from sin, wickedness, and worldliness is both a principle of Holiness and a command to obey (2 Cor.6:14-18; James 4:4; 1 John 2:15-16). If a Christian is truly living in the principles of the Bible concerning Holiness, then he will practically obey the standards of God's Word that pertains to holy, righteous, and godly living which includes moral standards, standards of godly clothing and adornment, and prohibition of worldly lifestyles and fashion. Holiness affects all areas and aspects of our lives, including our thoughts, words, actions, dress, lifestyles, relationships, and our outlook in life. In short, Holiness is both inward transformation toward Christ-like character and outward transformation that is different from the ways of the world and unbelievers. That's Holiness.
Hi Terri, this is me. can you please invite me into your website or I am in already? not too sure. Anita Doo
Hello I would like to work with you.
Proclaim the Significance of the Birth of Jesus Christ Many will be considering preaching on, and teaching, and speaking about, the birth of Jesus Christ over these next few days. We turn from Galatians, for a few weeks, to Luke Chapter 2. There is so much nonsense spoken at this December time of the year - that it is good and right to recall the biblical scriptural account of what took place – and we all need to know what took place, when God the Father sent Jesus into our world. We do need to remember too, that Jesus was not born in December, but more likely during the Feast of Tabernacles, in September or October. In Luke Chapter 2, we read of a ruler issuing a decree. Everyone in the Roman Empire is to be registered. Caesar Augustus orders a census, and this involves all the heads of households - all the men folks - to go to their own cities. For Joseph, that means an 80 mile journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem. Jesus had to be born in Bethlehem. Some 700 years previously prophets had proclaimed that, but how can it be arranged? It is very difficult to arrange your own birth! God uses the most unlikely person to have Mary and Joseph where He needs them to be. Mary went with Joseph. She did not have to go. Why does Mary make that long hazardous arduous journey, just a few days before giving birth to Jesus Christ, the Son of God? Why? Well, Mary would have been ostracised. If dear Joseph had left Mary in Nazareth there would have been no-one with her. She would be shunned by the community. This young pregnant girl who claimed to be a virgin would have been regarded as an outcast. We have the arrangement for the confinement – the announcement – and the acceptance. Joseph knew that the living God was doing something beautiful and wonderful. Matthew gives us the details and background. They make their way to Bethlehem - which means ‘house of bread’ - so that the Bread of Life can be born, in accordance with the Word of God. When they arrive, Joseph tries to get a room. Bethlehem is crowded. It is full of men who have come from the census. Joseph continues to seek a room - some space where his beloved Mary can give birth to this special child. At that time there were two words used for a hotel - one meant a five star hotel - the other meant a one star. It is at the one star ‘hotel’ where Joseph makes his enquiries. All that he is offered is a place alongside the animals. You could reasonably compare it with a shelter in a pub car park. If we are to recapture the real atmosphere, that is where, in modern language, Jesus Christ, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, was born. He came down to such a world as this, and was born in a backyard. Verse 7. Mary gives birth to Jesus. She took the child and wrapped him in strips of cloth – ‘medical bandages’ are the words used. Remember this is being written by a medical doctor. Doctors can be so sceptical when it comes to miracles, and God has all this told to, and by, a doctor. He must have asked Mary some years later, because we know Mary pondered upon all these matters. "Tell me Mary. Tell me the details of the conception and the confinement." How else would we have this account? He must have had a wonderful bedside manner, and a good listener, to elicit all this information from Mary. She lays Jesus in an animals feeding trough. Note - she did it - there is no other woman present to help - no midwife to wash the baby and wrap him up cosily and hand him over to mother. Mary does it all in such unusual surroundings. We have dressed up the facts to make them more acceptable and respectable. God didn't! Neither did Luke! Not very far away are some shepherds. Shepherds at this time were regarded as among the lowest of the low. They were mistrusted rogues. No shepherd was allowed to give evidence in court at this time. They were not trusted. They were like night watchmen. Yet, God the Father said to the angels – "Go to these shepherds and announce the birth of My Son." God wanted people to know, just as today we place an intimation in the newspaper. God is sending this Good News from the highest to the lowest. The announcement is so simple - but vital words are used. Today - in the city of David - a Saviour has been born to you - He is Christ the Lord. This is where David used to work and look after sheep, and write Psalms. This is where the great King David was once a shepherd. Now in one little baby there is a shepherd and a lamb - the Good Shepherd - and the Lamb of God - who is to take away the sin of the world. Bethlehem is only six miles south of Jerusalem, and from the surrounding fields sheep were bred for slaughter in the Temple at Jerusalem. Thirty three years later the Lamb of God, the Good Shepherd, was to be slain in Jerusalem - slaughtered - crucified - despised and rejected by men - shedding blood to take away sin. Verse 16. The shepherds went and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby, just as the angel had said. When they had seen Jesus they went around Bethlehem, and told everything. They spoke about what God was doing. They shared everything. They didn't keep this to themselves, but openly testified. Verse 18. Some were amazed at what these shepherds were saying. Some wondered - can all this be true? For many it was just a passing interest. Verse 19. Mary reveals something different. She treasured up all these things. She pondered over all that had happened. She was holding onto what was good and real and true. For Mary it was NOT going to be all over as soon as dawn came. Mary's heart is filled with joy and peace. She continued to think on the meaning of what had happened. Some years later it was Mary who must have told Dr. Luke all these very intimate details. For many in Bethlehem it was only of passing interest. For Mary, she pondered, and as we see the shepherds for the final time, they are praising God for all they had seen and heard. What does this familiar passage mean to you? Each part of the Word of God calls for reaction and response, and our individual answer is eternally important. Will this make you ponder? Will this lead you to praise? Or, will it just be a passing interest? “Loving God - Reveal to me what really happened. May all this never become a passing interest in my life, but let me understand something further of the wonder and mystery of your grace. Help me to ponder the glorious truth, and give thanks for what I have experienced. I praise You and I worship You.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous pieces may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org. in the 'Archives' section - warmest greetings in Christ Jesus.)

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Operating as usual

“I used to believe that my worth and value only came from what I could prove to others and the world.

This led me to a dark place every time I didn’t ‘measure up’ to what I thought I should be or could be. It was also very crippling in my development as a person, and I struggled a lot with anxiety and low self-esteem.

But Jesus’ love transformed me.

His love does not come with ‘strings’, and it does not require me to prove myself to Him. Instead, Jesus invites me to accept His grace, His love, and His forgiveness and allow the work of the Holy Spirit to change and transform me through following Him.

Jesus’ love starts from a place of knowing you have inherent value and worth and experiencing that love as you open yourself up to a relationship with Him.

Discovering my true value and worth in Jesus, and rooting my identity firmly in Him and not in what I can prove to others and the world, has been a transformative way of life.

I have felt more free than ever before, experienced love and been able to love more abundantly, and been able to exercise my gifts and passions with purpose without being crippled by fear. Through Jesus' love, I am made new.” - Monica, P2C Staff with Digital Strategies

“True discipleship involves deep relationships. Jesus lived life with His disciples and taught through actions as well as words.” - Francis Chan

What else does ‘true discipleship’ involve? Here are some of our thoughts!

Trust
Humility
Sacrifice
Willingness
Commitment
Vulnerability
Authenticity

Which do you resonate with? Comment below👇

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“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.”

Matthew 5:14-16

Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties.

Does resilience matter as a disciple of Jesus?

Scripture tells us that our sufferings produce perseverance, which produces character, and ultimately hope. Though we face difficulties, we can recover and become stronger through the power of Jesus. From this place of strength we have the ability to pour into the lives of others, from the deeply rooted trust and hope we’ve grown to know.

Take a moment to reflect — where have you seen evidence of this in your own journey with God?

Imagine a world where water poverty is eradicated through the power of the gospel and human flourishing is restored. A day when people no longer have to struggle to find safe water and instead experience the fullness of life that John 10:10 talks about.

This is the vision of GAiN’s Water for Life Initiative.

Global Aid Network (GAiN) Canada was recently able to provide Woria, a village in Benin, with a deep-capped water well, right in front of the village health centre. Health professionals at the clinic witnessed how quickly access to clean water impacted the health of this community. They reported that cases of water-related disease drastically decreased and the health of the population greatly improved.

Not only is clean water improving health, but after receiving the well, 137 people in the community attended a hygiene and sanitation training to help stop the spread of diseases. GAiN’s partnership with the local church enabled 269 people to attend a showing of the JESUS film. Of those, 12 people made the decision to follow Jesus and seven attended a follow up!

No longer do the people of Woria have to struggle to find safe water. Women and children’s physical, emotional, and spiritual health are flourishing and they are able to live up to their God-given purpose for them.

Learn more about our humanitarian partner, GAiN, and their Water for Life Initiative at their virtual event on Oct 14 and 15! You’ll hear stories of impact from their COVID response, celebrate the restarting of regular field activity, and learn about the future vision to eradicate water poverty through the power of the gospel and restore human flourishing.

Register via our link in bio.
https://globalaidnetwork.lpages.co/wflievents/

World Mental Health Day 2020

“Tragically, there are many people in communities of faith who are suffering in silence, who are stigmatized. They feel because they have a mental diagnosis, mental illness, or mental health challenges, that they're failing as Christians, and nothing could be further from the truth.” - Dan Whitehead

Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay and throughout this past week, we’ve been doing our part to listen, share, and engage in conversations around mental health. We recognize that one day, even one week, isn’t enough. We want to continue having healthy dialogues and coming alongside others who are struggling with mental health challenges.

We recently sat down with Dan, the CEO of our new partner Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries. In our interview, he spoke about the importance of entering into the complexity of mental health conversations as a faith-based organization.

Click the link below to check out the full conversation with Dan:
https://p2c.com/blog/mental-health-matters/

FamilyLife Canada

FamilyLife Canada is partnering with Restored Ministries to offer a 10-week webinar series to help equip us to stand firm in a sexualized world and live a life of impact and purpose.

Their next webinar is this Saturday. Click below to learn more!

In this ten-week journey (Oct 3 – Dec 5), you’ll get one webinar each Saturday designed to help you walk in purity… cause your Heavenly Father wants what’s best for you and your marriage is worth it!

It's not too late to still join up. If you can't always join live, no problem. Just watch the replay afterwards.

#mentalillnessawarenessweek with Corey Porter

“The same God who gives you the power to conquer gives you the power to endure. I think that’s been my story — one of enduring, of hardship.”

In this conversation, Corey shares his journey with mental illness — how he tried to ignore it at first, until he couldn’t any longer, and how that potent realization changed how he sees himself and God.

“It really made me rediscover that my identity is in Christ, and Christ alone. When I stand before him, it’s not what I’ve done that’s granting me worthiness. I’m on a journey to discover that, but I’m much more aware of it than I used to be.”

#mentalillnessawarenessweek

Conversations about mental health have come a long way. People are feeling more comfortable sharing about their mental health journey, and it’s becoming less of a stigma in today’s society. But we still have a long way to go.⁠⠀
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As we come alongside others who live with mental health challenges, are we equipped to have conversations from a faith perspective?⁠⠀
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At P2C, we’ve partnered with Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries and they’re helping us gain a better understanding of mental health and illness through their online course. A number of our staff have already gone through it and have found it helpful in their personal lives and ministry.⁠⠀
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Sanctuary provides this 8-week online course for FREE, so if you have questions about mental health, are walking alongside someone that has mental health challenges, or just want to become more comfortable talking about mental health, be sure to check out this course. Link in bio!⁠⠀
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#mentalillnessawarenessweek with Emily Lecerf

“I am a new creation. That is something I’ve meditated on in these past few years. The fact of the matter is, even if I continue to deal with parts of [my mental health challenges], I am redeemed and I am loved and I am secure in Christ. And He reminds me of this truth regularly.”

Emily shares her experience living with anxiety and depression, and how that has impacted both her life and her ministry with Connecting Streams. She discusses her journey of healing, seeking help, admitting truths to herself, and being willing to vocalize her experience with others.

“For those who might be on a journey with people who are having mental health challenges, don’t be afraid to enter into those conversations and to support them. You don’t have to push or pry, but even just having someone there and knowing that you are there to support them or pray for them is helpful.”

#mentalillnessawarnessweek

Does Jesus really care about our mental health? How does knowing Him make a difference to the challenges we face in this area of our lives?

We invite you to consider these questions during this year’s Mental Illness Awareness Week.

We’ll be sharing stories and resources from staff and guests to help you reflect and engage further in this conversation.

If you know anyone who would be interested in learning more about faith and mental health, we invite you to share this post with them. 💙

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Exploring Christianity Online

“Have you been struggling to make meaningful connections online recently? It probably feels like you’ve had a thousand zoom calls by now, and it might feel exhausting to sign onto yet another one.

Power to Change - Students was worried about this problem as they considered ministry plans for the fall amidst the new pandemic restrictions. Though they’d run a successful Alpha Canada program before COVID-19, they weren’t sure if translating the course online for the summer would meet the needs of students or allow them to build real relationships. Would exploring Christianity online work?”

In this blog, university student Eleana shares her thoughts on the online program and how P2C-Students benefited from the new format. Click below to read more!

https://p2c.com/blog/exploring-christianity-online/

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“I was separated from my mother at the age of 5.

The feeling of insecurity and abandonment overwhelmed me and hurt me very much. I always felt like I had no place anywhere.

When I was 9 years old, I wanted to end my life. The night before I attempted suicide, I prayed, and the Lord revealed Himself to me as my father in Heaven with the heart of a mother.

His presence was palpable. Instantly the insecurity and the feeling of abandonment disappeared.

Since then, He’s healed me and revealed to me many aspects of His character. He took away the lack of love from me and filled me so much that I cannot stop loving others in return. The love of Christ overflows so much in me that I want to share it with the whole world.”

- Carole, P2C Staff with Digital Strategies Quebec

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New Partnership with Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries

We’re excited to announce that we’ve entered into a formal partnership with Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries!

Click below to learn more about why we’re partnering with Sanctuary and how their free online training course is helping us expand our conversations around mental health.

https://p2c.com/blog/new-partnership-with-sanctuary-mental-health-ministries/

p2c.com We’re excited to announce that Power to Change (P2C) has entered into a formal partnership with Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries! The need to address mental health has become very clear since the start of the pandemic, particularly for students. “This is something we cannot ignore. All univers...

The love of Jesus changes us.

We’ve been thinking about this a lot lately. We know His love changes us, but how exactly? We asked our graphic designer, Daniel Giesbrecht, to reflect on this and to create a piece of art to help you ponder the same.

How has Jesus’ love changed you?

Share with a friend and continue the conversation! ❤️️

WAIT! ✋ Don’t scroll past this today without remembering that you are treasured and loved.⁠

Wherever you are and whatever you have planned today, just know that you matter ❤️⁠
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“But because of His great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions — it is by grace you have been saved. And God raised us up with Christ and seated us with him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus.”⁠
Ephesians 2:4-7⁠

#dailyreminder

“I sometimes feel like a bad parent.⁠⠀
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It happens when I’m watching a movie or a TV show and see this beautiful moment unfold between a child and a parent. The child is facing this huge challenge, and the parent knows exactly what to say and does it full of love.⁠⠀
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Then I think about times when I’m tired and react less than graciously with my words, or decide to work on something insignificant instead of asking my daughter about her day or playing with her. I feel guilt creeping in. ⁠⠀
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Maybe I’ll do better with my younger children. ⁠⠀
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Or maybe I can choose to believe that Jesus wants me to grow in my love for others and gives me the space to do so.⁠⠀
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Jesus chose to be unloved, set aside, and rejected by humanity so that I can be loved by the Father. He took the blame for being impatient, selfish, and passive so that I can grow in love and as a parent. His love even allows me to humble myself and ask for forgiveness of my own children when needed.⁠⠀
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Remembering this gives me patience towards my own parents from when I was younger and in my own parenting now. Knowing Jesus loves me that deeply helps me grow from a position of grace and not guilt.” - Jason, P2C staff with LeaderImpact Quebec⁠⠀
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Don’t give up on 2020. Despite all the uncertainty and exhaustion from what feels like ‘the worst year ever,’ nothing has taken our Father by surprise.

Chris, our new VP of Communications, knows what it feels like to walk through uncertain times. Visit this link for a bit of his story: https://p2c.com/blog/uncertainty-about-the-future/

“The day I said yes to the love of Jesus, I felt like I was washed white as snow — brand new squeaky clean! The struggle and burden I felt within my heart and mind were now so much lighter because I realized that I was no longer alone. I gained a Father and a friend. ⁠⠀
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Although things will never be perfect, I can rest in the assurance that I don’t have to look at life in the same way. I don’t have to travel alone or carry the guilt and shame of my past. ⁠⠀
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The love of Jesus is like a light illuminating a dark room. Once that light turns on, your view of everything changes. Jesus’ love gives hope beyond my current situation. It steadies me in times of uncertainty and disruption.” - Marisa Thomas, P2C Staff⁠⠀
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LOVING OTHERS

“If anyone boasts, “I love God,” and goes right on hating his brother or sister, thinking nothing of it, he is a liar. If he won’t love the person he can see, how can he love the God he can’t see?

The command we have from Christ is blunt: Loving God includes loving people. You’ve got to love both.”

1 John 4:20-21
The Message

“I have made many plans in my life. ⁠⠀
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Plans to get a PhD, start various businesses, write tons of books, become an actress, renovate houses, and live all over the world. These plans were my safety net, my insurance policy to not have to spend too much time in the uncertainty of the present moment. ⁠⠀
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While my plans may partially stem from an imaginative mind and an entrepreneurial personality, they truly were rooted in fear. Fear of the unknown. Fear of life just happening to me. I thought that if I didn’t look out for myself, no one would. ⁠⠀
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I didn’t trust that Jesus would really come through for me. It sounded too good to be true.⁠⠀
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But the love of Jesus is patient and kind. On the other side of every leap of fear I said yes to, of every uncertainty I faced and every disappointment I was willing to press into, I found more of Jesus. ⁠⠀
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Especially this summer, in this crazy season where everyone’s plans got completely dismantled, I was reminded that I don’t need my plans to keep me safe because Jesus is already doing that. ⁠⠀
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Jesus already has the perfect plan for my life. And whatever the future may hold, I know I won’t have to face it alone. He is with me.” - Paula Sintermann, P2C staff with WHEN - Women's Heart Engaging Network⠀
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The gospel is a disruptive force meant to transform us.

We’re learning in deeper ways how Jesus’ love breaks into our cycles of brokenness to bring healing, freedom, and hope — changing everything.

We read examples of this all throughout scripture. We see it in the lives of the people we meet everyday through our ministries.

Do you believe that the gospel has the power to disrupt and transform your life?
Your community?
Or even your nation?

If not, what do you think holds you back from believing this?

It’s hard to see others grieving! It hurts even more when that person is someone you really care about. ⁠⠀
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If you’re walking alongside someone that’s grieving today, know this…they need your support now more than ever. Don’t give up!⁠⠀
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We hope these tips help you as you walk alongside those experiencing loss right now. ⁠⠀
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Did you find this valuable? Share it with someone who might find it beneficial too!

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Shoutout to Anita from Connecting Streams' Ministry for sharing these tips with us!

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#mentalillnessawarenessweek with Corey Porter
World Mental Health Day 2020
#mentalillnessawarenessweek with Emily Lecerf
Happy Indigenous Peoples Day!
P2C's 5 questions about mental health with a student.
Restore my soul.

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At Power to Change, we’re wholeheartedly committed to telling people about Jesus. It is His example that we follow, and His exhortation that spurs us on. “Go and make disciples of all nations.” Our work began on university campuses across Canada in 1967. Today, we serve among students, marketplace leaders, athletes, families and others to help people meet Jesus – and at the same time, equip Christians to share their faith. Jesus calls us all to go. Let’s go together.
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9096 Trattle Street
Langley, V2Y 1N5

A church that anybody will love to attend, not just a church for churched people. We are a network partner with North Point Community Church. We meet Sundays at the Langley Fine Arts School in Fort Langley, BC at 10:00am.

City Collective Church City Collective Church
20441 Grade Crescent
Langley, V3A 4J8

Visit citycollective.ca for more information

Heavenly Worship Centre Langley Heavenly Worship Centre Langley
20535-B Douglas Crescent
Langley, V3A 4B6

A great place to dig into God's word worship and praise the king of kings, Come as you are. hwconline.org

Riverside Calvary Chapel Riverside Calvary Chapel
#8-20178 96th Ave.
Langley, V1M 0B2

Riverside is a non-denominational Calvary Chapel church committed to delivering the good news of new life in Jesus Christ to our community and the world.

Vancouver Temple- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Vancouver Temple- Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
20370 82 Ave
Langley, V2Y 2A9

This is an Unofficial Page for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints temple in Langley, BC, dedicated to the Lord Jesus Christ.

Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, Langley, BC Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, Langley, BC
20097 72 Ave.
Langley, V2Y 1S7

We worship each Sunday at 10 am with Sunday School at 9 am September to May. A congregation of the BC Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada.

Langley Canadian Reformed Church Langley Canadian Reformed Church
21804 52nd Avenue
Langley, V2Y 1L3

The Canadian Reformed Church of Langley, BC is a community of Christians dedicated to preaching the Gospel of our risen Saviour Jesus Christ, and living our lives motivated by His example of love.

Christianity Explored Langley Christianity Explored Langley
21804 52nd Avenue
Langley, V2Y 1L3

Who is Jesus? Why did he come? What does it mean to follow him? Eight Friday evenings Jan-Mar and Oct-Nov, for people curious about Christianity to ask questions in a welcoming environment.

Willoughby Heights Canadian Reformed Church Willoughby Heights Canadian Reformed Church
7949 202 A Street
Langley, V2Y 18W

The heartbeat of our congregational life is our weekly worship services. Each Sunday we gather to praise and worship God who created us and made us His own

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