“Now I Can See a Future”

Nadzieja is serving a five-year prison sentence. “You might think that’s a long time,” she says. “But, if I wasn’t in prison, I would surely be dead by now.” Born into a happy family, Nadzieja loved and trusted her parents. That is, until they began partying with their new neighbours. “When my parents were drunk,…

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Clear Vision

You make it possible for young leaders to receive the training and Bibles they need to minister to Canadian children. Jeremy shares his leadership journey: “Graduating from university earlier this year I thought that I had a clear vision for how my summer, and my future, would turn out. I envisioned a job in my…

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Giving Forward

Angela’s best friend first invited her to join a children’s Bible club in 2013, when she was 12 years old. She loved it! She never missed a meeting, and looked for every opportunity to assist the leaders. With encouragement from the leaders she was helping, Angela enrolled in the teacher mentorship program, training to teach…

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Heavenly Inheritance

Dani was a Buddhist nun in Myanmar. She was collecting offerings in her community when someone put a Christian tract in her offering bowl. Even though she had an eye problem, Dani read the tract and learned that Jesus died for her. She knew that a Burmese pastor funded through Bible League Canada had come…

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Captives Help Captors Find Freedom

Rosalino, a member of the Quichua people from Ecuador, felt called to serve a remote village in the Andes Mountains, where people had lived in poverty for generations. After completing discipleship training, he and fellow church planter, Diego, travelled to the village. Reaching the village, Rosalino and Diego began sharing their faith. Soon they were…

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Building Life through Literacy

As a child, Balraj’s parents were too poor to send him to school. He spent his days working instead of learning to read and write. He remembers peering into the schoolhouse while the other children studied, desperately longing to go to school too. But it never happened. In a few short years, Balraj was married…

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Love and Acceptance

As a young child in Eastern Europe, Eldina watched as alcohol and drug abuse tore her family and home apart. Eldina went to live with her grandparents, who loved her dearly, but she felt a deep sadness not feeling wanted by her own parents. As she grew up, the pain inside was also growing. When…

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One Meeting Changes Everything

Caroline felt like she could never meet her family’s expectations. “They criticized me, telling me I would never achieve anything,” she says. “So, I reacted by cutting myself, going to parties, doing drugs, and making trouble with boys.” “I decided to go to college in the city and leave my family and troubles behind. My…

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One Moment of Clarity

In Uganda, Nabunya is a master trainer for Children’s Ministry volunteer teachers. Just over four months ago, he graduated a class of volunteers that is now leading Children’s Bible Clubs in the Rhino Refugee Camp in Uganda. “I am truly blessed to have been part of the training. This session had different dynamics and settings…

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