Jesus Died for Me

Jesus Died for Me Stats Canada Infographic

My name is Trevor. I’m currently serving time for impaired driving. As a kid, I never felt like I belonged. My mom and I were physically abused by my stepfather. I used to pee my pants when I was little, and my stepfather made fun of me and had me sit on the toilet for…

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Praying for Canada’s First People’s

As we continue to pray about the mission field we call “Canada”, we become increasingly aware of areas of “gap” in Gospel awareness. The Canadian evangelical church is largely a white, middle-class, and English-speaking movement. You may have heard fellow Christians mourning this reality. Sometimes these voices come from cynicism toward the church, but most…

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Changed heart at camp

[From Canada] This past summer, at Conestoga Bible Camp, one 13-year-old camper arrived at camp clearly stating that she did not believe anything in the Bible. Through her week at camp she became more  interested in the stories from the Bible and began to talk during the lessons. She even asked for a Bible of her own to be able…

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Introducing the Love of Christ to Inmates

Dear Bible League Canada, God has become so real to me lately. Not only am I experiencing His loving grace and guidance in my own life, but others are being drawn to Him as well. Yesterday, when I went to court, I was in a holding cell with a guy I’ve never met who looked…

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