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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Christianity has been condemned in Myanmar for years, and religious persecution continues to this day. Christianity has even been nick-named the “C-Virus” by the military in Myanmar. Churches are unable to register and are considered illegal, and over 3,000 villages have been destroyed during the past ten years. Those who identify as Christian are also…

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Trust exercises are designed to help build confidence among colleagues, family members, ministry partners, etc., as they force people to trust others despite previous relationships and interactions. In engaging in trust exercises, individuals can begin to consider other people’s strengths and talents and dispel the belief that they cannot be trusted. It takes time to…

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In countries around the world, Christians are facing religious persecution. Millions of Christians are being judged, tortured and even killed for their love of God, making praying, reading the Bible and worshiping with fellow believers difficult to do. Every day proves to be a struggle, and for many people the scriptures are their only source…

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God is closer to us than we could ever know. He knows what we need before we even need it, but that does not mean that we do not have to pray to Him. God wants us to call out to Him, and speak to Him without ceasing because He loves talking to His children.…

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Christianity Today, in its most recent issue, has an in-depth review of the Kingdom-building work going on in India and as labeled it as “The World’s Most Vibrant Christward Movement”. You are a part of the movement by supporting Bible League Canada and the work we do in India, bringing the Living Word of God…

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The Amhara region is called home by approximately 17 million people, who have experienced incredible economic and political disasters over the years. In addition to overcoming a genocide known as the red terror, that killed over five hundred thousand people in a short time, the Amharic peoples have faced a crippling war against Eritrea. Their…

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At the request of the Filipino Government, we run Bible classes in the public schools of the Abra province. We have reached 186 schools so far. But we still have 187 schools – and 10,000 children – to go! We continue to receive amazingly uplifting testimonies from the students, teachers and parents…such as the ones below:…

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Earlier this summer, it was announced by the Kremlin that Russian religious groups would no longer be able to worship or meet outside of the church as of July 20th. Since this announcement, people have called for the law to be revoked, but it still stands. Christians are now facing religious persecution throughout Russia, and are…

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