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Consecration: A Seed for Revolution

Consecration is the groundwork needed to receive a fuller revelation of Jesus and surrender to JesusRead more Read more...

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Is Multiculturalism "bad" for the church?

Should local churches strive for a multicultural make-up?Read more Read more...

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Introducing the Call to Consecration

As a Christian, what does it mean to live the surrendered life?Read more Read more...

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Event Recap: "Experiencing New Vitality Through the Ancient Art of Hospitality"

Hospitality is one of fundamental spiritual practices of the Christian life and the Ancient Art of HospitalityRead more Read more...

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Mission Central: Update on Name Change

From Missions Fest Vancouver to Mission Central: resources, events and networks with the goal of helping us all grow as missional disciples.Read more Read more...

Mission Resource

Mission Resource Tutorial

Don't know how to engage in Christ's mission? Here are some resources to get startedRead more Read more...

Event Recap

"Jesus at Work" Picnic

God’s calling for our lives helps us to close the gap between the sacred and secular areas of our lives.Read more Read more...

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Unity, Relationship and the Future of Mission – Part 2

How we can increase engagement in our missional communities? It’s been said that the future of mission is in networks, in unity and in relationshipsRead more Read more...

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Leaving a Legacy

What does it mean to leave a legacy? Leaving a legacy when you're gone to serve the KingdomRead more Read more...

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Altar Vision: Surrender

Thoughts on living a life of surrender.Read more Read more...

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Update from Missions Fest International

Missions Fest conferences continue to make an impact around the world.Read more Read more...

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Keep Calm: It's Ordinary (Time) Rush

Discipleship is challenging in Western urban societies where relationships tend to be cordial, but distant and weak.Read more Read more...

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Unity, Relationship and the Future of Mission - Part 1

How do unity, relationship, and the characteristics of Millennials interact for a hope filled future of mission?Read more Read more...

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Eric Liddell's Lasting Olympic Impact on Chinese Culture

For Eric, the 1924 Olympics was just a brief diversion on his way to serve as a missionary in China....Read more Read more...

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Help us Connect a New Generation to God’s Work in the World

Our goal is a surplus that will help us to see the Gospel preached and God glorified all over the earth!Read more Read more...

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Pentecost as a Vow Renewal

Pentecost was the vow of renewal and it invites a re-dedication to God’s Word in the power of the Holy Spirit.Read more Read more...

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Why Local and Global Missions Need Each Other

"God has been in the business of pushing his people out of their current context and sending them into the wider world."Read more Read more...

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Easter: Breaking the Vicious Cycle of Social Isolation

How do we break the cycle of social isolation?Read more Read more...

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A Transition Toolbox

For when you look like a local but don't FEEL like a localRead more Read more...

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Peter’s Letter to Canadian Christians

To the friends living in the colonized lands of the Salish, Mi’kmaq & Innu. This is Peter, follower of the poor Christ..Read more Read more...

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The Missing Link

Why, in a nation with freedom of religion, is the church not flourishing & making a significant impact on our society?Read more Read more...

Mission Resource

5 Transitions to Participate as Senders in God’s Global Mission

These five transitions have proven effective for churches to make an impact as missionary sending churches.Read more Read more...

Mission Resource

WEA Mission Commission

WEA Mission Commission is a platform for multi-cultural voices to advance God’s mission.Read more Read more...

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Lent: Secret yet Seen

Lent is not a season to wallow in guilt but to examine our motives and aim to return to an undivided love for God.Read more Read more...