Kim shares her story as an ultra marathon runner and the Spiritual lessons she has learnt on her journeys.

How do you feel when someone calls you by name? Everyone likes to hear their name. Imagine visiting a church and on the second visit, someone we met the previous week calls us by name. We would feel noticed, remembered, and welcome! Learning names shows our interest in guests. We are actively getting acquainted with them beyond what their faces look like. It’s…

“For we did not follow cunningly devised fables when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of His majesty.” 2 Peter 1:16

There is a well-loved song that many churches use during their welcoming time. The lyrics are: Smile Everybody smile, everybody smile, everybody smile Smile Everybody smile, everybody smile, everybody smile Let us greet somebody in Jesus’ name Let us tell them that we love them in Jesus’ name We’ll tell them we can work together…

“There is nothing that Satan fears so much as that the people of God shall clear the way by removing every hindrance, so that the Lord can pour out His Spirit upon a languishing church and an impenitent congregation”. Selected Messages, Book 1 pp124

This statement helps to shift our perspective. It’s easier to lay claim to a small part of the church building rather than the whole. Where are some areas that we like to take ownership? Perhaps in the sanctuary. We can grow accustomed to sitting in particular sections week after week, year after year. We may feel…

God is a God of Love but also a God of Justice. Werner brings us the story of the flood and also evidences to prove that it did happen.

In June, we hosted a Guest Care workshop with Pastor Lynn Ripley. This session provided us with techniques to make our church more welcoming, especially for our guests. In addition to our own greeters and church family, some members from Transcona SDA Church joined us as well. Pastor Lynn kept the session fun and interactive. There…

Stephanie shared with us with real meaning Micah 6:8 “…And what does the Lord require of you, But to do justly, To love mercy, And to walk humbly with your God?”

We concluded our series this past Wednesday evening. After weighing the pros and cons of God’s ideal against an opposing ideal during the first eleven weeks, this final study outlined ‘Steps for Overcoming Sin’. The information was divided into three parts: A) Be prepared. Fortify our relationship with Jesus. Temptations will come to us repeatedly. However, we…

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