When mud is thrown at someone, the focus is the person at the receiving end. The recipient usually ends up dirty or tarnished, because the intention of the mud-thrower is to mess up someone else. The statement in the image focuses on how the mud-thrower is devastated by their actions rather than can happen to the…

What does it take to have a healthy growing church family. Elder Ripley speaks about the foundations and pillars needed for a growing church.

What does Jesus mean to you. Members share their walk with Jesus through Prayer, Songs and Testimonies.

A call for prayer went out last Wednesday, September 13. Elder David Ripley, President of the Manitoba-Saskatchewan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and its respective pastoral search committee have been actively seeking a senior pastor for Henderson Highway Church. Earlier this year, they welcomed our feedback to best determine our needs. Armed with this knowledge and the…

Our final idea in the Practicing Hospitality series is: be willing to walk. This sounds daunting, considering the briskness of Winnipeg’s chillier seasons. However, there are a number of ways where we can willingly walk in caring for our guests. In our parking lot, if we’re physically able, fill the furthest spots first. Leave the closer…

Pastor Wesley look at the life of Jesus, highlighting the fact that show that Jesus was intentional, intuitive and isolated during His ministry here on earth.

When saying goodbye to a guest, it’s simple to say, ‘Thank you for being here. We’d love to have you come again!’ As an afterthought, we may regretfully express ‘Oh, I should have invited our guests back’. Let’s move this concept to the forefront of our minds. After welcoming guests, learning their names and engaging…

Pastor Josue shares his personal story.

All throughout September, there are numerous giving opportunities for us to participate in. Listed below are the offering designations for the weekend of September 30: North American Division Evangelism Though the gospel message itself is priceless, there are costs associated with sharing the message. The funds raised will help to support the various methods in…

Challenge yourself to talk to people you don’t know well for the first three minutes after the service. Our previous hospitality idea was the Circle of Ten, where we are encouraged to greet everyone who comes within a ten-foot range of us, multi-directionally. Greeting people can be kept simple: a smile, a handshake, a hello. The…

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