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Christopher Wright Speaking at Tyndale

Christopher Wright, author of The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible’s Grand Narrative, will be the guest speaker at a symposium at Tyndale Seminary on Saturday April 18, from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm in the chapel. This is a free event so it’s a good opportunity to bring others along as well.

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The Gospel is Good News to the Poor

Raineer and Mila Chu have been friends and mentors to my wife, Helen, and me for many years. Raineer is an attorney and Mila is a medical doctor. Both could have pursued highly lucrative careers but, instead, they have devoted their knowledge, their skills, and their lives to forming community among the poor of their […]

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Worldview and Mission Conference at Redeemer University College

Redeemer University College in Ancaster is hosting a Worldview and Mission Conference January 7-11, 2009.  This conference will address some themes that are important for the Christian community in our culture today – a biblical worldview and mission and how these interface with each other in diverse areas of our culture. You are encouraged to […]

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Missional Church: Is There a Global Vision?

Tyndale Seminary is hosting an important seminar on the global realities of missional church. When: Friday November 21st 2008 12:00 -2:00 pm Where:Tyndale University College & Seminary – Room 1008 Guest Speakers : Dr Irving Whitt PAOC Canada – Will deliver a paper on the topic Dr Donald Goertz – Tyndale Faculty – Will respond […]

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The Challenging Encouragement of a Pastoral Prophet

Greg Paul calls us to pursue TrueCity He had our attention from the start—”I am convinced that what is going on here right now in Hamilton is more beautiful and more powerful than probably any of you recognize.” “I think this is a critical time in the city of Hamilton and a critical time amongst […]

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Managing Change

Ken Styles shared the following notes with us at our last meeting. Thanks Ken! · In recent decades, almost a mantra of business · Some advocate figuring it out – others eschew the attempt · How does our change culture and our changing culture tend to affect the church? o More and more people are […]

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