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.........................."We must be global Christians with a global vision because our God is a global God." - John Stott

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Consider Living Faith Bible College This Next September

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Living Faith, a non-denominational, evangelical Christian Bible College, is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near Caroline, Alberta.

Their goal is to impact local and global communities by changing hearts, teaching minds, and serving others. The mandate of Living Faith Bible College is “equipping for life and ministry around the world.” And around the world it is. Living Faith has been blessed to serve a wide spectrum of students from different denominations and backgrounds from all over the world. And the amazing thing about that is that LFBC is one of the smallest Bible Colleges you'll find. Small, with a family atmosphere, at the same time wonderfully international. Students the opportunity to get to know each other on more than a superficial basis. All of this occurs in a beautiful environment set apart from the hustle and bustle of the city, surrounded by wildlife, rivers, trees and mountains.

LFBC is the Canadian training college of the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies, an affiliation of autonomous churches and ministries united in a common goal of making Christ and His Gospel known. For more information on their Statement of Faith and classes, visit http://www.lfbc.net/

So if you are considering a Bible College this coming fall - Consider Living Faith!
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Friday, February 19, 2010

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Mjorud Family Bible Camp, August 15-19, 2010

.There's still time to sign up for a truly faith-based Family Bible camp. Mjorud Family Bible Camp, an evangelistic, prayerful, Bible based ministry, has operated for years without charge to the hundreds of diverse families who have attended and continues to do so. Families received housing, three full meals a day, solid speakers, prayer, music, sports, hiking, fellowship and rest at no cost. Nightly, the ministry made a request for free will offerings. Every year, by God's Grace, they met their budget. Yet, there has never been pressure to donate.

Twenty years ago I told Pastor Mjorud that if not for this camp, my family wouldn't be able to afford going to any family Bible camp. He responded, "That's why we do it."

Pastor Mjorud retired the Family Camp twelve years ago, and two years later, he passed away. But there is interest to continue.

Mjorud Family Bible Camp is scheduled again this summer, August 15-19, in Hungry Horse, Montana. The Family Camp rents the A of G Bible campground for the week, where there are cabins, lodge's, camping spaces, a cafeteria, and large sanctuary available, as well as playground, miniature golf, and close proximity to Glacier National Park.

Most importantly, it is a chance to pull away from the business of the world and spend precious time in worship, prayer, discipleship, and fellowship. We've always come away blessed for having taken the time.

So in the words of the organizers, "Come and renew acquaintances with old friends - and/or make new ones. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors. Expect great things from our wonderful Lord Jesus Christ as we gather to honor, worship, and learn from Him."

Mjorud camp is Christian, evangelical, and non-denominational, and praying fervently for a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit this year. Visit - caicw.org/Mjorud_Camp.html - to register.
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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

FOXNews.com - The Gospel According to 'Lost': Exploring Religious Themes in the Hit Drama

FOXNews.com - The Gospel According to 'Lost': Exploring Religious Themes in the Hit Drama

This is so exciting! I knew I liked this show - I just didn't know why! What is the name of the timeless guy that touched so many lives? Jacob. What's the name of the baby Aaron (Moses' brother) The final season - starting in a couple days - is supposed to wrap up all the questions, and apparently, the Bible is involved.

Further - everyone on the island has an issue. The alcoholic, the murderer, the drug addict, the con man....So how will this last season bring them to freedom? I'm really going to enjoy this season - and very much miss it when it's over.

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