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From one life to another: Why discipleship works

Our longest-serving staff member, Bill Lee and his wife Mirian have embodied the calling to make disciples, not only helping others to grow in their faith, but equipping them to pass what they learn on to others. Over 52 years of service, they have left a legacy of disciplemaking in Taiwan that will ripple out for generations to come.
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Students look back on GSP 2016

This year, 40 university students from around the world arrived at The Navigators’ international headquarters in Colorado Springs for the annual Global Student Program. Rather than telling you about the benefits and worthiness of the GSP, you will hear directly from this year’s Canadian representatives, Emma Walker and Sam Allison, about how this experience affected them.
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Home Away From Home: Living the Mission in a Student City

For the students he has influenced and the people he's known, Chris Barrett is more than the Navigators' national director: he's been a friend, a mentor, a leader and an encourager. In this article, Emily Cook, a former Carleton student, talks with her former campus leader about why he and his family have opened themselves and their home to those around them.
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One Cup of Coffee

All it takes to build a relationship is a moment, one instance that sparks a connection. This leads to more and more moments, which over time can eventually lead to a deep and lasting relationship. For Peter Sheahan, his first moment of connection with The Navigators was over a cup of coffee with a man named Dan.
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The Navigators and Bill C-14: Medical assistance in dying

In the last several months, the debate on whether to allow medical assistance in dying has flown fast and furious through the halls of government and society alike. It is an issue that will affect or is affecting millions of Canadians. You can read more about the history of this issue in Canada, as well as The Navigator response to this difficult and divisive issue.
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Root Camp 2016

During the week of May 1-7, Navigator students from across Canada came together at Snider Mountain Ranch in New Brunswick to learn more about deepening their faith in Jesus from veteran Navigator staff.
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Encourage, invest, guide: Discipleship in Captain America: Civil War

Whether you've seen, are planning to see or don't want to see the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are some important lessons on discipleship we can learn from this clash of comical-yet-serious heroes. WARNING: SPOILERS
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5 Discipleship Essentials - Infographic

Whether you are new to discipleship or have years of experience discipling others, it's important to keep the basics in mind. To help, here are five essentials to keep in mind, or be reminded of, as you disciple others.
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Community group discipleship

This past year, the Carleton Navigators changed the way they meet, from large group meetings to smaller groups across Ottawa. Read how this approach has helped them to live out the Navigator calling through intentional discipleship.
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