5 Reasons Why You Should Join a Campus Club

As soon as you enter the maze of tables at Clubsfest, you know it won’t be easy getting out. You’re surrounded by a sea of people ambling and shuffling along

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From one life to another: Why discipleship works

Do you know the power of discipleship? It lies within the individual, regular people like you who have a desire to help others grow in their faith. As you faithfully

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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. This intensive, two-month experience trains and

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One Cup of Coffee

Peter’s Navigator experience began over a cup of coffee with Dan McIver, leader for the Kingston Navigators. This initial investment began a relationship that Peter says transformed his view of

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The Navigators and Bill C-14: Medical assistance in dying

Bill C-14, known as the medical assistance in dying bill, is currently working its way through the legislative process en route to becoming law by June 6, the deadline given

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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. Throughout the week,

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Community group discipleship

Across Canada and the United States, Christian student groups on university and college campuses have historically operated from one generally-accepted model. Looking at The Navigators, Power to Change, Inter-Varsity Christian

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The importance of being welcomed

A welcoming environment is one of the most critical characteristics a community can have. The Navigators strive to create spaces where people can ask questions about and wrestle with issues

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The need for soul talk: Why spirituality is still relevant to mental health

If you asked *Nancy’s friends to describe her, they might tell you about her endearing sense of humour. For certain they would mention her willingness to help others, and likely

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Stepping into the danger zone: Mike’s story

Mike* was a typical university student. As a fourth-year English literature student at Aleppo University in Syria, life was busy, full of classes and late night work on assignments and

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