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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My Friend Rodrigo – A Labourer for the Gospel

On September 11, 1973, Chile experienced a coup d’état when the democratically elected government of Salvador Allende was overthrown and replaced with a military dictatorship led by General Augusto Pinochet.

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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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An informal dynasty: How the Speidel family has influenced UBC

Since 2006, the Speidel children have served as residence advisors during their time at the University of British Columbia, following in their father’s footsteps to positively influence the culture on

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Helping the Helpers – Greg Paul in Kingston

On November 10 and 11, Dan McIver and the Kingston Navigators, in partnership with nightlight and Geneva House, invited Greg Paul to visit the city and give two talks on

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Bringing Jesus into more conversations through UReason

It’s easy to get nervous when you book a speaker to deliver a lecture in the largest meeting space on campus. Will the sound system work ok? Will the speaker

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An intern’s perspective: Generations

The demographics of university fascinate me. Though to a first year student it seems like graduation is a lifetime away, the 4-5 years fly by. Only 6 years ago I was a

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Goodbye school year!

Ever wonder what the Navigators are up to in your community? One of the many ways we are involved is through discipling the students at Universities and Colleges in 17

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