Spiritual Generations: One life to another

Jeff Driediger came to McMaster University to play volleyball and study civil engineering. On his first weekend in Hamilton he met Don Corry, a Navigator staff who was leading the

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CRAE: It’s all about disagreeing well

How do we deeply disagree and yet still respect each other?

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Reflections and Insights from GSP 2017

Every summer a group of Navigator students and recent grads descend upon The Navigators’ headquarters at Glen Eyrie in Colorado Springs for two months to participate in the Global Student Program (GSP). They

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Discipleship in Action: Andrea’s journey to following Jesus

I like helping people. It’s not an uncommon sentiment, but as I prepared to graduate from university and find a job, it became clear to me my passion was, and

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Theology on Tap: Discussing life’s deep questions over beer

What would it look like if followers of Jesus led surprising and intriguing lives? This is the question Michael Frost addresses in the opening pages of Surprise the World. He talks

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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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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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The year at a glance for Navigators on Campus

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 13

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This year at a glance for Navigator Interns

Every year, Navigator ministries offer graduating students the opportunity to join a ministry team as an intern. Internships typically last anywhere from one to two years and can be done

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The value of authenticity

How do you know when the right time is to share your faith with someone else? Is it five minutes after meeting them? Is it when you’d identify them as

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