Finding common ground: Why anxiety is a discipling asset

It’s evening. The day is nearly done and the world is winding down for the night. You’re safe at home but suddenly you start to feel panicked. It’s somehow a

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Is it better in El Guasmo?

This article was originally published on June 8 on Dan McIver’s ministry blog It looked so innocent on the itinerary. Go to the farm to experience a day in the

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The value of “Hey, you”

Orientation Week at the University of Calgary is a festive affair. Every year, 5,000 first-year students parade along the manicured lawns of the South Courtyard, checking out the various booths

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Every university and college student wants to do well in their studies, graduate with as little debt as possible and get a good job they can build their future around.

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What we learned at BaseCamp West 2017

Hey everyone, I got back from The Navigators’ BaseCamp week on Friday (May 5) and it was awesome! I met lots of new people, went on some great hikes and

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When I asked J what he appreciates from our team chapels, he said “I like the fact that no matter what, there’s someone who’s got my back.” This is now my

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Bread and Discipleship: A tangible expression of God’s love

Every week for the past six years, Colleen Wardell and a team of eight volunteers from Sunshine Ridge Baptist Church in Surrey, B.C. have been bringing bread to people in

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Immersed in Sanctuary: Living out Jesus through mission

In the third week of February, a group of university students from Ottawa, Kingston and Waterloo traveled to Toronto to visit with and learn from the community of Sanctuary Toronto. These students

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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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Four discipleship legacies we can pass on

When we think of leaving a legacy, we often think in terms of death and how we will be remembered. However, it also applies to times of change. Whether it’s

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