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Canadian Anglicans respond to wildfire that has engulfed an entire city

“When the adrenaline was flowing yesterday, I didn’t feel anything,” he said. “But this morning…after getting phone calls and texts, it hit us, and with that, we are so thankful that the Lord has given us the opportunity to still be able to serve him and also to help others. “But it is devastating, very devastating.”

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Do churches need to learn to waste time together to thrive?

Recently in Toronto, church-planters from the Anglican Church of Canada gathered for the Vital Church Planing conference at St Paul’s-Bloor St in Toronto.

In a  session, titled “Course Correction,” they looked at the struggles new churches face in the first years after they are founded.   The Course Correction panel, inspired by the conference’s theme of the church as a ship on a journey, dealt with a question that many church plants face: what happens when you achieve your vision but it […]

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