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Meeting Jesus on Mission

Posted August 15th, 2014 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

“And see here, I’ll always be with you…” “Espoir Acadien” (Acadian Hope) is the big evangelical outreach happening right now around Edmundston, NB in conjunction with the Congrès Mondial Acadien (World Acadian Congress). I got to join it for a few days last week. Over… Read More »


Can We Learn from the CBC?

Posted July 15th, 2014 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

After 25 years of marriage Kelly and I did something we’ve never done before. Well, that’s a lie. It was more me than she who did it and I’d done it once before – exactly four years ago. I brought TV into our home! In… Read More »


There Comes Here

Posted June 12th, 2014 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

June 20th is World Refugee Day (churches will observe it Sunday June 15 or 22). The first time I heard about WRD was in Dadaab, Kenya – now earth’s largest refugee camp with 500,000 of the planet’s 15 million internationally displaced people (there’s another 30… Read More »


Reconciliation and Language Learning

Posted April 16th, 2014 - Read Article - No Comments - Leave a Response

The New Paths Canadian Baptist Indigenous Peoples Ministry Conference kicked off 2 weeks ago with a plenary address from Regional Chief Stan Beardy – one of Ontario’s most senior First Nations leaders. With the talk title “Resetting the Relationship” and with the Truth and Reconciliation… Read More »


Soul Detox Anyone?

Posted March 5th, 2014 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

I woke up this morning thinking about Lent and it occurred to me that Lent could be a time of soul detox. To “detox” the body is to go through a “treatment designed to rid the body of poisonous substances” (free online dictionary). A “soul… Read More »


Lean Not

Posted February 18th, 2014 - Read Article - 1 Comment - Leave a Response

“Trust in the Lord with all your Heart, and Lean not on your own understanding” (Proverbs 3:5). This is a common verse that many believers know by heart, and can often be one of the first verses that one memorizes as a new believer. Sometimes… Read More »


The New Old: Thoughts on Rebranding

Posted February 11th, 2014 - Read Article - 3 Comments - Leave a Response

Traditionalists say:  What’s the CABC coming to?!  No more Regional Ministers?  New staff and website?  And now new slogans and catchwords like “Healthy Churches. Missional Churches.” Well, that’s not too weird, but what about “Fusi3on” (I had to take a tutorial just to type it) and… Read More »


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  • Deepest prayers & sympathies to the family of Rev. James "Jim" Webber who passed away yesterday. Jim was CBAC... https://t.co/obaoIv8TL5
  • Here's another video from CBC about Rev. Dr. George Allen. He was ordained in 1941 and is still preaching. How's... https://t.co/DZeASqGfno
  • Check out a couple of stories on CBC NS news from last night: 00:19 - St. Thomas Baptist Church fire; 25:43 -... https://t.co/uA80ORAIiK