God’s work in a refugee camp

Saturday, April 22, 2017

I have no nationality. I am just of Jesus Christ. My name is Safari and I have been a refugee for more than 20 years…because God wanted me…

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Christ light pierces tragedy’s darkness

Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Pacific Theatre-The Amish Project

Title: The Amish Project
There are some unspeakable tragedies from which we want to hide our faces: 10 Amish school girls shot execution style in a hostage situation by a gunman wanting to molest them while their helpless families gather outside. It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. But, don’t close your eyes or you will miss what else is going on.

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Les Miserables

Friday, January 18, 2013

Musical movie spectacle points toward home Les Miserables Tom Hooper, director Based on Victor Hugo’s novel, Les Miserables tells a sweeping story of romance, revolution, and redemption in…

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Dancing around the issue

Thursday, November 1, 2012

A leader learns what forgiveness looks like  It was Monday morning, June 10, 1996. I filed into the room with a variety of other leaders to participate in the first…

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More than just sorry

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Forgiveness under the umbrella of God’s love Each morning during my devotional time, I join with millions of other Christians around the world and recite the Lord’s Prayer….

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A random act of violence at the bus stop: One family’s journey towards forgiveness

Friday, August 1, 2008

It was Thanksgiving Day 2007. Our extended family had planned a dinner for 6 pm.
The weather was bright, and the sun was warm and forgiving. My wife and I had gone for an early afternoon coffee and muffin and were returning home when we received a cell phone call that our son was in Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster, B.C., and we needed to get there quickly.

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