“Brothers” is a picture of both love and struggle as the younger brother is mediating between tears and laughter in the rough embrace of his older sibling.
Churches who ask that God would bring people to their door may be surprised by how their prayer is answered. In the midst of dealing with the aftermath of a collapsed floor in their sanctuary, Central Heights Church leaders in Abbotsford, B.C., learned the nearby McCallum interchange would be expanded and relocated, bringing a roundabout very close to the church building.
Maurice Phillips, a commercial fisher of Plaquemines Parish, La., took a group of disaster management leaders out on a small boat to “see the oil” on June 7. This is the best way to witness the destruction of the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill, said members of the Grand Bayou.
For the people of Abbotsford’s Central Heights Church, it was a special thanksgiving service on June 27. It marked the end of two hard years since the floor collapsed at the front of their sanctuary during a full-house Starfield concert, Apr. 25, 2008.
This December, the third movie in the Chronicles of Narnia series will be released. Many of us are looking forward to the appearance of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (VDT hereafter) but right now, I’ve got a novel suggestion for you: read the book this summer.
At their afternoon service on June 6, the Pool – an MB congregation in Moncton, N.B. – celebrated the most ambitious project of their 11-year history. Just days before, they completed Express, a multi-disciplinary after-school arts program in cooperation with a local middle school. Pool member Ryan Hitchcock captured the overall sentiment: “There were a lot of smiles.”