Newsletter this month March 2017 Pioneer Pastors Dear Friends, In these days of war and economic instability in Ukraine, pastors are facing many financial difficulties. Daily, they deal with the added stress of helping their parishioners and community with their problems. Pastors are tested through these troubled times, but with daily prayer, support from Canadian [...]

We live in a world that is in need! This may seem like an obvious statement, like something that “goes without saying”. Yet, I find that it is about those obvious things that we most often need reminding. It is easy to become so familiar with the concept of need in this world that we become unintentionally calloused. We hear it so often and from so many sources that we cease to truly listen.

We live in a world that is in need! This may seem like an obvious statement, like something that “goes without saying”. Yet, I find that it is about those obvious things that we most often need reminding. It is easy to become so familiar with the concept of need in this world that we become unintentionally calloused. We hear it so often and from so many sources that we cease to truly listen.

We live in a world that is in need! This may seem like an obvious statement, like something that “goes without saying”. Yet, I find that it is about those obvious things that we most often need reminding. It is easy to become so familiar with the concept of need in this world that we become unintentionally calloused. We hear it so often and from so many sources that we cease to truly listen.

We live in a world that is in need! This may seem like an obvious statement, like something that “goes without saying”. Yet, I find that it is about those obvious things that we most often need reminding. It is easy to become so familiar with the concept of need in this world that we become unintentionally calloused. We hear it so often and from so many sources that we cease to truly listen.

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