God moved into the neighborhood – as Jesus. He paved the way to intentional living by being the...
God moved into the neighborhood – as Jesus. He paved the way to intentional living by being the example of one who extends unconditional love and compassion in very creative ways according to each context. There is no judgment or condition. Just pure hearted love and justice for all.
We are called to do the same and need to cultivate these principles for generations to come.
For more information on how you can be a part of this movement, please contact!
Unfamiliarity, loneliness and challenge; these are some of the adjectives we hear when speaking to international students, who come to Canada – far away from their families, their native lands and a life they leave behind seeking a better future.
When you spend time with them, you can’t seem to walk away without trying to invest some kind of support.
Finding the compassion, empathy and resources are tools we try to instill in our volunteers who chose this to be their category of service.
If you would like to get involved, perhaps because you or someone you know have also been through this journey, or that of a new immigrant/refugee, please contact us for more details.
All of 15 years is now sort of coming to the end of an era, but towards the beginning of a new wave!
We take with us the learning experiences, (the good, the bad and the in-between).
But through it all we can humbly say that Jesus remained our focus. We continued to hold onto our faith and trust in Him. If it were not for his great commandment and commission, which led us to refocus and learn new perspectives on how to love others, we wouldn’t be here!
Join us on Saturday July 7th, 2018 at 3pm – for more information visit: