Rebuilding Canadian Culture webinar series starts June 4

Canadians have had every aspect of their lives shaken by COVID-19; not just economically and socially, but spiritually too. In the coming months and longer, Canada will need to recover and rebuild. As the marketplace grapples with tough challenges, so must the church. In fact, the church and marketplace needs to work in partnership to see real healing come to our nation. Transformation Canada wants to facilitate that process, so we’re inviting you to join a 4-week online discussion series on Rebuilding Canadian Culture, starting on June 4.

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TC welcomes new National Director

Dr. Brian Beattie

Dr. Brian Beattie has accepted the new role of National Director for Transformation Canada. Brian is a member of the TC Board and Senior Pastor of Freedom House Church in Brantford, Ontario. His recent book City of God shows how entire cities can be transformed by the power of God.

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From Chickens To Hope

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Can a society really be transformed? Can we really disciple nations? Jesus seems to think we can.

In fact, when Jesus taught us to pray he specifically told us to pray that his kingdom come, His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. In the great commission, Jesus told us to go and make disciples of all nations. It seems that Jesus had more in mind for us than to get people to heaven; he seems to want to get some of heaven into this world. That is the heart of transformation: that we would pursue God’s kingdom being established in God’s way.

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60 New Christians!

Transformation Sierra Leone

It is so encouraging to see how people in Sierra Leone are embracing the message of integrity as the pathway for transformation in Sierra Leone. The deeply entrenched cultural issues of corruption are being up-rooted by the powerful message of God’s love and forgiveness through Jesus Christ, and his desire that we live lives of integrity. Sixty new Christians in Makondu In one of our outreaches in Makondu earlier this year, about sixty people received…

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