I wanted to write a short follow up to let you know what’s been happening here at the King’s Way since Transformation Canada came and told our story in August. It was such an amazing blessing!
On November 10-11, one hundred and fifty kingdom leaders from across Canada met at Catch the Fire Toronto to promote revival in the church, transformation of society and a turn to righteousness in our nation. Here’s the report from Transformation Canada Chairman Derk Maat, who was one of the presenters at the conference.
Mashing up faith and technology: is such a thing possible? Well, thanks to Canadian tech entrepreneur James Kelly it’s not only possible, it’s happening now. FaithTech is bridging the gap between faith and technology with explosive results.
Transformation Canada is launching a new venture to equip today’s best and brightest to become tomorrow’s marketplace leaders. The program is called Leadership Edge , an accelerated 9-month leadership development pathway that applies kingdom principles with real world experience.
Antoinette Laffreniere-Stowe didn’t know that, as she worked away in the basement storeroom of a little outreach centre, Jesus was working out a new plan for her life. Antoinette is the Director of the King’s Way Outreach Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, a centre that isn’t just meeting needs but is working to solve systemic poverty.
“There has to be something more.” This is the phrase that Ian Green hears most often from Christians around the world today. As a former youth pastor, an international speaker and founder of the Proton Foundation – a launch pad for transformational projects based in the United Kingdom – Ian travels extensively sharing a message of the transformational power of God’s kingdom. It’s a message that says, “Yes, there is much more”.