Be a kingdom change agent in Canada.
The power of God's kingdom is transformational. When a person, school, business or even a government comes into contact with the restoring power of God, systemic brokenness and poverty is replaced with life and vitality. Read stories of transformation happening in Canada and be inspired to become a world change agent!
At the recent Transform Our World Summit in San Jose, I joined twelve other Canadians and groups from around the world to celebrate and prepare for the current and coming Holy Spirit-driven ekklesia vortex of transformation. And on April 6-8, you can experience the emerging ekklesia vortex in Toronto.
Catch the Fire Church in Toronto, Ontario is changing the paradigm of what it means to be the church. Listen to Associate Senior Pastor John Bootsma share how he is validating and equipping people at CTF to step into their calling as ministers in the marketplace.
Sierra Leone is still one of the poorest countries in the world, but God is on the move. As I look to 2018, I see tremendous opportunity to expand our ministry efforts so more people can be set free through integrity and a new kingdom mindset. Thank you for your continued support, and I hope seeing the growth in our ministry this year encourages you.
Cranberry Resort in Collingwood has been our host for the Leadership Edge development program. While we were there, we sat down with resort owner Larry Law as he describes how seeing business as ministry is impacting his business, the community and the hospitality industry in Ontario.
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.
I travelled to the 2017 Transform Our World conference in San Jose with high expectations, but ended up getting a lot more than I planned. I got touched by God’s heart for Canada and the world. It wasn’t all joyful; it was painful too. But I believe this is the right mix to motivate us to go and be nation changers.