Offering Support During COVID-19
During these difficult times, we’re reminded from the Bible that “perfect love casts out fear.” We want to continue to share Christ’s love in tangible ways so that fear is cast out and our homes and families are kept strong.
If you are in need of support, download our free “You Are Not Alone” support guide that highlights resources for you no matter where you live in Canada. Also, download our Transformation NOW handout that offers practical ways for you to spread the love in your own community.
Think TED Talks for the church, and building tech solutions to real problems with a faith lens. Come out to FaithTech’s Innovation Talk and #HACK event in Toronto this weekend Nov 3-5.
On August 14, 2017, a devastating mudslide caused many deaths and injuries in a small Sierra Leone community. Transformation Sierra Leone workers responded to the situation, providing food, accommodations and other support. Read the latest report from our Hope for Sierra Leone ministry team.
Shift Canada 150 is a national gathering to see Canada transformed. On November 10-11, 2017 join with hundreds of other who feel just like you to network and join in the movement of shifting to God, and then shifting the church and nation.
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.