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Budding Relationships & Easter Baptisms

Jason Haggstrom, commissioned in 1991, has been leading congregations in remote and rural areas of Canada for a large portion of his ministry. Currently, serving in Prince Rupert, BC, he oversees the congregation of St. Andrew’s Cathedral and is Dean of the Diocese of Caledonia, offering support to the clergy and... Read More

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Be Still

Jesus went off alone into the desert. I guess in doing so he did indeed give up the Judean version of chocolate but that was hardly the point. In the wilderness he became still. In the wilderness alone the dark sultry voice of temptation became painfully audible. In the business of life temptation subtly whispers,... Read More

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TM Talks - Jen Burke

Jen Burke is the Children's Ministry Coordinator at Center Point Church, on Prince Edward Island. She is helping to build up the children’s and youth ministries and outreach to her community. Serving alongside her husband Chris, she has been active in youth ministry for many years. Jen completed her training... Read More

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A New RV for Street Hope Victoria

We have a new motorhome! We had to recycle the old one (the engine was used for a race car) as the smell of mould and the leaking ceiling was becoming a problem. We now have a wonderful 1993 27’ motor home. Thanks to a generous donor all purchase and renovation expenses were covered. We also had a generous... Read More

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Celebrating 88 Years of Ministry in Canada

February 2nd, 2017 marks 88 years of ministry for Threshold Ministries. We have been blessed with a growing community of Evangelists and partners. Together, we are fulfilling the mission of our Founder, Wilson Carlile, and the commandments of Jesus; to love and serve one another. Thank you for partnering with us!... Read More

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Following Jesus in an Outrage Culture

In days gone by canaries were used as an early warning system. In mines where methane or carbon monoxide might lurk as silent and invisible killers, a miner would take a canary below ground with him. The canary was much more sensitive to the toxic environment and would succumb to the deadly affects. The demise of... Read More

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Word & Action

Sharing Jesus through Word & Action We asked our Evangelists for some tips about sharing our faith in Jesus with non-Christians. Here are a few suggestions for how you can get started: Take Action: The greatest approach to evangelism comes from demonstrating the love of Jesus through action. Simply sharing the... Read More

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Merry Christmas!

“COME ON, LET’S GO TO BETHLEHEM! LET’S SEE THIS WONDERFUL THING THAT HAS HAPPENED, WHICH THE LORD HAS TOLD US ABOUT.” (LUKE 2:15B NLT) This is the response of the shepherds after the angel has greeted them. The angel, joined by the “armies of heaven”, stands before the shepherds praising God – announcing the birth... Read More

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Chop Chop: ICYM

Pictured:  Fran Menton, Acadia Broadcasting (event sponsor), Holly Singh (Thandi Restaurant), Peter Stoddart  (Saint John Ale House), Erin Hodge (Inner City Youth Ministry), Ben Gilcrist (St John the Baptist School), Nancy Tissington, Executive Director, Uptown Saint John, Inc., Brian Earle (ICYM) Uptown Saint... Read More

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The Transformation of Tradition

Times are changing, schedules are filling and priorities are drifting. It’s clear to see that in North America, and maybe even globally, culture is shifting. While the church is supposed to be at odds with culture, it’s no surprise that we have expanded the definition of what church is, to wrap our arms around... Read More