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Here are some snippets of an interview that Pastor Jim had with Phil Amosah, one of the team members from our Guatemala mission trip with Impact Ministries Jim: So, what is it that made you want to go to Guatemala? Phil: My faith journey is one...

Every couple of weeks or so, our family has a movie night. We usually have dinner together at our dining room table and talk about our days. So, every now and then, we like to give that a break and eat while watching a movie...

This past weekend, part of our sermon focused on the practice of healing prayer. As there were many topics that were covered in the sermon, we only dealt with this aspect of prayer briefly. In addressing it, I stated that it's through something like God...

During the sermon this past Sunday, I (Jim) was talking about silent prayer. Within that,  I talked about how God speaks and how important it is that we listen for God's voice. As I then talked about how we can know it is God speaking...

I am sitting in my quiet office on Monday morning. It’s such a difference from what took place at the church yesterday. But there is still evidence of this weekend’s activities. I can still smell deep-fried churros. My stomach is still slightly unhappy because of...

We've made it to Ancaster! For those who don't know, Sam Thiessen, Joanne Greenwood and myself (Pastor Jim) are spending a few days in Ontario with the people of Ancaster Village Church. Ancaster Village Church (or AVC) is a young church that we've been supporting...

Philippians 4:4-7  The Venezuelan’s prayed, you prayed, and the team prayed before the project could even begin.  The drastic economic situation in Venezuela made the acquisition of supplies seem impossible but God provided and day by day supplies were acquired and delivered.  The project was able...