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Practical and Spiritual Support of Ukrainian Refugees

The amount of love and support the world has been showing Ukraine through their adversity has been inspiring. Although there are currently no GEM workers serving within Ukraine, labourers in the surrounding countries have been working tirelessly with…

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Hope for Victims of Human Sex Trafficking

Imagine for a moment, a world with no hope. Your trust in others has been lost, and you no longer know who or what to have faith in. An involuntary wall is put up anytime you’re introduced to…

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Life During The First Year on The Field

The idea of a new year is revitalizing; we can start afresh, establish new goals, and envision a year full of potential. Sure, there are uncertainties, but in those uncertainties, there is excitement – we can’t wait to…

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The Brokenness of Europe

Europe is a land of wonder, beauty, and inspiration. It is an historically deep-rooted continent which appeals to millions around the globe as a place to visit and explore. Many of the world’s most beautiful cathedrals and churches…

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Growing up as a Christian in France

How many of us can say we attended school in a place where others openly believed in God? If you grew up in Canada, there’s a good chance that you can. Now imagine growing up in France, where…

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Serving Families in Christian Education

Proverbs 22:6 says, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” When God gifts you with children, he gifts you with an amazing discipleship opportunity,…

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Artistic Ministries at Work in Europe

What do you think of when you hear the term missionary? Do you imagine a labourer building a house in a third world country? Or maybe someone boldly praying for the sick to be healed? Does a missionary…

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Making a Difference on the Camino Trail

Imagine: You are hot, aching, and tired from an extensive hike. You’ve come a long way, but there is still much more to go. You find a resting spot and take a much-needed break. You reflect on how…

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Building Relationships with our Muslim Neighbours

God has called us to reach the nations and tell everyone about his name, right? What if there’s hesitation due to uncertainty of how someone might respond? Let’s talk about what many of our missionaries will have some…

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Life During The First Year on The Field

The idea of a new year is revitalizing; we can start afresh, establish new goals, and envision a year full of potential. Sure, there are uncertainties, but in those uncertainties, there is excitement – we…

Read More

The Brokenness of Europe

Europe is a land of wonder, beauty, and inspiration. It is an historically deep-rooted continent which appeals to millions around the globe as a place to visit and explore. Many of the world’s most beautiful…

Read More

Growing up as a Christian in France

How many of us can say we attended school in a place where others openly believed in God? If you grew up in Canada, there’s a good chance that you can. Now imagine growing up…

Read More

Artistic Ministries at Work in Europe

What do you think of when you hear the term missionary? Do you imagine a labourer building a house in a third world country? Or maybe someone boldly praying for the sick to be healed?…

Read More

Making a Difference on the Camino Trail

Imagine: You are hot, aching, and tired from an extensive hike. You’ve come a long way, but there is still much more to go. You find a resting spot and take a much-needed break. You…

Read More

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