Clearing the Haze
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Clearing the Haze

How did I get here? How did the dusty roads, the Chadian chai, and the immense Sahara heat disappear into the paved roads, cafe espresso’s and chilled airs of a Montreal borough? And why did they? The quick answer is, I am not exactly sure. What I can say is this – we made a...

Muslim Campers Excited About the Bible!
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Muslim Campers Excited About the Bible!

Last year we passed word around Halifax/Dartmouth that AIM Canada was offering sponsored camper positions for the children of African immigrant and refugee families. We made it clear that Camp Soar was a fun and inexpensive opportunity for kids to attend ‘church camp‘ and learn more about the Bible. Even at that, we had three...

Step by Step
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Step by Step

Right now, I am waiting. Waiting and trusting in God, who has already gone before me and prepared the way and will reveal it step by step. As I wait… in this often frustrating and difficult place where God teaches, prepares, and refines… I am encouraged that I can look back and see how God...

Word Travels Fast…and FAR!
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Word Travels Fast…and FAR!

After the success of last year’s Camp Soar for African campers in Nova Scotia, word was spreading amongst the Diaspora community here in Halifax/Dartmouth that Camp Soar was THE place to be! We knew the news had traveled far when our first camper application this year came to us from Nigeria. Not from a Nigerian...

One More Great Potential!
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One More Great Potential!

Back on their home continent, with some frightful exceptions, Christians and Muslims get along fine. That’s a good thing, because the 1.2 billion people in Africa are almost equally divided between the two major faiths. Yet by their own reckoning, neither Christians nor Muslims in Africa know very much about each other’s faith. In most...