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Vol 1 No. 21 Christian Demographics

I mentioned in my earlier newsletter that I had met with other Executive and Area Ministers from other Baptist groups in Canada. The meeting was held in Edmonton under the leadership of Jamey McDonald who is the Baptist General of Conference of Canada Executive Director. As part of the two day meeting we met with … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 21 Christian Demographics”

Vol 1 No. 20 Christian Calendar

First, some miscellaneous notes: I have had a fair amount of feedback on the Creeds and Statement of Faith discussion. It is a discussion, not a denominational trajectory, on the radar of the Board and Senior Staff but initiated by me and I take responsibility for facilitating a lively debate, not for pre-determining its conclusion. … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 20 Christian Calendar”

Vol 1 No. 19 Banff Pastors Conference

First, some miscellaneous notes: I have had a fair amount of feedback on the Creeds and Statement of Faith discussion. It is a discussion, not a denominational trajectory, on the radar of the Board and Senior Staff but initiated by me and I take responsibility for facilitating a lively debate, not for pre-determining its conclusion. … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 19 Banff Pastors Conference”

Vol 1 No. 18 CBM

I spent the week of October 25 to 31st in Montreal at the board meetings of the Canadian Baptist Ministries. Canadian Baptist Ministries (CBM) is a uniting and enabling organization that brings the largest Baptist groups in the country together. These groups include: ∙ United Baptist Convention of the Atlantic Provinces ∙ L’Union d’Eglises Baptistes … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 18 CBM”

Vol 1 No. 17 Remembrance Day

This year marks the 60th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War. What follows is a blunt, and in some places disturbing reflection of that event. Each year the number of veterans for the Second World War become fewer and fewer. The stories become harder to retrieve. Our dependence on memory becomes more … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 17 Remembrance Day”

Vol 1 No. 16 Creeds

We have a great deal to be thankful for as Baptists as we have (by and large) been the historical advocates for the religious tolerance, separation of church and state and the biblical “marriage” between social justice and evangelism. One of the distinctives that many are most enamoured with is that we are not a … Continue reading “Vol 1 No. 16 Creeds”

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