Stories, practical resources & thought-provoking articles to help mobilize God's people in Canada to be fruitfully engaged with God, on mission.
It's incredible how enlightening, inspiring, and challenging it can be to take the Kairos course, but the excitement quickly fades away after a week or two, and soon we tend to go back to our old daily routine. But there's one couple who, after living a typical Christian life, realized how their lives should be realigned, fitting into the greater scheme of God's mission, and, step by step, followed God's lead, embarking on a journey of missional living that has kept them passionate for years.
Edwin reflects on his journey, over the last few years, of connecting with Afghan refugees in Canada, and how God opened doors and orchestrated encounters beyond his expectations!
It had barely been two weeks since I had completed the Kairos course when it happened. It wasn’t planned. All I did was go to 7-11 to buy cream ...
Have your intentions turned to action? Or have you found your motivation fizzling away with the distractions and busyness of life? If so, you are not alone...
God is looking for modern-day Daniels to bring his message of hope amid the chaos and noise the world creates to distract people from the truth of the gospel.
A wildly dazzling red prom dress appeared recently in national newspapers. Unlike the above image, with a picturesque background, this image shows a Ukrainian senior standing in front of her town’s bombed out school. It was graduation season in the Ukraine. The beauty of life, purpose with intention, stood starkly in contrast with the destruction and despair of context ...
What does a day in a life on mission with God look like?
Luchie shares about one Sunday earlier this year, and the people God brought across her path that day.
A testimony from a Kairos Alumna.
"I have realized that God is the one who controls and prepares everything. He has already arranged everything, and He is willing to patiently change and move me, such a trivial person, to prepare my heart and to take me step by step along the way to unlock the fullness of everything He has prepared."
We focus a lot on inputting into believers all the discipleship tools we can – and so we should – but sometimes we forget that the purpose is to grow mature disciples who make other disciples.
INPUT and OUTPUT are two simple terms to help local churches journey towards being a ‘missional church’.
In what ways is my church like an airport terminal? Could my church function as a facilitating enterprise helping me on my journey from A to B?
Ron shares 8 ways that his church is like an airport terminal ...
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