WELCOME

Glad you were able to find your way to our online home. Our intent is to make this an interactive resource for Canadians who feel called to make disciples and start simple churches. discover more…

WORKING FAITH

A “working faith” is when we live out our faith in life’s daily grind. It is a faith that is lived wherever we might find ourselves. Where do you find yourself most challenged to live out your “faith”? discover more…

LEARNING CIRCLES

Life is a learning experience. Our intent is to provide a context for Canadians or those serving in Canada to learn from each other. Do you like to learn through interactive discussions with others? discover more…

DOING GOOD

Helping brings joy to both the one helping and the one helped. People helping people is not usually newsworthy but it is God worthy. How can we be intentional about doing good to one another? discover more…

WITHOUT WALLS

Church is often thought to be a building. Possibly the building falling into disrepair down the road or maybe the massive new auditorium seen from the freeway. What is church to you? discover more…

SOWING SEEDS

Jesus often shared seeds of truth in His stories. Stories are shared between people whenever they get together and talk. Do you find your friends share stories? Do their stories contain seeds of truth? discover more…

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Life is full of questions. Together we might find some answers. Join the conversation. 

Church Metaphors (Family/Households of Faith)

Metaphors are an interesting element of language. They provide a way for us to say something with a word image. A word picture often expresses meaning better than just words. Some of my favourite English metaphors include: ground zero, fork in the road, jump the gun, fit as a fiddle, put a sock in it, [...]

Whatever’s Inside

An Analogy “You are holding a cup of coffee when someone comes along and bumps into you or shakes your arm, making you spill your coffee everywhere. Why did you spill the coffee? “Well because someone bumped into me, of course!” Wrong answer. You spilled the coffee because there was _coffee_ in your cup. Had [...]

History or Fantasy

As a young boy I can remember the prison (New Westminster Penitentiary) that stood like a castle on the other side of the Fraser River. Often my family and I drove by it on our way to nearby places. To say the least this edifice always intrigued me. When I was in my early twenties [...]

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