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Sometimes people tell us, “We love hearing about the many new things that you’re doing, but what about the new things that were launched some time ago?” We’re happy to share that we also love these kinds of stories. Here’s one from one of our very first New Ventures, launched in 2007 to reach Hakka-speaking seniors in the GTA.
At New Ventures, we are thrilled to walk alongside Apprentices who feel God is calling them to do something new—though they may not quite know what that looks like yet. We love Apprentice Elissa Dawn’s story of obedience in moving into the neighbourhood to get to know newcomers to Canada and share God’s love.
Apprentices with New Ventures are given the space and opportunity to discern God’s calling on their lives over the course of 1-2 years through both formal and informal learning opportunities, experience in ministry settings, readings, courses, mentorship and more. Tyler Dam is one such Apprentice.
Selwyn Li and Helen Yeung had no idea that an encounter on Helen’s last day of seminary at Tyndale would reveal hearts that beat not only for one another, but with a shared sense of the importance of God’s mission in the world. Now, they’re on mission for the next generation of Chinese Canadians in Greater Toronto.
What will it take for your community to become an environment in which new things can happen? Watch this story and be inspired by how a church in Vancouver is stepping out into unknown territory to join God at work.
The Joneses are discovering opportunities to connect with their neighbours by trying something new: placing an everyday object in an unusual space.
Throughout the summer, we’ll be sharing recommendations from New Venture leaders and Implementers from across Canada. This week’s picks come to you from New Venture Implementer Bernard Tam.
What do learning French, performing kid-friendly object lessons and living in the maritime province that Canada’s favourite fictitious redhead calls home have in common?
Throughout the summer, we’ll be sharing recommendations from New Venture leaders and Implementers from across Canada. This week’s picks come to you from New Venture Implementer Malcolm Billing.
In early 2019, Bill Morrison was appointed to the role of New Ventures Coach in Atlantic Canada for a one year term.
It’s your turn
How can you join Jesus at work in the new things he is doing across Canada?