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The 2006 Jesus to the Nations conference was another week-end blessed by God. We had two wonderful plenary speakers whose talks blended together in such a powerful way, we knew God was in it. Jackie Pullinger’s stories of her work in the Walled City and Peter Maiden’s gift of preaching the word was a moving combination. We learned from many seminar speakers, as well as from the many exhibitors that had booths set up around the hallways, of God’s work around the world. The children enjoyed their Saturday program. The youth were encouraged to participate in a scavenger hunt which took them to the booths to chat with exhibitors. “The Contact” brought in a connection with India, as well as sharing their music. During the week-end, it was especially meaningful to hear the testimonies of youth who had gone on short term missions. A new addition this year was CJLU radio which set up at the conference, broadcasting throughout the weekend.
Our 2005 Conference was such a blessed time of worship, fellowship, learning and experiencing God. Our speakers, Brother Andrew and Randy Friesen, both excited us by their walk with God and challenged us to get in step with God ourselves. We welcomed new mission agencies and enjoyed meeting with folks who have been to Jesus to the Nations before. Our number of visitors was up again this year, especially with the addition of a Sunday afternoon session. The seminars were informative and interesting. The children’s program and youth trak showed growth, too. The Jeff Somers Band capped off the Saturday evening program.
2004 was an exciting year. Our speakers, Loren Cunningham, founder of YWAM and Jon Fuller, with OMF, were inspiring. We had new exhibitors and great seminar leadership. We had two book tables and a user-friendly prayer area. The crowds of visitors for all of the events was up from last year and we were encouraged by the growth. The Youth program was expanded to include afternoon activities and a scavenger hunt among the displays. Present Reality finished off the two day event with a time of worship and celebration which was enjoyed by youth and adults alike.
Location: Mount Saint Vincent University
Speakers: Trever Godard, is currently the Director of Missions at Bethany Bible College in Hepburn, Saskatchewan. He and his family served for 15 years in Columbia
Location: Dalhousie Student Union Building
Speakers: Dr. T.V Thomas, was born in Malacca, Malaysia. He completed his undergraduate study in India and was involved in IVCF and Asia Youth for Christ. Dr. Thomas served as a professor at the Canadian Bible College and Canadian Theological Seminary in Regina.
Currently Dr. Thomas is Director of the Center of Evangelism and World Mission in Regina, where he makes his home.
Baroness Caroline Cox, With a backround in nursing and social sciences in England, Caroline moved to involvement in the human rights abuses round the world. She is founder and president of Christian Solidarity Worldwide. Baroness Cox has put her life at risk on a great many occasions in places such as the Sudan, Myanmur, Nagorno Karabakh and Russia.
|Friday, March 28th|
|7:30||Worship & Plenary|
Saturday, March 29th
|10:45||Break / Missions Displays|
|11:00||Worship & Plenary|
|12:45||Lunch Break / Missions Displays|
|2:30||Worship & Plenary|
|4:00||Break / Missions Displays|
||Supper Break / Missions Displays|
|7:15||Worship & Plenary|
|Sunday, March 30th|
|2:30||Missions Displays, Worship & Plenary|
Mon, September 30, 2013
Thu, March 17, 2011
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