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Hindi Pandit Becomes Soul Winner for Christ

Emmanuel Leadership Training Center, shared with us in their monthly newsletter an unbelievable testimony of a man from India, once devoted Hindu Priest now devoted Christ follower. “Even though I have uncountable sad stories to tell, I find peace and joy in my Almighty Lord…Amen” – Aravind Chatterjee Here is his testimony: My name is Aravind Chatterjee.  […]

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Power of God’s Word

Global Recordings Network shared with us a remarkable testimony of a man named Katta Sai, who through the power of reading God’s word in his spoken language got miraculously healed and delivered.  Take a look at his story and let it inspire your faith in how powerful just simply reading the Bible is. Hebrews 4:12 “For the word of […]

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Just Say Something

Pioneers ministry forwarded us their God story from Missions Fest Conference 2015.  At Missions Fest Vancouver, we are constantly encouraged when we hear from our exhibitors about how God used them to share the gospel at the conference. It shows us that these gatherings are impacting people of every nation and having admission free for everyone creates […]

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God Story at Missions Fest

Laura from Jews for Jesus shed some light on her experience as an agency rep at our 2015 conference, themed “Across the Street: Around the World”. Her story reminds us all that God is ahead of our plans, already planning for us to encounter His goodness through divine appointments. I hope you are inspired by Laura’s “Across the […]

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Resisting Social Isolation

The issue of social isolation has frequently made the headlines, particularly after the Vancouver Foundation published the results of its Connections and Engagement survey in 2012. They were surprised to find that the issue Vancouverites care most about was not poverty or homelessness, but a growing sense of social isolation. One in four of the […]

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June 16, 2015: Welcoming FIRST Prebyterian Church

On June 16 Pastor Brian and Glynda, secretary, of  FIRST Presbyterian Church welcomed Missions Fest to their church office to receive their welcome as a new Missions Fest sponsoring church. FIRST Presbyterian Church has 151  years of history in New Westminster and is committed to missions.  In Pastor Brian Hornibrook’s view the church exists because […]

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June 10, 2015: Church and para-church leaders meet to envision collaboration

Missions Fest has served the church and para-church communities for over 32 years. The conference weekend gives us a taste of the joy of unity for the sake of mission. People from different churches and para-church organizations meet to exchange missional stories and celebrate together what God is doing in the world. Missions Fest would […]

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June 9, 2015: Welcoming the Tapestry Church (Richmond)

On June 9 2015 The Tapestry Church in Richmond (The Tap) welcomed Missions Fest to their staff meeting to participate in a devotional time (Gospel Re-Fresh). Missions Fest welcomed The Tapestry Church as a new sponsoring church in 2015. I was inspired by the many signs of life at The Tap that express a reaching out […]

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June 5, 2015: Welcoming Faith Community Christian Church (F3C)

On June 5, 2015 Missions Fest extended an official welcome to Faith Community Christian Church (F3C) as a sponsoring church. Pastors Ted Ng and Diane Gee warmly welcomed Missions Fest and shared F3C’s story and mission. This conversation happened around some innovative and very tasty donuts from the 49th Parallel Coffee Shop on Main St. […]

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May 28, 2015: Symphony Church and Season of Christ

In 2015 Missions Fest welcomed Symphony Church as a new sponsoring church. On Thursday May 28 2015, Symphony Church welcomed Missions Fest to their new meeting place in Port Moody BC. Missions Fest had a chance to facilitate a “Gospel Refresh” devotional and learn more about Symphony Church and its Season of Christ Project. I […]

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