If Jesus Christ is the lifeblood of Power to Change, our ministries are the heartbeat. Every two weeks we’ll be checking their pulse, sharing blog posts, stories and events from our 10 ministries and humanitarian partner. This is P2C Pulse.

Ministry Updates

  • Erika is a student at the University of Iceland who committed to be a student leader for the ministry on her campus, but she was doing it all alone. Find out what happened when P2C – Students sent a team to Iceland to help her reach her campus and find more Christian students to join her on her mission. [Power to Change – Students]

There are unreached people right here in Canada, particularly in Quebec. Read more about their post-Christian culture and what P2C – Students is doing in the province: Finding God in the City of Empty Steeples. [Power to Change – Students]

 

Evan craved perfection…over time he saw that this longing for perfection would never be satisfied.” P2C – Students National Director Sean Cullen shares a story he heard at a previous Fellowship Dinner from a student whose life was changed and invites you to join P2C – Students at one of this year’s Fellowship Dinners. [Sean Cullen]

 

  • One of Team USA’s biggest success stories at the 2016 Olympics has a connection to Athletes in Action Canada. Gold medallist Helen Maroulis was a student leader with AIA Canada while wrestling at Simon Fraser University. Read Helen’s inspiring story of perseverance, patience and profound understanding of her identity in Christ. [Athletes in Action]
  • Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Henoc Muamba and team chaplain Jared LaCoste joined Hockey Ministries International on their North Saskatchewan Faith Tour in February. Muamba jumped at the chance to share his love of faith and football with kids ranging from kindergarten to high school. [Athletes in Action]
  • Every weekend, DRIME teams across 9 countries go to the streets and use drama as a tool to engage people in spiritual conversations. Here’s a peek at a few of those conversations and the seeds of the gospel that were planted. [DRIME]

 

  • Donna Mitchell, the National Ministry Director of Connecting Streams, shares what true love looks like: sacrifice and action. We see the ultimate example of that love in 1 John 4:9-11. [Connecting Streams]

 

  • What does it mean to “forsake all others” in a marriage and how can it help bring couples closer together? [FamilyLife]

 

  • The story of the Bre-X mining scandal dramatized in the Matthew McConaughey movie “Gold” demonstrates how fear, greed and pride can cause people to ignore wise counsel.Unless you deal with the root problem, it’s easy to be led astray. [LeaderImpact]

Upcoming Events

Theo’s Feast shares the story of humanity in an entirely unique way: through edible metaphors. On March 18th at Power to Change headquarters in Langley, BC, Theo’s Feast will be presenting a Rock N’ Roll Feast inspired by the spiritual journey of U2 with an amazing, one-of-a-kind menu and a live musical performance. [Theo’s Feast]

 

FamilyLife will be hosting a Together for Good marriage workshop in Edmonton, AB on March 18 with speakers Neil and Sharol Josephson. It’s a great chance to reconnect, re-establish the foundation of your marriage and rekindle romance. [FamilyLife]

 

FamilyLife’s Weekend Getaways are an opportunity to revitalize your marriage with knowledgeable speakers, practical tools and the time you need to focus on your relationship. You can currently register for marriage conferences running from now through May. Visit the site to see when there’s a conference near you! [FamilyLife]


Our student ministry is hosting Fellowship Dinners across Canada in March and April, celebrating stories of transformed hearts and changed lives. Join us to discover together the beauty of a world painted by the gospel and witness what happens when students encounter Jesus. Click to find a Fellowship Dinner near you! [P2C – Students]

 

 

 

Fellowship Dinner 2017 – Just add colour from Power to Change – Students on Vimeo.

 

The next LeaderImpact Forum is in Winnipeg on March 23 with Mike Reimer. Reimer and his wife, Jeanne, founded Churchill Wild, a group of luxury wilderness lodges in the Canadian Arctic. He will shares stories about his business and wilderness experiences, including encounters with polar bears, as well as his need to grow in his faith and reliance on God along the way. [LeaderImpact]

 

On April 1, the Women’s Heart-Engaging Network will host a brunch where they will explore the topic, “What if achieving isn’t enough?” [WHEN]

 
On Saturday, April 8, Connecting Streams will host a seminar on hearing the voice of God. “Learn to recognize and experience God’s still small voice and the practical ways He speaks to us.” [Connecting Streams]

 

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Get Involved

The registration deadline is April 16th for this summer’s Haiti LIFE Team. Global Aid Network is sending the team to serve at Ca-Ira Children’s Village, an orphanage on the coast of Leogane, Haiti. The LIFE Team will serve in three areas: providing health education and health checks, undertaking construction and maintenance projects, and conducting a summer camp for the orphanage and children in the community. [Global Aid Network]

 

Did you know that you can be a missionary right from your home or office? The Life Project is looking for online mentors who can walk alongside people on their spiritual journeys: share your life experience, provide resources and help lead people to Jesus. [The Life Project]


DRIME is sending a mission trip to Uganda this summer, to equip and train the local church in their powerful and effective evangelism tool. People on this trip will also have the opportunity to use drama to engage people on street corners, in spiritual conversations. [DRIME]


There are always volunteer opportunities in our ministries. Click to find one that fits your calling! [Power to Change]


Join the field staff of one of our ministries! Check out the current opportunities available. [Power to Change]