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

  • Our student ministry recently embarked on mission trips over spring break and brought back some great stories! Let’s start in Montreal, where difficult questions opened the door to sharing the gospel. [P2C – Students]

On to Denmark, where many Danes were confronted with existential questions of meaning and spirituality that they had never encountered before and the students on the trip were forever changed. “I knowingly said yes to going to Denmark, yet unknowingly said yes to having my whole life changed in the process.” [P2C – Students]


Finally to Norway, where Canadian students helped mobilize students in Oslo to share the gospel and found that Norwegian students were spiritually curious. Be in prayer that an Agapé (Europe’s Power to Change) student group will form in Oslo. [P2C – Students]


  • Athletes in Action chaplain Steve Sellers made his way in South Korea to lay the groundwork for chaplaincy for the 2018 Winter Olympics and to minister to speed skaters and luge athletes competing in the World Championship and World Cup. Find out more about the connections he made with the local church and Olympic organizers. [Athletes in Action]
  • Many of the marginalized (including the homeless) of our inner-city are members of the Body of Christ. They need to be acknowledged, loved by the rest of the body, discipled, and included.” [Connecting Streams]


  • If you don’t want to be a couple that fights all the time, the first step is understanding why couples fight. Dr. Jessica McCleese breaks down the reasons couples fight and lays out some effective ways to reduce conflict. [FamilyLife]


  • We’re partway through the season of Lent and Easter is on its way. The Life has a Bible reading guide for Holy Week leading up to Sunday to help you reflect on the final week of Jesus’ pre-resurrection life. [The Life]


  • Garth Jestley breaks down the benefits of solitude and how important it is to make time in your day for spending time alone with God. [LeaderImpact]


  • GAiN Canada shares about the difficult and heartbreaking situation in Mosul, Iraq, where they have partners on the ground providing aid and daily necessities to refugees. [GAiN Canada]


Power to Change – Students continues to host Fellowship Dinners across Canada throughout the month of April. Find a dinner near you and register today to celebrate changed lives on college campuses. [P2C – Students]


FamilyLife is hosting Weekend Getaways in Banff and Montebello during April, then Halifax in early May. Register today for this powerful marriage conference that gives you time, tools, and a plan to enrich your marriage, and an understanding of the importance of spiritual health in your relationship. [FamilyLife]


There are two LeaderImpact Forums coming up in April, first in York with former NHLer Ryan Walter on April 12th, then in Oakville on April 19th with Carmen’s Group CEO PJ Mercanti. [LeaderImpact]


Theo’s Feast will be hosting a special Easter meal on April 14th. Keep an eye on theosfeast.com for more details. [Theo’s Feast]

Get Involved

April 16th is the deadline to register for Global Aid Network’s Haiti summer project LIFE Team. The team will be involved in health education and health checks, construction and maintenance projects, and conducting a summer camp for the children of Ca-Ira Children’s Village and the surrounding community. [GAiN Canada]


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! Current opportunities include Campus Staff for Athletes in Action and P2C – Students, Director of Church Planting for The JESUS Film Church Planting Strategy, and Administrative Assistant for Christian Embassy. [Power to Change]