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Overwhelmed

The needs appeared impossible to meet after a major typhoon swept through the Philippines last year. But they weren’t.

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The God of the Impossible

March 27th, 2015|1 Comment

Tim Whatley recounts just one of the many times that God showed His powerful hand, and spared his daughter’s life.

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Meeting Needs When She Had Her Own

March 11th, 2015|Comments Off on Meeting Needs When She Had Her Own

In spite of difficulties, Dena McMaster always had a smile -- and a desire to serve God wherever she was.

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It’s More Than You Think

March 1st, 2015|Comments Off on It’s More Than You Think

It takes a team to reach remote people groups around the world with the gospel.

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Ken & Debbie Dewar

February 9th, 2015|Comments Off on Ken & Debbie Dewar

In 2010, we sensed that God was asking us to trust Him by taking a major step of faith. He had plans for our lives, a plan that included full time missions, but that meant leaving our old lives behind. Our prayer became: “Whatever it takes Lord, our lives are yours”, a prayer that we don’t regret.

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Connection Centre Renovation

After 45 years, the campus needs a new multi-purpose building to better serve the needs of our recruiting, equipping and sending. We are converting an old classroom building to meet this need.

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Emanate Training

Emanate is NTM Canada’s training program for believers interested in church planting among unreached people groups. At Emanate, students are equipped as part of a community that is committed to sacrifice, excellence and urgency for the Gospel. Teaching from field-proven theory, our trainers have been there and teach from firsthand experience.

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Photo Gallery

Take a look at the photo gallery from the Yagaria Bible dedication.

A lengthy procession of more than 3,000 people sang praises to God as they made their way to the area where they would sit through a  sun-scorched, five-hour Bible dedication ceremony.

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