Housing Provided—Praise God!
“I personally think the Lord has outdone Himself, in the homes and locations He provided.”
Ethnos Canada to Serve the Inuit
As believers, we have the privilege of putting God on centre stage and sharing His story. For a small group of new missionaries, God is moving them and their children to Arctic Canada to do just that.
Introducing Gideon & Cassidy Willard
What is your purpose in life? If we are honest with ourselves, what motivates us in life is directly linked to what we believe our purpose is. Out of all the things that could motivate someone, there is only one thing that leaves a person fulfilled: doing what they were created to do.
Introducing Brandt & Lanie-Joy Whatley
How did we meet? Well, that’s the sweetest part. Picture a family fridge filled to bursting with school work and magnet keepsakes holding up old invitations and prayer cards. The Whatley family (including little Brandt) had a permanent place for their prayer card on the Smith family fridge (right beside Lanie-Joy’s newest drawing).
Introducing Rob & Hilary Bartholdson
In the well-known and loved passage of Hebrews 11, the author chronicles the lives of many individuals who, “by faith,” took steps of obedience to God and His Word. It was by faith Abel approached God, bringing an acceptable sacrifice. Abraham took literal steps of faith as he left his home, trusting God would keep…
Meet the Team Trusting God to GO to Arctic Canada
For a small group of new missionaries, God is taking His story and theirs to Arctic Canada. The team going north consists of Gideon and Cassidy Willard, Brandt and Lanie-Joy Whatley (Jaxon, Boaz, and Rilla-May), and Rob and Hilary Bartholdson (Theo and Jude).
Five Reasons to Teach Foundationally
When sharing Christ with a lost world, we must remember that no one is a blank page – everyone has preexisting beliefs that typically clash with God’s truth. If God’s truth is going to take root and produce healthy, lasting fruit within the listener, truth must be taught strategically and thoroughly. This is why Ethnos…
5 Reasons You Should Join an Indigenous Ministries Team
We live in a world that is dominated by the ubiquitous focus of self:My happiness. My independence. My success. And yet what God calls us to is selflessness and interdependence through teamwork. Our bodies are wonderful creations. Our heart pumps and we don’t think about it, our lungs breathe without thought, and when you pick…
A Special Kind of Challenge
The Indigenous people within Canada have been subjected to horrific abuse Often at the hands of men and women associated with “the church”. Children were wrenched out of their home and communities, often without their parent’s knowledge or consent, and placed in residential schools. Today, the suicide rates for Inuit youth are among the highest…