REVEREND DAVID MAINSE, FOUNDER OF CROSSROADS/100 HUNTLEY STREET, DIES AT 81

BURLINGTON, ONTARIO – (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) – Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (Crossroads) announces with sadness the death of its founder, the Reverend David Mainse. Rev. Mainse passed away on September 25, 2017 at 81 years old after a five-year battle with MDS leukemia. Rev. Mainse lived the last years of his life (even while […]

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TICKETS ON SALE FOR SAVE THE MOTHERS’ GALA

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HAMILTON, ONTARIO — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Tickets are now on sale for Save the Mothers’ Annual Fundraising Gala. The event, which is Save the Mothers’ largest fundraiser each year, includes a dinner, silent and live auctions. It will be held Friday, November 17, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Paradise Banquet and Convention […]

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VOMC PREMIERES NATIONALLY TOURING STAGE SHOW

CROSS-CANADA TOUR – How does someone survive 14 years of torture, imprisonment and starvation? And how do they emerge from that smiling? At the end of September 2017, VOMC will be launching its national tour featuring a new stage play that enacts incredible true stories of best-selling author Richard Wurmbrand, while also addressing Christian persecution […]

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MENNONITE COALITION FOR REFUGEE SUPPORT CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY

KITCHENER, Ontario — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support (MCRS) is pleased to celebrate its thirtieth year as the leading charitable organization located in the Waterloo, Ontario Region that provides assistance to people seeking refuge through Canada’s refugee claim process. In an era when millions of people around the world are on […]

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COMPASSION CANADA PRESIDENT AND CEO, BARRY SLAUENWHITE, SET TO RETIRE IN OCT. 2019 – Board of Directors commends well-loved leader of ministry to children living in poverty

LONDON, Ontario — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Compassion Canada’s Board today announced that the organization’s longtime President and CEO, Barry Slauenwhite, will retire effective fall 2019. Slauenwhite will continue his leadership of the Christian child-focused charity as a diligent process to choose his successor continues. Once the decision is made, he will be available to […]

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