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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SAVE THE MOTHERS SEEKS NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: FOUNDER PREPARES TO STEP INTO “AMBASSADOR” ROLE

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HAMILTON, Ontario—For 12 years, Dr. Jean Chamberlain Froese has made establishing Save the Mothers (an organization she founded) the centre of her life’s work. Now, as she prepares to step into an “ambassador’s” role at the end of this year, the international charitable organization (also known as STM) is seeking qualified applicants to assume her […]

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100 HUNTLEY STREET MARKS 40 YEARS OF DAILY CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING ON JUNE 15 WITH CELEBRATORY SHOW

Burlington, Ont. — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Crossroads celebrates God’s faithfulness and blessing over Canada’s longest running daily talk show 100 Huntley Street, now entering its 40th year of television ministry on June 15th, 2017. “Jesus is the reason we’re doing what we were doing. It’s not a denomination or a doctrine, it’s a […]

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#SHESNOTFORSALE HUMAN TRAFFICKING EDUCATIONAL AND CALL TO ACTION EVENT

YORK REGION, Ontario — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — On Tuesday evening, March 28, 2017, Springvale Church in Stouffville, ON will host a part-2 event to continue to shine a light in York Region on this dark and very pervasive issue. Last year’s event, which had 355 in attendance, focused primarily on Awareness. This year […]

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LOCAL CHURCHES IN INDIA MOVE TO SUPPORT CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND

BRAMPTON, Ontario — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — As Indian churches lose financial support for their work serving children living in poverty, Partners International is stepping in to help. Recent reports in Christianity Today magazine and elsewhere note that while 145,000 children in India have lost the support of Compassion International, they haven’t lost the […]

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