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Canadian church honored for service

NEPEAN, Ontario, Canada (BP)--From handing out coffee and hot chocolate at intersections to cleaning up after the local Christmas parade, Sequoia Community Church members have made service an integral part of their mission since the Ottawa-area church was born about nine years ago.

Canadian Baptists approve name change

CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Edward Island, Canada (BP)–Messengers to the Canadian Convention of Southern Baptists annual convention overwhelmingly voted to change the convention’s name to the Canadian National Baptist Convention, culminating a process that began four years ago. Messengers also approved a church to church covenant which Jeff Christopherson, outgoing convention president, said defines the “substance” of […]

Missionary work increasingly challenged as value of U.S. dollar continues to weaken

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Reaching this year's $150 million Lottie Moon Christmas Offering goal certainly will help Southern Baptist missionaries reach out to the lost -– and deal with the weakening American dollar.

Canadian Baptists report record number of volunteers

COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--A record number of volunteers assisted Canadian Convention of Southern Baptists churches last year, with the number of volunteers serving in Canada doubling from 2001 to 2002.

Pastor wants to start Baptist church in Baghdad

The Jaro family
   TORONTO (BP)--Finally, the missiles stopped falling from the sky as the 1991 Persian Gulf War came to an end.
   The Iraqi army, which had invaded neighboring Kuwait so confidently the year before, was disintegrating under the pressure of American and other Allied forces sent to extract Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's forces from the tiny Persian Gulf nation.

Canadian Baptists posting record year for new churches

COCHRANE, Alberta, Canada (BP)--The Canadian Convention of Southern Baptists has started a record number of new churches this year and continues to advance toward its goal of 1,000 churches across Canada by 2020.

Canadian Baptists’ fellowship, missions expanding in Quebec

MONTREAL (BP)--From location to language to leadership, the Canadian Convention of Southern Baptists has tallied a number of firsts.

Couple’s dreams for arts community have been ‘percolating’ 25 years

MONTREAL (BP)--Imagine a church where an original oil painting, a musical lament or a basket of colorful fruit can help launch a spiritual discussion and facilitate a meaningful worship experience in which artists are valued as communicators whose messages can sometimes penetrate the human soul on a level deeper than words.

Montreal’s immigrant mix reflected in Canadian ‘autoroutes’ 10 & 40

      MONTREAL (BP)--Turn back to the Canada section of almost any road atlas, search for the province of Quebec and then look for a map of Montreal.
      Standing out are two highways -- "autoroutes" in Quebec -- 10 coming from the south and 40 going east-west across the island of Montreal.
      The autoroute numbers symbolize the increasing role the largest city in the mostly French-speaking Canadian province of Quebec plays as home to immigrants representing many of the world's ethnic groups, including newcomers from what missions experts call 10-40 Window countries.

Vision for new church emerges after 20 years of yearning

ST. JEAN IBERVILLE, Quebec, Canada (BP)--From all appearances, it looks like a normal "Experiencing God group meeting -- about 10 people sitting around a rectangular table in a rented Scouts building discussing ramifications of prayer.