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Over 7,000 Ignite a Passion for Christ at this Year's Ontario Camp Meeting

Sabbath, June 16, was a high day as over 7,000 Adventists gathered at IGNITE Camp Meeting 2018 at the International Centre in Mississauga. Together, visitors of all ages were inspired to ignite their passion for Christ and set the world aflame with His love.

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School Resources and Food Bank Items stolen in Windsor Adventist Church Break-in

Pastor Junior Garcia says the suspect adjusted up to four security cameras before stealing food and electronics

Windsor Seventh-day Adventist Church is the latest area church to experience a break-in in the last few weeks [another being Walkerville Coptic Church on Friday, May 25].

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Supreme Court Decision a Victory for Religious Autonomy

Supreme Court Decision a Victory for Religious Autonomy

In a unanimous decision, released today, the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) has affirmed that church membership decisions cannot be judicially reviewed by civil courts except in very narrow circumstances. The Court stated: “In the end, religious groups are free to determine their own membership and rules; courts will not intervene in such matters save where it is necessary to resolve an underlying legal dispute” and that “even where review is available, the courts will consider only those issues that are justiciable. Issues of theology are not justiciable.”  


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Seeking Urgent Prayers for New Building for Crawford Adventist Academy - Peel Campus

Seeking Urgent Prayers for New Building for Crawford Adventist Academy - Peel Campus

In the summer of 2008, a fire destroyed  Crawford Adventist Academy - Peel Campus (then Peel Adventist School), the Brampton campus of the Toronto Adventist District School Board (TADSB). Since then, several issues have thwarted plans to rebuild, including insufficient funds and difficulty finding a safe, affordable and convenient location.
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The Ministry of Presence

The Ministry of Presence

Adventists Respond to Toronto Van Attack

Just a few weeks ago, on April 23, hearts around the world were broken after a rented Ryder van intentionally plowed down pedestrians on a busy Yonge Street sidewalk, leaving 10 killed and 14 injured. Eight women and two men died, ranging in age from 22 to 25. It was the worst mass murder in the history of Toronto and one of the worst in recent Canadian history. The motivation of the driver, Alek Minassian, 25, is still uncertain.

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