the help of volunteers and long hours,
icEJ canada has grown fourfold in its
membership, icEJ aiD funding and
educational outreach. Building bridges
between the christian and Jewish communities through speakers and common
projects, holbrook also encourages
many to visit israel, especially young
adults, whose lives she has seen transformed.
icEJ canada aid & Development is a
canadian registered charity.
Servants for hard places
From its beginning in india in 1852,
interserve sent women as doctors,
nurses and teachers to meet the needs
of women and girls living in zenanas – the
isolated women’s quarters of the houses.
For almost one hundred years, women
served with the Zenana Bible and Medical
Mission in hospitals, schools, orphan-
ages and special needs homes.
new life Girls’ home
Women Serving Women
For 23 years, New life Girls’ home (NlGh)
has welcomed hurting and broken women
through its doors. For people burdened
with life-controlling issues such as eating
disorders, destructive sexual behaviours,
cutting, self-harm and addictions to drugs
or alcohol, New life Girls’ home has
sometimes been the last hope.
Based in a farm house in consecon,
Ont., this christian residential discipleship program that provides christ-cen-tred leadership, mentoring and teaching
has witnessed many a miracle. program
director charmaine Kofler said, “This
is the best job in the world. i get to see
God’s hand at work every day. Working
with the staff and young women at New
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eleanor irwin has erved interserve since 1955 in various roles, including board chair, following in the footsteps of her grandmother, Mary Malcolm, and her mother, Gladys Gray. We serve with our God given skills & abilities. Get involved!
Our Vision – to see lives / communities transformed
amongst the peoples of Asia and the Arab world.
Tel.: 416-499-7511 1-888-269-1311 Fax: 905-248-1208
We build leadership confidence in women by...
Integrating leadership development
and Christ-centered spirituality
NextLEVEL Leadership is an innovative
learning organization at the forefront
of Leadership Development for women
Working with God to
set captives free
New Life Girls’ Home offers a residential Christian program for young
women aged 18-30 years old, who
have life controlling problems such
as drug /alcohol addiction, sexual
trauma, eating disorders, self-abuse
including cutting, and other compulsive behaviours.
Focusing on loving, Christ-centred nurturing, students in the
program are offered intensive Christian education, one-on-one Biblical
discipleship, life-skills training, and
ministry opportunities. New Life Girls’
Home is a Christian ministry and is
registered as a non-profit charity. We
do not receive any government funding and rely totally on individuals,
groups and churches to support us.
Box 149, Consecon, ON K0K 1T0