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the south, has been the largest receiver
of emergency feeding in the world for
many years running. Yet, as a direct re-
sult of initiatives led by Cal Bombay, 214
families have already been brought out
of poverty to total self-sufficiency with
food left over to sell, putting them on the
path to prosperity.”
That’s not the whole story. Some
1,600 other families have seen this
success and want the same. The only
industrial-sized flour mill is located
in fields run by the Savannah Farm-
ers Cooperative and these prospering
farmers. There is constant pressure for
greater efficiency and more tractors to
serve more people.
This is a place of proven results –
measurable success. Every dollar behind
this success has come from Canadian
Christians, with no government aid. If the
Church wants a safe and sure investment
in others’ lives, this is the place for it.
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Ministry is in the details
Church offices are scrambling these
days. It’s the details – and it’s hard to
Technology makes promises but often
fails to deliver. And with different ministries using different tools – and needing
answers now – they end up creating
multiple systems that don’t talk to each
other. Every initiative brings more chaos,
as new systems are introduced and old
ones can’t keep up.
Consider the alternative: a flexible but
integrated church information manage-
ment system, that pulls together various
information management needs and
expands to keep up with changing needs.
Churches, church camps and parachurch
organizations across Canada are finding
their solution in Sunergo Systems.
WELCOME YOUNG & BUCHANAN
This coming fall, Ambrose welcomes Terry Young
and Mark Buchanan to the Seminary faculty.
Pastors, Teachers, Authors and Leaders.
To learn more about our new professors,