pew. [Admonishment] is another evangelical word we seem to have forgotten, and
worse still another scriptural practice we
seem to have laid aside. I can recall with
appreciation words of admonishment received from pastors, song leaders and other
brothers and sisters in our local assembly.
These words were given in Christian love
with patience, gentleness and concern for
my Christian life. A brother in Christ said
it plainly some years ago in reference to
church leaders when he proclaimed, “There
is not enough demanded of us.”
Conception Bay South, N.L.
tions, the site (known as Evergreen
for the past 30 years) is the most visible and best known, having been in
continuous use to serve the poor of
Toronto since 1904. The purchaser,
a private equity real estate company, has agreed to a closing date of
september 2016 to allow for a careful
transition of the ongoing outreach
and ministry to the street-involved
youth currently served from the
Plans by Trinity Western university,
a Christian university in langley,
B.C., to establish a law school can
now move ahead, with the planned
first class to commence in 2016,
after approvals were received in
December from the Federation of
law societies of Canada and the B.C.
Ministry of Advanced Education.
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