how Jesus would have lived, and it is a
At any rate, I appreciated the positive
angle on what the idealism of today’s
youth and young people have to offer.
Underneath all the cynicism and social
problems we really are searching for
people who care, who really, actually care,
and when we find that, let’s just say it’s
hard to get rid of us, even if you want to!
When a church is being the real deal
young people will show up. Just look at
Bob Birch’s church in the 1970s when all
the hippies started coming – all he did was
get his congregation to love on them and
show them Jesus, and the people came.
Today’s youth are no different.
Fort St. John, B.C.
College & Theological seminary in
Otterburne, Man., starting september 2014. The new eight-month
discipleship school focuses on
biblical study, experiential learning
and seeking God, and includes a trip
The Saskatchewan Association of
Theological Colleges, an initiative
to provide a united voice in promoting the credibility of theological
degrees. Partners include nipawin
Bible College in nipawin, Millar
College of the Bible in Pambrun,
horizon College & seminary in
saskatoon, Briercrest College and
seminary in Caronport and Bethany
College in hepburn.
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