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Video interview of family who attended RE-VIEW.
Praying for MKs during a Crisis
Supporting business owners, management and employees as they face life’s realities at work and home.
Face to Face Care
People are the most important resource in any organization – and often the most challenging. Corporate Chaplains Canada can positively impact business culture by supporting HR in providing personalized care for people at times of greatest need. Our chaplains provide weekly on-site visits and confidential 24-hour crisis care.
Why a Chaplain?
Regular weekly visits build genuine caring relationships. By investing in their employees, our clients have seen improved morale, reduced work-place conflict, reduced personal and professional stress, reduced turnover, improved focus and productivity.
Expanding your Care
Our qualified and uniquely skilled chaplains will assist your pursuit of professional excellence by building trusting relationships with staff and management, coaching employees toward
What does the church look like when no one is attending? Do we identify the church by the location, facility, staff, programs, and services? If our understanding of the church is tied to these things, then the church may be facing a major crisis right now.
When we take public gatherings and large worship services out of the equation, we still have the people of God, scattered in society where they can be the church.
Pastoring isn't easy! And that was before COVID.
Pastor Trevor Berry speaks from his own experience to share 4 words that he believes every pastor needs to hear.
How to present the gospel to the Québécois without unnecessary religious trappings that can hide the beauty and the winsomeness of the love of God revealed in Christ.
Our communities are hurting. And let's be honest, we as leaders are too. This article includes 3 Resources for World Mental Health Day & information about the upcoming Church Mental Health Summit.
We think— sometimes naively—that it would be a better world without darkness. On one hand, God does not have anything to do with darkness, but, of course, light is the contrast to the dark.
As we grow, we develop a relationship with the physical darkness around us and become aware of spiritual darkness. We often wonder if any of God’s light can touch us there.