At Arrowhead it is our hearts desire to see the Gospel of Jesus Christ clearly and fully proclaimed to the First Nations people of Atlantic Canada. In the book of Matthew the great commission was given to the local church, as Christians we have a burning desire to see the gospel communicated and to see people come to repentance and faith in the God of all creation. There are so many things that can complicate the effective communication of God’s Truth, that it is not only worth our while; but an exercise in obedience to examine just how we can ensure that when we proclaim the gospel, that it is being understood clearly.
I really believe that the Circle Summit achieved our goal and gave us an opportunity to examine just what is involved in obeying the great commission in a cross cultural setting, and doing so in a way that is as glorifying to God as it is effective.
These missionary ladies served everyone in the kitchen for the conference.
Fellowship is always a fantastic part of conferences at ANBC.
Berea came all the way from Nova Scotia to serve in the kitchen.
These First Nations believers took part in a very helpful discussion panel, if you missed it you'll want to be sure to get the video.
Sean Crowe addressed us about the parachurch and how it can be obedient to the local church and the great commission.
NCEM missionary Phil Welch shared with us his passion for the Gospel and the need for it to be effectively communicated in Atlantic Canada.
Most of our speakers took part in a discussion panel on Saturday morning for the conclusion of the conference.