It was a huge blessing to have our friend Paul Marshaller with us this month. We typically have a "Fall Work Week" in October and this year we were immensely blessed to have Paul join us once again. Along with servicing all of our equipment he took the time to share his truck with us and help us to retrieve a donation of 70 chairs for our chapel. Kingsway Assembly in Quispamsis, NB very kindly donated the chairs to Arrowhead.
Our lovely donated chairs loaded up behind Pauls truck and the ANBC canoe wagon.
It was a much more solid load than it perhaps looked. We made it safe and sound.
This fall we hosted our third annual Corn Boil and Pie Auction fundraiser. It's always a great deal of fun and we always enjoy the fellowship and laughter. This year we raised almost $2000 to go toward security cameras and signage for the camp buildings. A huge thank you to everyone who was involved in the event and came out to support the camp.
Lots of folks came in and enjoyed some turkey and corn!
We had 24 beautiful pies and cakes donated to auction off; final bids ranged from $25 to $100.
Rob McCready did a fantastic job of auctioneering.
Just mind the gap, is an expression of what we hope the Lord can use us for in this ministry. It has become more and more common to find huge gaps in ministry, places where there is
a need and no-one to fill that need. There is a great need for
labourers, and God calls His people to fill these gaps. It is our hope to minister, in whatever ways we can, to our neighbours, Canada’s First Nations people, that no-one might slip through the gap.