We are very pleased to announce that Kyle Hubick has been accepted as a one year intern at Arrowhead Native Bible Center. Kyle will work with me (Grant) directly and be involved in every area of our ministry; administration, maintenance, planning, facilitating and operating our summer camp programs, conferences and social media. In addition to being exposed to all of the administration and function of the ministries at Arrowhead he will be assigned a number of books and a cross-cultural communications course as a part of his internship. Kyle will also be responsible to assist with a kids club and teen discipleship program at St. Mary's First Nation.
We are so excited to have Kyle moving here to work with us for this year. We would ask that you pray for Kyle as he prepares to come and after he arrives. Kyle will be living in "The Nest" cabin right here at Arrowhead, but he will need to raise $1200 a month of support to cover his expenses (ministry travel, accommodations, food etc.). Would you consider committing to support Kyle for a year as he serves at Arrowhead? Will you pray for the ministries here at Arrowhead and for Kyle as he interns?
This year marked the return of the NCEM General conference at Wilderness Edge Conference Center in Pinawa, Manitoba. We took the opportunity to visit our friends at Faith Bible Church of Winnipeg on our way through to Pinawa.
It is always a pleasure to connect with our mission family; to be able to do that with everyone at once is a nice opportunity. We enjoyed connecting with old friends and getting acquainted with new ones.
Ivy and Willow met this friendly RCMP officer.
Jason Boucher, Lucas Gabrielson and I (photobomb: Tim Whatley)
Albert and Barb Heal... lovebirds.
We all had opportunities to give reports to the mission family about our ministry centers. Here is Mark Dana reporting on Kwaya Kotage.
Ruth was pleased to be the short one in this photo.
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.