It was a pleasure to be able to take part in the Chipman Christmas Parade this year with all three of ANBC's vehicles. We distributed Gospel DVD's, Bibles and Gospel Literature. It was also great to be able to partner with Chipman Forest Avenue School to collect non perishable foods for the Chipman Community Care.
Some of the Hubick family and all of the Strout family joined us as we distributed Gospel materials. Grant drove the #CampTruck
Ed Small drove #BigBlueVan pulling the High School float while students from the school collected non perishables for the food bank.
The Christmas Craft market is a fundraising project that we run every November. This year the proceeds went toward the purchase of round tables for our dining room. We have found a set of tables that we will be able to purchase second hand for a fantastic price in August of 2018. The Craft Market was a wonderful success again this year!
CCI holds an annual conference for Bible Camps to meet and look at issues facing Bible Camping in Canada. It's always a great opportunity to get together and discuss important topics, but also to fellowship with other camp folks and learn together. This year the conference was held in Guelph, Ontario.
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.