A Quick Chat About Christmas


We were just made aware that EFCC pastor, Chad Graham was part of a brief conversation about the real reason for the season hosted by CBC radio this morning.

To check it out, click here.

Nice work, Chad! We just never know whose curiosity might be piqued by hearing something like that.

Update from the Philippines

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This short excerpt comes from Melvin, our Asia Area Director.


I had the pleasure of spending several days with Jason and Andrea and their five boys, and can testify that there is rarely a dull moment. Jason’s primary ministry is Middle School Chaplain and Bible Teacher at Faith Academy.

His passion for ministry is contagious and I often think of his enthusiastic statement:

“I can’t believe that I get to do this for a living!”

Since the students of Faith Academy are primarily MKs we might assume that evangelistic opportunities are limited. That’s not the case, as already this year several of Jason’s students have professed Christ as their Saviour for the first time!

Many activities fill their days: language learning, home-schooling, building friendships with locals and other expats as well as the day-to-day challenges faced by living in the Philippines. Pray for this family as they adjust to a new life and ministry.

You can read and interact with Jason and Andrea’s blog by clicking here.

The Year-End Pulse!

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In our (admittedly biased) opinion, this is an amazing edition of the Pulse!

Hopefully this Christmas season, you’ll find a moment to engage with it, and consider the roles of the Holy Spirit in the way we live.

You can read it by clicking here.

And please share your thoughts as a comment below.

The Pulse is coming back to paper!

You will be able to subscribe for $25/yr for three editions a year.

If you would like to sign up for that, please call (1.877.305.3322) , or drop us an e-mail to get the ball rolling.

Some Potential Resolutions for the New Year?


The blog post below examines a top-ten list of signs of organisational health. It was written as a reflection of Patrick Lencioni’s latest book, The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business.

That book has become very important to us here at Home Office, and so this blog post might be useful to help guide new year’s resolutions for your church:

10 Symptoms of an Unhealthy Organization

Spoken Word Piece


This is a solid bit of writing, and well-presented too: