Join Us for Theological Summit 2013!

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You are invited to join us for the EFCC’s 2nd Theological Summit!

This year, we will be tackling this important topic:

Men and Women in Ministry

Understanding the Complementarian and Egalitarian Perspectives

All the details are available in our brochure, which you can download here:
Theological Summit 2013 brochure (~250KB)

Date:
Pre-Summit Session: May 13th, 2013
Theological Summit: May 14th-15th, 2013

Place:
Okotoks EFC
28 Westland
Okotoks AB
T1S 1T2

Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Robert Yarbrough
Dr. Philip Payne

Cost:
$100 (Pre-Summit Session is $10 extra)

Added incentive:
Register 5 people, and add a 6th person at no additional cost!
(To ensure that you receive this special price, you will need to register by contacting Home Office in person, rather than using the web registration below.)

Click here to register for Theological Summit 2013

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Planting the Seed in Nicaragua

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We love to present stories from the actual work being accomplished through the EFCCM’s World of Hope. This update is from Wally and Esther in Nicaragua. They are providing practical assistance in the area of agriculture, and one of their recent improvements is a seeder. The following is in their words:

“A good example of how this ministry continually gets blessed by others: A few weeks ago we had a father son team here from Lethbridge. Among other things, they helped design and put together a seeder that can be used behind a quad, oxen or horse, already it has been hugely beneficial for this planting season. This is an example of how we would like to see this ministry grow in helping the small farmer, a definite improvement from seeding their acres BY HAND.”

“The new seeder gets it’s first trial run, planting Andres’ bean crop, working great!

“At last we’ve been able to find improved, certified bean and corn seed and thanks to the donations from the seed program, we’ve been able to make these available to small farmers.”

Please join us in praying for Wally and Esther, that God would bless their work, and that he would continue to use them to sow the seed of Jesus’ life and truth in people’s hearts.

If you would like to specifically support this project, you can do so on our donation page — please list project code 2-2885AX.

PulseTV — Special Conference Edition

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In this edition of PulseTV, Bill and Rich take a moment to share some of our hopes for this year’s Conference. In it we answer questions like:

  • Who is Conference for?
  • What does Viral Leaders really mean?
  • Why are we so excited about Larry Osborne being the plenary speaker?
  • When is Conference?
  • Where is it?

Registration costs $175 per Conference attendee, and there are a few optional extras. You can find out everything you need by clicking here — that link will also lead you to the Conference registration page.

Oh, and if you haven’t seen the teaser video for EFCC Conference 2012 (below), you really should! We had a lot of fun making this one!

PulseTV — Intro to Leadership Development Catalyst

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We are privileged to introduce Dave as the Leadership Development Catalyst for the EFCC. He will be working with pastors, leaders and church boards to promote growth and health of relationships.

He brings a lot of ministry leadership experience to the role, and has already been assisting churches and pastors in vision-casting, and addressing leadership concerns.

Drop us a line if you would like to get involved in your church.

If you believe in the work that he’s doing, and would like to financially support him, you can use our donation page and simply include this code: 1-4260

PulseTV — Update from Ukraine

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The latest episode of PulseTV. Curtis was drawn to working in Ukrainian orphanages the first moment he experienced it. This short clip shares some of the need and some of the opportunities in Ukraine. He serves with his brother and and sister-in-law, Adam and Luba.

If you would like to support Curtis directly, you can use our donation page, and input the code 2-2874 — to directly support their work with orphanages, input code 2-2879.