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Praise & Prayer

  • Pray that many men and women would register with our Adult Education Centre to obtain their grade 12 education in a Christ centered environment.


  • Praise the Lord for our recent free give away and BBQ at the Family Life Centre.  We blessed the community with a variety of household items and gave away over 50 Bibles.

  • Pray that, in the last month of camp, children would open up their hearts and minds to a relationship with Jesus and commit their lives to follow Him.

  • Praise the Lord that at the Charis Centre we were able to have our first ever resident led praise and worship service, consisting of Bible reading, a skit and singing.  Jesus's name was lifted up and all the women in the recovery program were involved in the service.

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We Did It!

June 29th was a big day for the Faith Learning Centre. Five adults were recognized for finishing all of their Grade 12 requirements, and in the presence of family, friends, teachers and a local MLA, were graduated!

This was not an easy road for the five. Circumstances and the difficulties of life became a barrier in efforts to finish High School at the age when most graduate. But they all persevered, and at long last, received that coveted diploma. Some were in their 30's, others in their 40's, but that didn't matter – it was as if they were 18 that day! 
The valedictory address was given by a Mom, who shared that her desire to be a positive role model for her daughter was part of her motivation to finish High School. 

Congratulations to all the graduates. Your day was an encouragement to all of us!
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