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News and Highlights

  • Impacting Children in Restricted Regions Friday, April 6, 2018

    Recently, a global worker couple, ministering in a sensitive RAN (restricted access nation) region shared of the incredible work that is happening with outreach to children. Here's their testimony: Last week, we had two young ladies from our neighboring country come to stay at our home. They came with the purpose to learn more about children, and especially how to minister more...

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  • 4-14 - Mark Your Calendar! Monday, March 26, 2018

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  • God Moments Wednesday, March 21, 2018

    The 'W.' Family in Eurasia Our family lives in a place that has one of the most unreached people groups in the world. We live in a place where all our friends are Muslim. God has given us a real love for the people in our country. We are a family of four; mom, dad, daughter (17 years old) and son (15 years old). We have lived here for almost 3 and a half years. The longer we live he...

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  • Honduras Hope Camp Tuesday, March 20, 2018

    An interview with Leanna Colonna, a Global Service Representative with PAOC International Missionsby Jodey Hutchings Q: Leanna, you’re no stranger to the world of PAOC Missions. Tell me a little about how you came to work at the international office and what you are responsible for in your current role.​In 2014 I graduated from Schulich School of Business with my Bachelor of B...

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  • 4-14 Resource Feature for Kids Wednesday, February 28, 2018

    ​    ​Salvation Bracelets ​This is a great CRAFT IDEA for kids and families and these salvation bracelets are a very easy, effective way to share the gospel message. Beads and the rope or ‘leather’ for the bracelet can be picked up at most dollars stores.   ​ Directions:1. Cut the appropriate length of leather to fit around a child&rsq...

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  • Sharing God's Truth with Children Growing Up in a Post-Truth Society Tuesday, February 27, 2018

      ​A Post-truth generation. Who Cares?by Natalie Rogge For the month of April, the PAOC is focused on reaching the 4/14 Window – those between the ages of 4 and 14 years old, a time of life where children and young teens are most receptive to the gospel message.  This generation is known by a few other names such as iGeneration or the Post-Millennials. The most ...

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  • 4-14 Giving Challenge: Help Rohingya Refugees Monday, February 26, 2018

      Rohingya Crisis 'Q & A' from Bangladesh: ‘Nobody comes here for a better life. They have to be desperate’Article originally published by the Canadian Foodgrains Bank ERDO has been working with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank for over 35 years to help end hunger around the world. Through this partnership, currently over 170,000 Rohingya refugees are receiving...

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  • Global Worker Spotlight: The Walton Family in Malawi Tuesday, February 13, 2018

     Hi! We’re Jef and Renatta Walton. We have four children; they are Jasper, Hazel, Daphne and Finley. We live in a small country in Africa called Malawi. There are about 14 million people in Malawi, and about 1 million of those live in the capital city of Lilongwe. Within Lilongwe is a very poor neighbourhood called Kauma. The average person only earns about $2 per day. Most fa...

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  • Global Worker Spotlight: The W. Family in Southeast Asia Thursday, January 25, 2018

     Jonathan, Vera, Daniel, Paul, and Anna Hi, I'm Daniel,and we're the "W" family. I'm 10, my brother Paul is 7, and my babysister Anna is one year old. My parents are Jonathan and Vera. We've lived inAsia for ten years and just moved to another country a few months ago.Previously we were in Sri Lanka which was mainly a Buddhist country. Right now,we're in a place that's mostly i...

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  • Global Worker Spotlight: The Kenyamanyara Family in Tanzania Monday, January 22, 2018

     Hi everyone! We are the Kenyamanyara family! Our names are Julius (Dad), Jade (Mom), Ezra (oldest), Gabriel (youngest) and we live in Tanzania, Africa. The city we live in is called Mwanza, and it is right on Lake Victoria. We have lived here for about 3 and a half years now and its home to us! Ezra and Gabriel were both born in Canada but have lived in Tanzania for most of their l...

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