After 14 years as a senior executive with the Jim Pattison Group and several years in leadership at Power to Change, Rod Bergen is named president of Power to Change Ministries.
For the first time in its history, Power to Change – Students begins the school year with a ministry presence in every province in Canada. There are now ministries on 60 campuses across the country.
Power to Change partners with More Than Gold and other like-minded ministries to share the gospel message in Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
DRIME is a ministry that began in Vancouver using drama as a unique form of street evangelism. Today, they have teams established across the globe using drama to spark conversation about the Gospel in their communities.
Campus Crusade for Christ, Canada changes its name to Power to Change Ministries to reflect its wide breadth of ministries. The final phase of the ministry headquarters is also completed.
Connecting Streams officially launches to equip and mobilize the church to reach society’s marginalized.
Leonard Buhler leaves his business in Manitoba to become president of Campus Crusade in Canada.
Campus Crusade partners with churches for the “Power to Change” campaign. This was a media-driven campaign that shared the gospel across major cities in Canada and to other parts of the world.
Global Aid Network (GAiN) is launched, bringing humanitarian aid, clean water, disaster response, and development to areas in need around the world.
Cities of the World was a cooperative initiative of the ministries which focused on partnering with local churches, businesses, and political leaders of various cities in order to reach the populations. The first Cities of the World project exposed 15 million to the gospel in Columbia. Right after that, the project continued to reach cities in [...]