Following Faithfully: Stephanie

by Stephanie Dyck | Contributing Writer As Power to Change celebrates its 50th anniversary, there are a multitude of stories to share. God’s faithfulness can be seen through each of these accounts. Below is one such example from Stephanie Dyck, an International Representative of the Christian Embassy. It made no sense to me. It seemed [...]

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Impact Players

by Danielle Kinvig | Staff Writer From homeless shelters to hospitals, Athletes in Action (AIA) delivered messages of true strength during the 2017 Grey Cup week in Ottawa. At 6’5”, 265 pounds, Craig Roh is an imposing figure—even more so when he’s fully decked out in his helmet, shoulder pads and cleats on a BC [...]

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Undone

by Stephanie Cooper | Staff Writer The JESUS film is the most widely watched, most translated film in human history. Viewed by nearly 7.7 billion people worldwide and presented in over 1,600 different languages, more than 530 million people have indicated decisions for Christ since its creation in 1979.* The following account is based on [...]

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Ministry Question – DRIME

“Evangelism is to reflect Jesus in every way I can. It is to love people and live out the forgiveness and grace I have found in Christ. It’s not always easy, but it’s what we’ve been called to do: love God and people.” Guillermo Galeano Villalba Asunción Team Leader (Paraguay) "When I evangelize, [...]

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Inspiring Nations

by Stephanie Cooper | Staff Writer Stepping into Ambassador Bálint Ódor’s Ottawa office, it is easy to sense the pride he takes in representing his home country of Hungary. His workspace is immaculate and well-organized, tastefully accented by Hungarian cultural decor. He greets his guests warmly, projecting a dignified demeanor. The 42-year-old economist and European [...]

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Staging the Conversation

On street corners in Vancouver, Nairobi and Hong Kong—among others—Disciples Ready in Mobile Evangelism (DRIME), a ministry of Power to Change, uses drama to proclaim the gospel and spark spiritual conversations amidst the gathering crowds. Power to Change magazine sat down with Guillermo Galeano Villalba, a performer and leader of the DRIME Paraguay team, to [...]

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2017 – Neil and Sharol Josephson

Neil talks about FamilyLife and what it looks like, working side by side with his wife Sharol, as a ministry seeking to equip spouses in their marriages and family in today's society: FamilyLife used to be about just coming to the weekend getaway or just watching our TV show, but neither of those fit with [...]

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Following Faithfully: Dorrie Manu

By Dorrie Manu As Power to Change celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, there are a multitude of stories to share. God’s faithfulness can be seen through each of these accounts. Below is one such example from a staff member of Power to Change – Students, Dorrie Manu. When I arrived at the Queen’s University [...]

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Reaching Out Beyond the Walls of the Church

Connecting Streams is a catalyst that helps the church reach out intentionally to the marginalized — currently in Edmonton, Langley and Ottawa. Donna Mitchell, Connecting Streams' National Director, recently sat down with Power to Change to talk about the ministry. P2C: How did Connecting Streams start? DM: Connecting Streams was started in October 2006 through [...]

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Intangible Meets Unchangeable

Sociologists, marketers and journalists are hurriedly trying to define the next generation of young adults, namely those born after 1995. Labelled “Generation Z,” they have already been dubbed with various nicknames: the iGeneration, the Plurals or the Post-Millennials. Whatever the moniker, this group of young people is set apart by its unique characteristics—they are known [...]

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