In 1 Kings 19, the Lord speaks to Elijah in his defeated, tired and alone state. This is worth pausing to consider. Our God is a God who speaks and ministers to us in grace. In his grace, the Lord gently lets Elijah know that he is not alone, and that there is still more for him to do.
I believe we all long to be a part of something bigger than ourselves. We are most alive when giving ourselves to something that brings hope-filled change to the world. We all long to be part of a movement that renews the world and brings hope for the future.
Thank you for partnering with us in ministry. I am convinced that the biggest issue facing the church in Canada is engaging millennials with the gospel. Please watch the video to hear more about what God is doing in students’ lives, like Miranda.
“Dear students of Power to Change…” It is the start of the year and Sean Cullen, P2C-Students National Director has written a letter. Don’t miss reading these foundational truths and important reminders as you start this academic year.
Everywhere I go I seem to be having the same conversation over and over again. It’s a conversation that I find myself having with friends, partners, pastors, P2C staff and our student leaders. “The need is so great, but we are so inadequately supplied.”
When surrounded by masses of hungry people—soul-hungry students—how can we possibly feed them all? We are surrounded by students who are hungry and longing for love and purpose. If only we had better strategies, or more workers, or more funding, or more time, or energy, or more …
Do we really need more? Or do we need God to do something? Are we even ready for God to meet our needs? I think the story of the little boy who gave up his fish and loaves has something to teach us.