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Homage to a compassionate and dedicated servant of God

Following 30 plus years of dedicated service to the church in Canada, Oliver Lofton-Brook, director of special projects and ministries, decided that it was time to retire. On June 16, the SDACC team along with…

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Creating the Future

Dr. Paul Brantley, Vice-President of the North-American Division for Strategic planning, was accompanied by his wife Lenore, and spent two days in Oshawa (June 14 and 15, 2011), assisting the Canadian entity leaders to develop…

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Planning together

For the first time the leaders of our ministries and services worked together with a common desire to find the best approach for the accomplishment of God’s mission in Canada. We not only had the…

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A time of prayer and recommitment at the Maritime Constituency Session – May 15, 2011.

After the final presentation of Elder John Fournier on Sunday May 15, regarding the vision for the Maritime conference for the next 4 years, we enjoyed a time of prayer and recommitment with the delegates.…

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Strategic Planning for the Maritime Conference

During three days of meetings at the Maritime Conference constituency meetings, May 13 – 15, 2011, Dr. Paul Brantley, NAD vice-president for strategic planning, guided delegates through the concept of excellence and provided a new…

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Sandy Lake Adventist Academy: A Special Program for Delegates

On Sabbath afternoon, May 14, the Sandy Lake Adventist Academy choir performed an excellent musical program. The delegates of the Maritime Conference Session enjoyed witnessing the dedication of these high school students, their quality of…

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Maritime Session: Re-election of Officers

On Saturday evening, May 14, the 47th Session of the Maritimes Conference re-elected John Fournier, president, Mogens Sorensen, Vice President for Administration, and Ed Sharpe, Vice-President for Finances, for the next quadrennial. On Sunday the…

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