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Big Changes

Liza Imanzi, Pre-Med, Montreal, Que. There have been a lot of changes in Liza Imanzi’s life. Coming from Rwanda to Montreal in 2007 with her family was just the beginning. Raised by loving Catholic parents…

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Japan in Crisis: ADRA Responds

THE DISASTER “I feel so happy because I am alive and I have a house to live in. There are so many people in harsher conditions. ADRA providing food, twice, even once a day, makes…

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Helping Children in Calgary

Jacqueline Clarke had been watching 3ABN and discovered a new community services project called “It’s My Very Own: Bags of Love.” Bags of Love is a project that supplies the immediate necessities to displaced children,…

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Messenger Contest

For the first time in its history, the Canadian Adventist Messenger is holding a contest. Readers are being asked to carefully peruse the PRINT VERSION of our April 2011 issue to find our stylized ‘M’…

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ADRA at Work in Japan

Working closely with the local government, ADRA Japan is preparing for the management of displacement centres caring for some of the more than 370,000 children, women, and men who were evacuated from their homes that…

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800 and Counting

On Sabbaths, Alma Sparling is conspicuously absent from the lobby of the retirement facility where she lives. Any other day, she sits there knitting and chatting to visitors, residents and staff who pass by, but…

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“What We Think”: Young Adults on the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Canada

Putting action to its words, the SDACC Board of Directors invited a young adult representative to its recent year-end meetings to speak of the needs of that demographic of the church membership. Faith Calaminos, a…

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