#TGIM Movement
Paul Bartlett explains why we should be thanking God it’s Monday because Sunday isn’t enough WATERLOO, ON – March 4, 2019 — TGIF (Thank God It’s Friday) is a phrase heard in offices around the world to celebrate the end of another work week demonstrating we live in a culture that celebrates Fridays and dreads Monday mornings.
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WATERLOO, ON – February 21, 2019 — Children living in poverty with disability are among the poorest in the world. They are often isolated, cut off from friends, community, education, healthcare and a promising future. To have the greatest impact on the lives of children and allow them to experience real, lasting change, Canadian Christian international agency,
2019 World Watch List in Ottawa
List launch events will be held in Ottawa on January 30 WATERLOO, ON – January 16, 2019 — For almost 30 years, Open Doors has published the only instrument that measures the persecution of Christians, annually – the World Watch List (WWL). The WWL is a ranking of the 50 countries where it is most difficult to
Compassion International Celebrates Churches While Marking a Major Milestone
Church partners now care for two million children registered in Compassion’s child development program WATERLOO, ON – January 4, 2019 — Compassion International reached a major milestone in its 66-year history over the Christmas season, announcing two million children are now registered in its programs worldwide. These two million children are being loved, protected and cared for
One Dominion
Bible League Canada resource wins first place in Self-Published, Adult Non-Fiction category WATERLOO, ON – November 13, 2018 — The New York Book Show is dedicated to featuring the best in book design and production with hundreds of submissions across seven categories being received and evaluated by a panel of judges. Bible League Canada was awarded first
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From Acorn to Mighty Oak

Graf-Martin Communications celebrates 10 years of growing great ideas WATERLOO, ON – October 30, 2018 — What does it take to build a business that beats the odds? With Canadian statistics revealing that only 16 per cent of small to medium-sized enterprises are owned by women, alongside discouraging rates of new business failure by the fifth year,
See Hear Love
“See Hear Love” Season Four to premiere on October 29, 2018 WATERLOO, ON – October 23, 2018 — See Hear Love was born out of Melinda Estabrooks’ dream to build a new, engaging web show, with the hope of connecting Canadian women to an online destination with the message that they are seen, heard and deeply
The Compassion Experience
The Compassion Experience Comes to Brampton, ON from October 12 – 15, 2018 WATERLOO, ON – October 10, 2018 — More than 700 million people in developing countries live on less than $3.00 per day, facing challenges and living in conditions most Canadians never will. Compassion International’s The Compassion Experience is making a four-day stop in the Greater-Toronto area, and
Compassion Canada - International Day of the Girl
Compassion Canada Honouring International Day of the Girl on October 11, 2018 WATERLOO, ON – October 2, 2018 — For the most part, women living in Canada can access needed services, products and resources with ease – but Compassion Canada knows that is not the case for women living in the 25 countries they’re active in. In
Little Women
“Little Women” Celebrates 150-Year Anniversary WATERLOO, ON – September 6, 2018 — Reading Louisa May Alcott’s timeless 19th-century novel, Little Women, has acted as a rite of passage for girls for 150 years. Devoted fans will be drawn to theatres this fall as Pinnacle Peak Pictures releases the first-ever modern cinematic retelling of the classic story.