Created by Lorna Johnston on 9/17/2019 5:34:00 PM

The first Kairos Course in Canada was held in 2010. That start led to the launch of Kairos in Canada in late 2012 when the second class was held. From 30 alumni on January 1, 2013, today there are over 3000 graduates across Canada! 

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Awkward Questions

Created by Al McKay on 9/11/2019 5:00:00 AM

Often simple social situations give rise to awkward questions that, on the surface, seem innocent enough but, when examined more closely, actually reinforce the values of the Empire around us rather that the Kingdom of God.

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The Story of a Skeptical Manager & A Corporate Chaplain

Created by Chris Morris on 9/9/2019 5:55:00 PM

This is the story of a Skeptical Manager & A Corporate Chaplain...

Ronnie looked stern and grumpy seated in his big manager’s chair staring at me over the rim of his reading glasses.

“So what’s this chaplaincy program all about?”  He gruffed.  

I was being weighed, judged and grilled by the company’s new manager, like an uninvited guest at his BBQ party.  He sniffed the air and waited while I collected my thoughts.

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Love your (New) Neighbour as Yourself

What does it look like to love your Muslim neighbour as yourself? God is allowing global migration to bring people who have never had a chance to really consider the claims that Jesus Christ makes about himself, into situations where they can question and consider--accompanied in friendship by those of us who love Jesus and want to obey his command to love our neighbours. 

Is Competition a Biblical Value?

One Sunday morning in the church where I pastored, a family came to me and shared how some of their friends had left our church to go to another church: a "competitor church". They were completely distracted by their news. Does the Bible encourage us to compete with fellow believers? Is there such a thing as a competitor church?

A Three Act Play: "We are Wellness Chaplains"

God is a playwright who is deeply interested in character development; and he uses all sorts of plot twists and genres and devices, things we can see, in order to bring about the changes we cannot see.  Workplace chaplains remind people that the script of their lives is no accident, that there is meaning and purpose to the plot, the themes and the other characters in the play.  Enjoy this 3 Act Play!

Standing in the Gap for Burundi

Jean de Dieu is one of the key young African leaders of his generation.  Against the odds, he has pursued higher education, worked tirelessly many jobs that barely met his family’s needs, and eventually found himself leading a significant NGO in the country.  His commitment to his densely populated nation of over 11 million people (470 people per square kilometer) is remarkable. 

Why Missions Fail without Collaboration

We cannot afford to work alone. We accomplish far more, and the results are amazingly better, when we work together with others. Keep reading to find out 14 benefits of Collaboration in Missions. 


This is my Story: Fisherman to Fisher of Men

Meet Craig Kraft. The Executive Director of Outreach Canada. This is his story...

Growing up as a pastor’s kid seemed like a special privilege to me. I became a follower of Jesus at a very young age, and literally grew up in the church.

Conversations with a Chaplain

“I don’t know where my anger is coming from.”

Randy looked down intently at his French Vanilla Whipped Cream Extravaganza supersize coffee supreme as we sat at a Tim Hortons, not too far from his workplace.


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