“Recession. Re-flation. Restoration.” with Jonathan Wellum

“Recession. Re-flation. Restoration.” with Jonathan Wellum

April 21, 2020

As a result of the public health policy response to COVID-19, the global economy is experiencing the largest contraction in GDP in modern history. This has thrust the global economy into an economic recession/depression. Governments and central banks have responded with massive spending programs funded by record levels of debt coupled with an enormous expansion in the money supply.

Jonathan will be discussing some of the impacts and potential unintended
consequences of these dramatic actions. He will address the questions:
What are some of the impacts and potential unintended consequences of these dramatic actions?
As decision makers what approach might we take?
How do we begin economic and spiritual restoration?

CANCELLED – 2020 Couples’ Weekend Getaway: Montebello, QC

CANCELLED – 2020 Couples’ Weekend Getaway: Montebello, QC

March 27-29, 2020 – CANCELLED

Great marriages are built! Like a great house – on a solid foundation, lovingly crafted, updated and renovated over time.

A Weekend Getaway will strengthen your foundation – God’s way – and give you new tools to renovate your relationship.

For most couples it’s a chance to reconnect, re-establish the foundation and rekindle romance.

For others, it’s a fresh start.

For some, it will be the weekend that saves a marriage.

Wherever you’re at in your relationship, it’s a weekend to remember. The atmosphere is relaxed and warm, even fun. You’ll hear from real couples doing real life together… God’s way. You’ll be given time to process what you’re learning. And together, you’ll make a plan for a marriage that lasts a lifetime.

Roundtable: “Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” with Michael Ramsden

Roundtable: “Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” with Michael Ramsden

December 3, 2019

“Reconciliation in a Divided Culture” with Michael Ramsden

“Why is there so much bitterness in our society?” Mr. Ramsden has heard this question in Canada and in every place he has spoken in 2019 including the United Kingdom, the Ukraine, Australia, Hong Kong and Nigeria. He says, “Global culture seems to have converged on a very negative aspect. If the cry for justice is based on bitterness, even when you get justice, you are left with bitterness.” Is there an alternative? Come hear and interact with Michael Ramsden.