live feature: Bored? God Has Plans For You

2017-05-10T10:08:12+00:00 June 27th, 2016|Live Magazine|

In spring 2016, CBWOQ supported the set-up of Ntlo ya Setshabelo (House of Refuge) through a New Initiatives grant. Read Aimee's thank you letter to CBWOQ here. You'll get a sense of how important Ntlo Ya Setshabelo's ministry is to vulnerable girls. This article first appeared in the January/February 2016 issue of live magazine.  Since this [...]

“live” feature: Empty Drums

2015-05-18T19:06:11+00:00 May 18th, 2015|Live Magazine|

Former Canadian Baptist missionary Paige Byrne-Mamahit talks about living in the light. "What I understand today is that living in the light means wanting to and learning how to read the secret character of hunger; choosing to bargain up, not down with a rattan mat vendor who hasn’t eaten in who knows how long."

“live” feature: The Years of Small Things

2015-03-16T00:41:29+00:00 March 16th, 2015|Live Magazine|

Have you ever wondered if perhaps God had intended you for bigger things or that perhaps your chance at leaving a mark on this world has passed you by? Depending on how your life has played out, you may be experiencing some disappointment. By Rev. Suzanne Wilkinson.

Keep It Alive January/February 2015 Bible Study

2014-12-23T15:49:08+00:00 December 23rd, 2014|Live Magazine|

This is the January/February 2015 Keep It Alive Bible study . . . a study that only runs in live magazine. We're offering it here to give you a chance to sample the content that runs in every issue of live magazine. And because there was so much great content in our January/February issue, we had to move this study online.

live feature article: Joy at “our” Jordan

2014-11-05T13:05:08+00:00 February 27th, 2014|Live Magazine|

Precariously perched on the steep and slippery bank of the “Jordan” (our nickname for the river in Spitak, Armenia), I carefully helped one person out of the cold, swift current before the next one stepped in. A few of us who crowded the bushy and muddy slope stretched our hands out to guide 16 men and women in and out of the river during a baptismal service I will likely never forget.