Canadian Baptist Women of Ontario and Quebec

Live Magazine

live (formerly The Link & Visitor), an award-winning magazine published bi-monthly by the Canadian Baptist Women of Ontario and Quebec, is available in one of three ways:

  • Online edition (new and improved!)
  • Print edition
  • Audio edition

Paid subscribers of live automatically receive both the print edition and access to the online edition of the magazine. If you would like an audio copy of the magazine, please contact our office at or 416-620-2954.

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  • Behind The Cover: Fragments – March/April 2017

“Clay is that thing where the mistakes lend themselves to the making of something else, something perhaps more beautiful. Even the fumbles can be used.” Sharon Tiessen on her work Fragments.

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  • live feature: Bored? God Has Plans For You

f everything proceeds as planned, the House of Refuge in South Africa will open its doors for pregnant teenagers in the middle of 2016. The House of Refuge will help pregnant teens to become godly mothers. There is not support for pregnant teens in this community and the majority of them would choose abortion as […]

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  • “live” feature: Afflictions, Affiliates and Jesus

When you hope, be joyful. When you suffer, be patient. When you pray, be faithful. (Romans 12:12) There’s much to be said for trials. That they get us experiencing more of God, His grace and His strength tops the list. But . . . By Paul Carline.

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  • “live” feature: Empty Drums

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.”

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  • “live” feature: The Years of Small Things

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.

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