The last two days have been quite the emotional . . .
It was so encouraging to see a full house on November 7th at our annual YFC banquet. As we took a look at how we could come alongside and support youth in our city, we quickly saw how each of us have a critical role in loving “our neighbours.”
They were chopping, slicing and stirring up ingredients to get the food ready for the…
That feeling you had when you received your first pay cheque?
I hope your summer is going well and that you are taking time to slow the pace down a bit, get energized and refocused for the fall.
A few weeks ago I had the privilege of joining other Londoners for a prayer breakfast at the Lamplighter Inn and Conference Centre.
Last week I was asked to come to the hospital by one of the families we work with at YFC. One of their family members was in palliative care due to cancer and they were requesting someone to come, meet and pray with them.
How many of us have driven up to an intersection and seen someone in the median, limping back and forth with a sign asking for help?
It was “Family Day”! The staff and volunteers had prepared the youth centre to receive many families from the community.
The wind was howling outside and the cold rain was pounding down, but the family gathered in the RV were together and safe in the midst of the storm.