AGC News

Renewal as a way of Life

Posted by donna on March 7, 2012

2 Chronicles 7:14-15 “If my people…”

Each year, I pray toward setting a topic, a personal topic, which will have a lasting effect on the life of the AGC. For 2012 I would like us all to consider what it would take to see our churches across Canada become renewed and revived so as to touch our nation with a biblical spiritual awakening.


AGC Update - February 2012

Posted by donna on February 1, 2012

This month I am asking you to pray for our three days of AGC National Summit. Summit is a yearly gathering of our National Board members, the National Commission leaders, the Regional Commission members and the AGC staff. The purpose is to evaluate the performance of the past twelve months in order to help the AGC move toward accomplishing our vision of being a movement of healthy reproducing churches.


A Christmas Tale...

Posted by donna on December 2, 2011

Like so many of you all, I was raised in a rural setting. Those formative years shaped me and gave me a deep appreciation for life at many levels. Even before I was following Christ closely, I was never unaware of His work in my life. Mostly, God spoke to me by positive interactions with godly people who cared for me but also cared for others. They were people who lived their Christianity in very tangible ways.


Transitioning Well

Posted by donna on November 3, 2011

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One of the makings of a healthy Association and a healthy church is the number of pastors who stay in their churches for many years and are able to grow and change with the growth and change in that local church.

In the AGC, it is not uncommon to see a Senior Pastor ministering to the same local church for a long tenure often exceeding two decades and in some cases creeping toward and exceeding three decades in the same church with a good history of ministry.


Thanksgiving & Neo-Calvinism? Bill explains the link...

Posted by admin on October 6, 2011

The transition of seasons makes me 'reflect-full', especially at Thanksgiving. 

It is important to be thankful for all that God has given to us. Thanksgiving also reminds us of God’s creative handiwork as we observe the changing seasons. The cool weather days we readily enjoy before our Canadian cold returns in a few months.


Favourite Books

Posted by admin on September 19, 2011

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Our Best Friends

If you are like me, you would part with almost anything except your books. Books are not only tools of the trade for pastors, but friends as well. Books cheer, counsel, advise and empower us to be what we are. They are a constant source of correction and challenge and so we go to them again and again.


Regional Conference Wrap-up

Posted by admin on August 9, 2011

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Dear Team,

It is summer time and hopefully we are all getting opportunities to catch some down time.

For the AGC the last event of spring each year is our Regional Conferences.  Attendees at both conferences were heard to say "fantastic", “best ever", "over way too fast", and "I reconnected!" I fully agree!


Life Lessons from Golf...

Posted by admin on June 30, 2011

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Summer is now finally with us and it brings a good opportunity to take a break from the hectic pace of life often demanded by ministry.

Every week I receive a video instruction tip from a golf pro. Actually, I get instruction from two golf pros and believe me I really need all the help I can get. I do try and better my game by diligently watching these lessons and attempt to learn how to improve my putting, correct alignment or pitching.


An encouraging word...

Posted by admin on June 3, 2011

Want to be encouraged?? Watch this heart warming testimony from Dr. Frank Humphrey, Senior Pastor of Peoples Church of Montreal. Frank has been living with ALS for the last several years, and has a message of hope for all of us.

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Dear Team,

I once heard Chuck Swindoll say that "people do not care how much you know until they know how much you care." That may or may not have originated with Swindoll but it sure has impacted my life.