AGC News

Caring for the Pastor/Prendre soin du Pasteur

Posted by admin on May 3, 2011

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Over these next two months we are going to focus on the spiritual and emotional care of our pastors. Like all "people helpers", pastors and Christian leaders who shepherd others are prone to fatigue and burnout.


Focus on Discipleship

Posted by admin on March 31, 2011

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This month as we pray we are concentrating on what it means to be and to build disciples.

For those of us who grew up in evangelical churches the concept of disciple can not be divorced from our visual image of Jesus walking down the dusty road with twelve men following Him, listening to His every word. In fact, this is the real meaning of the word disciple-as one who follows a teacher.


Focus on Church Planting

Posted by admin on February 1, 2011

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The vision of the AGC is to be a movement of healthy, reproducing churches. To God's glory we strive for healthy spirit filled leadership for all of our churches in Canada. Over the past ten years more than thirty church plants have come into being.

This month, as we pray, I want to focus in on the AGC National Church Planting Commission. Our goal is to see at least five new churches planted every year. Yet to see that happen a number of important factors need to come together.


Update on Haiti... One Year Later

Posted by admin on January 17, 2011

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Please read the important update below from President Bill Fietje regarding the efforts in Haiti.

SVP lire l'importante mise à jour ci-dessous du Président Bill  Fietje concernant les efforts en Haïti.

Haiti Update 2011

Mise a jour Haiti 2011


President's Comments for the New Year...

Posted by admin on January 3, 2011

The AGC Ties to the Past… Foundations for the Present

Nearly one hundred years ago a group of pastors in the greater Hamilton district formed the first churches of what is now known as the AGC of Canada. From these humble but radical beginnings the AGC has now grown to 164 congregations in Canada and sister Associations in three countries outside of Canada.