The View – People Care and Creation Care

Millennials (born between the early ‘80s to early 2000s) are now the largest generation in the workforce. So what do they think about creation care? Meet Benjamin McCullough and Miranda Crocket. Benjamin is a city kid turned farmer and the new coordinator of Cedar Haven Farm. Miranda is part of the team that co-founded

The Fishermen and the Sea

As soon as they can walk they spend time at the wharf and in the boat, stretching lines, painting buoys and helping seine the weir. They grow up, immersed in fishing as the way of life of their family, down through the generations. There are hundreds of small fishing communities in Atlantic Canada. I live in one of

Grassroots Heroes

Field of Dreams This past September, eight kids and seven parents from Lorne Park Baptist Church in Mississauga headed west to spend four days with the members of Brownfield Baptist Church in Alberta, their Canadian Foodgrains Bank growing project partner. For these urban families, the trip was an opportunity to teach their kids about


mosaic recently asked three churches from across the country to share their refugee sponsorship experience - RiverCross Church in Saint John, New Brunswick; Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church (SCBC) in Ontario; and First Baptist Church in Dauphin, Manitoba. mosiac: How has the experience of your church in sponsoring/welcoming refugees to your community? RIVERCROSS: We sponsored

Merry Christmas From Our Home to Yours

We want to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a joyful and peace-filled New Year.  Thank you for your prayers, your encouragement and for participating with us in God’s mission in Rwanda. Looking forward to 2017 . . . To a new project year We both enjoy