First Peoples Voices Hits the Mark During COVID-19

For First Peoples Voices’ Crystal Lavallee and Bev Hadland, the world is at a standstill, but hope keeps moving.

9 Lessons From Social Distancing

“We were made for this” – Bruxy Cavey. Who knew that this quote would be more important than ever in these COVID-19 pandemic days.

We were made for this

On 100 Huntley Street’s first dedicated episode to COVID-19, Cheryl Weber and Mark Masri sat with Bruxy Cavey, Senior Pastor of The Meeting House and Jacob Birch, Director of Church Support in the Eastern District of the C&M Alliance in Canada, who share valuable insights on how to fight fear at this critical time.

Stories of Frontline Prayer Ministry

What is faith? I have read these scriptures many times, and have heard numerous sermons preached on them, but today it was different. It was like I was reading it for the first time. Verse 16 says, “In addition to all of these, hold up the shield of faith to stop the fiery arrows of the devil.” We are wearing the armour, but we must decide to pick up the shield — The shield of faith that protects us from the devil’s arrows.

Light in the Darkness

The primary function of darkness is to prevent you from seeing. In the wake of COVID-19, when all we hear, see, and talk about is crisis-related, many of us are left feeling defeated and hopeless. Consequently, the more we consume negative news and fix our gaze on our nation’s infection curve, the deeper into the darkness we fall.

Equipped

What is faith? I have read these scriptures many times, and have heard numerous sermons preached on them, but today it was different. It was like I was reading it for the first time. Verse 16 says, “In addition to all of these, hold up the shield of faith to stop the fiery arrows of the devil.” We are wearing the armour, but we must decide to pick up the shield — The shield of faith that protects us from the devil’s arrows.

Hope on an Unexpected Journey

I was alone in the house when the phone rang. It was my doctor. She had the results of my recent biopsy.