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Caring for People with Mental Illness with Dr. Sharon Smith
August 08, 2012 12:29 PM PDT
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Sharon will be speaking at the Creative World Festival this weekend, August 10-12 in Mission, BC. Here's her Bio from the folks at the festival:

Sharon Smith is the co-founder and co-executive director of Sanctuary, a non-profit that assists Church communities to become places of welcome and care for people living with mental illness. Sharon is currently adjunct faculty at the School of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy and she consults for Vancouver Community Mental Health services where she assists mental health professionals to integrate spirituality into mental health care.

For a taste of Sharon's workshop have a listen! Festival and Sharon's workshop are going to be great!

Dr. George Durance - Teach Beyond
June 25, 2012 06:50 PM PDT
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TeachBeyond was born on the western Canadian prairies in 1954, when Leo Janz committed himself to bringing the Biblical message of hope to post-war Germany. Today the founding Janz association is known as TeachBeyond. Its primary emphasis is on educational initiatives, such as English language camps, professional seminars, and schools, including Black Forest Academy, which was founded in 1956.

Over three hundred workers serve with TeachBeyond in countries from Southeast Asia to northern Africa, Brazil and various countries in Europe.

The name TeachBeyond reflects the organization’s commitment to teaching beyond one-dimensional, utilitarian forms of education to a comprehensive, holistic form of education.

See: http://www.teachbeyond.org

Lille Gard Festival with Nico Boesten
June 14, 2012 08:46 PM PDT
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The 3rd annual Lille Gard Festival (June 30 – July 1, 2012) is a family-friendly festival organized by TribeHouse Artist Collective which will feature visual arts, activist speakers, spoken word, and of course all the music your ears can handle with a theme of Arts, Faith, and Justice.

See: http://www.lillegardfestival.com

Jonathan Livingstone - Dalit Freedom Network
June 12, 2012 06:39 PM PDT
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Jonathan is committed to loving, serving, and bring present with those who are on the margins. Jonathan is the East Vancouver Area Director for Youth Unlimited working with Youth who are facing the challenges of homelessness, poverty and addiction. Jonathan's wife Suzi is the Communication Director for Dalit Freedom Network which is an organization working towards the freedom and liberation of the Dalit people. He currently lives in the downtown East side and love being part of that community. Jonathan is also the Managing Director of the Creative World Festival, which is a grassroots christian festival celebrating arts, justice and spirituality."

Websites

www.eastvanyu.ca

www.dalitfreedom.net

www.creativeworldfestival.org

Creative World Festival with Jonathan Livingstone
June 12, 2012 04:37 PM PDT
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Jonathan is committed to loving, serving, and bring present with those who are on the margins. Jonathan is the East Vancouver Area Director for Youth Unlimited working with Youth who are facing the challenges of homelessness, poverty and addiction. Jonathan's wife Suzi is the Communication Director for Dalit Freedom Network which is an organization working towards the freedom and liberation of the Dalit people. He currently lives in the downtown East side and love being part of that community. Jonathan is also the Managing Director of the Creative World Festival, which is a grassroots christian festival celebrating arts, justice and spirituality."

Websites

www.eastvanyu.ca

www.dalitfreedom.net

www.creativeworldfestival.org

Jonathan Livingstone - Working With Teens on Vancouver's East Side
June 12, 2012 02:47 PM PDT
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Jonathan is committed to loving, serving, and bring present with those who are on the margins. Jonathan is the East Vancouver Area Director for Youth Unlimited working with Youth who are facing the challenges of homelessness, poverty and addiction. Jonathan's wife Suzi is the Communication Director for Dalit Freedom Network which is an organization working towards the freedom and liberation of the Dalit people. He currently lives in the downtown East side and love being part of that community. Jonathan is also the Managing Director of the Creative World Festival, which is a grassroots christian festival celebrating arts, justice and spirituality."

Websites

www.eastvanyu.ca

www.dalitfreedom.net

www.creativeworldfestival.org

Sean Hall - What Did Jesus Do?
April 16, 2012 04:54 PM PDT
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On the greatest day of Jesus' life and the days following, what did he do? If ever there was a time for making a "splash", these were the days. The empty tomb, the claims by followers that they saw him, risen! What an opportunity to go after the attention of everyone in Jerusalem.

What would you have done? How would you use the power, if you had been given all power and authority?

This may be the best Easter challenge you've ever had!

Craig Greenfield - Servants
March 22, 2012 05:11 PM PDT
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Craig Greenfield is the author of The Urban Halo,
co-author of Living Mission: the vision and voices of
New Friars and the International Coordinator of Servants to Asia's Urban Poor (Servants) – a fast growing movement into the slums and inner cities of the world (see www.servantsasia.org).

Craig and his wife Nay spent 6 years living in slums in Phnom Penh, Cambodia where they established Project HALO and Big Brothers & Sisters. Since 2006 they have been pioneering a new Servants community in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, Canada. A place described by the UN as “a 2km stretch of decaying rooming houses, seedy strip bars and shady pawnshops." Their ministry in the Downtown Eastside is with people struggling with addiction and homelessness.

Behind The Music: The Incredible Story of Jacob and Lily
November 11, 2010 03:23 PM PST
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Fuel Radio Music: Tell us the incredible story of how Jacob and Lily got their start.

Gary Adolphe: Started out experimenting – no pressure Recorded, toured, started touring with Caleb Friesen Gary at home paying bills. Gary got laid off, and on the day he got laid off Karla was starting to record “Cathedral” Sold their house, bought a bus and went on tour. January ’07, four month tour and went for it.

Fuel Radio Music: When did the meet Ben and Robin from Enter the Worship Circle?

Karla: Karla sent a business plan by e-mail to Ben Pasley Ben responded a year later and invited communication! Went down for a weekend of song writing and being creative 2004. Stayed in touch, asking questions. 2007 on tour in Colorado was invited to engage in a family way

Robin: Loved Gary, Karla’s and Caleb’s heart Went on tour together in Minneapolis

Karla: Gary and Karla eventually moved down to Colorado in 2009. Fears it’s the pinnacle of her life. A really rich time.

Song: “I’ll See You Off” off the “Cathedral” CD (Jacob and Lily)

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Fuel Radio: Behind the Music with Robin Pasley and Gary and Karla Adolphe
November 04, 2010 10:58 AM PDT
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Fuel Radio: Behind the Music is a series of interviews and music with some of favorite musical artists. Gary and Karla Adolphe (Jacob and Lily) and Robin Pasley (“Chair and Microphone” and “Enter the Worship Circle”) have collaborated on “Chair and Microphone 3” and “Enter The Worship Circle.” The interview takes place in ton jour spa while Robin is getting a pedicure.

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