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Centre Fellowship Church in Orangeville, Ontario is looking for a full time lead pastor to shepherd a flock and provide leadership to a variety of ministries. More details can be found at

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You may have never worked at a church before, but if you love Jesus, love kids and are happy to roll up your sleeves and learn on the job – this might be for you! St. Paul’s Bloor Street is a growing and diverse Anglican church located in the heart of Toronto, and we are looking for our next Children’s Minister. The Children’s Minister is a relational Christian leader who prays and interacts with the children and serves within our Families Ministry Team. This role is one of nurturing our children as followers of Jesus and teaching the rhythms of Christian life.

The Board of Directors of Christian Higher Education Canada invites applications for an Executive Director. This part-time role begins September 4, 2024. For more information and to apply, see the position description on the CHEC website at

Arlington Woods Free Methodist Church is searching for a new lead pastor. Read the church profile and job profile. Apply by Feb. 27.

Rocky Mountain College, a Bible College that develops Christian leaders for ministry through a learning model, is looking for its next president. He or she needs to be a strong Christian with good leadership, team building, as well as savvy business skills. For more information contact:

Zion Church in Oshawa is hiring a Worship Coordinator! For a job description or to apply, please visit

Balmoral Bible Chapel is a local church in Red Deer, Alberta, with over 90 years of history and a focus on remaining true to the Scriptures while adapting to cultural changes. The congregation is primarily composed of an older demographic with some younger families and a high level of volunteer involvement. The church is currently led by an eldership, deacons, and a senior pastor who will be retiring in 2023. The congregation is seeking a senior pastoral staff member to serve and lead them into the future, as they strive to become an outward-focused, multi-generational fellowship and continue ministering to the whole family. Full details and information on how to apply are available on 

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A brief Christian guide to finanacial stewardship

Money stands as a placeholder for the value of the things we work hard for. As such, it should be stewarded carefully. This book explains practical methods to save money and grow it by reducing expenses and making good investments.

Yet it is not for the love of money, but for the ways we can express our love with money that we should labour to employ these methods. Exhortations from the Gospel are given with Scripture references to find financial success not merely in the sustenance of your own life, but in the opportunity to do good by helping to build God’s Kingdom on earth.

Quirky anecdotal references, and age-old but fading adages of financial wisdom, fill the book, which is written in clear conversational prose. It is a quick and informative read.

Author John Carter founded and managed a successful student housing business between 2007–2016. He holds a BSc (Hon) from the University of Toronto, and he has always been interested in managing personal finances successfully. He lives in Peterborough, Ont., with his wife Sheila and son James.

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