Argyle Road Baptist is part of the Canadian Baptists of Western Canada, a Christ-centered community of churches that exists to equip the local church by cultivating leaders, investing in relationships, and engaging in mission. Here are some of the things happening in our denomination.

The March edition of the CBWC Newsletter “Making Connections” is now available. Find an update on Kurios, a colouring contest for all ages, “Wresting the Angel: A Lenten Journey Through the Psalms”, advice for your church on making a land acknowledgment, and thoughts on healthy leadership.

Kurios is the CBWC’s gap-year program for young people aged 17-22. Applications are now open for fall of 2024. Find out more on their website.

The CBWC has partnered with the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec and the Salvation Army to create a series of free zoom Evangelism masterclasses. All sessions are at 1 pm Eastern time (noon or 11 am Saskatchewan time) on Tuesdays. March 28: How to respond to people’s concerns and questions. April 18: Intentional discipleship in your context. May 30: Post-enlightenment evangelism: rethinking the whole enterprise. Sign up for one or all of them here.

Join Heartland Regional Minister Mark Doerksen and Cindy Emmons as they host Dr. Ed Neufeld in a podcast on the Book of Revelation. Take-aways from the first episode:

  1. Revelation is not a puzzle to be solved to figure out the future; it is intended to guide believers through the troubles of life, especially persecution, by giving us a look at the spiritual realities behind what we see with our eyes.
  2. All the symbols found in Revelation have their source in the Old Testament, and we can look there for clues as to what they meant then and what they mean now.

All 14 episodes are up at heartland3.podbean.com.