“His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.”2 Peter 1:3
In this passage, Peter urges his listeners to press on in the faith with the assurance that God has already given them everything they need in the person and work of Jesus Christ. His words are life-giving to those who feel the pressures and temptations of the world around them.
We can find hope in these same words today.
Our world offers many answers to life’s problems, but nothing compares to the hope found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, revealed to us through the Word of God, made alive through the indwelling of the Holy Spirt, and lived out within the community of the Church. It is the foundation of everything we do.
Please join us on March 21-22, 2023 for our annual conference at Hope Bible Church in Oakville, Ontario, where we will be reminded of everything God has given us to live out the mission we are called to.
Our prayer is that you will be encouraged and equipped for the vital work of biblically caring for one another.
With love in Christ,
The Canadian Biblical Counselling Coalition
Registrations before January 20 can receive a 10% discount – use code EARLYBIRD during checkout
Be sure to stay up-to-date HERE for ongoing conference updates.
More details will be released in the New Year, but we are excited to announce one of our main speakers:
Norm Millar is the Senior Pastor at Redemption Bible Chapel.
Before going into ministry, Norm had an 18-year career in computer software design and project management.
Norm obtained his MDiv from The Master’s Seminary in Los Angeles. In 2000, he planted, with 30 others, SouthWest Community church in London, which eventually became Redemption Bible Chapel. Redemption Bible Chapel is excited to be a member church in The Great Commission Collective (GCC).
Norm graduated in May 2017 with his DMin (focus on preaching) from Southern Seminary.
Norm has been married to Cindy for 43 years, and they have five children and 17 grandchildren.