Amidst our busy lives, it can be incredibly tempting, to just put our heads down and focus on the work in front of us. Especially with the unprecedented circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic, the potential for isolation is more present than ever. This is not how our Creator designed us to live, though! We were designed for connection, for rest, for finding joy in the present moment, and for generously sharing what we have been given with our neighbours.
As we continue to pay attention to education this month, may we approach the world as students, adopting a posture of openness to learning in all areas of our lives. Lord, teach me your ways that I may live by your truth. Give me an undivided heart, that I may honour you. Psalm 86:11
Take a moment, a global moment, and learn about what Tenth Church is up to globally.
After being away from school for 7 months, kids are finally jumping on board a tuk-tuk to take them to school. Read a Manna4Life story.
Over the past few weeks, racism has been evident in Atlantic Canada, as commercial fishermen have violently destroyed property and threatened the livelihoods of Mi'kmaq fisherman. Read a story and Mi'kmaq prayer.
Thank you for journeying with Tenth Global!
Patrick Elaschuk (and our Global Team)
Pastor of International Missions