The Shift: Moving and Relatable

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“Inspiring, Relatable, Trail-blazing, Authentic, Warrior.” By Karen Cooper They say it takes only one. One person to step up. One person to be the change. This past December I received The Shift: The Power of Belief as a birthday present. It’s a local book about a grassroots ministry written by someone I’ve heard about for many…



ALPHA for our Street Friends

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Starting Sunday, Feb. 17, we will be hosting a 10-week Alpha session for our street friends in Surrey, led by Del and Lynda Thiessen. This is a great opportunity to volunteer or pray for this very special journey. Schedule of Talks (Please pray along):  – Feb 17: Launch party: Is This It? – Feb. 24:…



Mac at MissionsFest 2013

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MaryAnne Connor, president and founder of NightShift Street Ministries, will host a seminar at MissionsFest Vancouver on Friday, Jan. 25 at 4:30pm.  For more information, check out the MissionsFest website and join us! Mac will be speaking about her new book, The Shift: The Power of Belief, telling the stories of how God led her…



Five Items We Need Right Now

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We could really use donations of the following food items: Thank you so much for dropping these items off at our office! We are located at 10635 King George Boulevard in Surrey. We really appreciate all your love and support.



Could You Help Free the Care Bus?

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“He’d been dressing his wound, by himself, with toilet paper.” It was a Friday night in Whalley and Paul, one of our street friends, came to the Care Bus with severely swollen legs and an open wound. When he went to the hospital, they wouldn’t give him the time of day. He felt frustrated. The…



It’s okay to be dented. Right?

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The line up tonight never seemed to end. It was one thirsty traveller after the other, eyes diverted, hearts turned inward, always polite. ‘Please’ and ‘thank you’. Hesitant smiles and nods responding to my, “What’s your name?” or “You have beautiful eyes” or “Thank you for waiting and being patient”… One question rose above the…



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