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WHAT IS THE PLAN?

“For all the Christians wondering what God’s ultimate plan is to end suffering, oppression, starvation, and racism: it is the church. God’s people embodied. That’s the plan.

Embodied engagement is God’s intention for the church …” (unknown source)

That is the heart of Missionary Ventures Canada – active, embodied engagement with a broken world. We just can’t sit there and do nothing!

 DISCOVER YOUR WORLD

 DISCOVER GOD

 DISCOVER YOU

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” (Gandhi)

Be a part of a revolution of change as we impact children, youth and adults around the world!

Change a life, change a family.

Change a family, change a community.

Change a community, change a nation.

Contact us to have us share at your church or if you would like to learn more of the impact you can have!
519-824-9380 or office@mvcanada.org 

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