Stories Archives

From the recent past, each of these stories/articles offers insight into NCEM’s ministries among Canada’s First Peoples:

August 8, 2017

Paddling for Jesus

For this young canoeing enthusiast, attending Higher Challenge Wilderness Adventures camps helped set the right course (from Issue #492)
August 8, 2017

Simply Most Important

"Miina itwe miina!" rasped the mortally-wounded hunter in his Cree language. By Arlyn van Enns (from Issue #492)
August 8, 2017

Spirit World

What is it that drew you to Christ? Are these the same things that draw people of other cultures? (from Issue #491)
August 8, 2017

NCEM: A Team Widespread

"The work is extensive and spread out, and we are widely separated from each other..." Neh. 4:19 (from Issue #489)
August 8, 2017

“HQ” – There to Support

An inside look at NCEM's "Headquarters" in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan (from Issue #488)
August 8, 2017

Called to Their Own

NCEM's Native workers tell about choosing this ministry, the blessings and the challenges (from Issue #487)
August 8, 2017

They Wouldn’t Listen to Him at First

The fascinating story of one Native Christian man's desire to spread the Gospel (from Issue #487)
August 8, 2017

Dogrib New Testament Dedicated

"As the Dogrib people explore their self-determination, what better guide could they have than the Word of God?" (from Issue #486)
August 8, 2017

Tribal Trails Viewers Write Back

At NCEM's Tribal Trails, our work isn't finished after our weekly half-hour Native Gospel TV program has aired! (from Issue #486)
August 8, 2017

NCEM Radio: Listening Up

A Feature Article About Increased Opportunities Through Radio (from Issue #483)