Stories Archives

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

August 9, 2017

He Saw My Wounded Heart

Keisha Cook's story ... read how it's related to the above mentioned couple! (from Issue #526)
August 9, 2017

“I Read the Whole Book”

How a published book made a difference (from Issue #524)
August 9, 2017

Surprised & Honored

A missionary tells of the impact & influence of her friend (from Issue #524)
August 9, 2017

Owen Salway: Publishing Through Pain

Florence Salway's desire for a new book about her late husband (from Issue #524)
August 9, 2017

“Would You Have Let Him Go?”

a Maritimes mission story from our new book "Late Dawn" (from Issue #523)
August 9, 2017

Better Understanding

the Denesuline Book of Genesis translation project (from Issue #522)
August 9, 2017

Down & Up the Mackenzie

Ron Knightly hasn't purposely sought danger; it just seemed to come ... (from Issue #522)
August 9, 2017

Late Dawn

Why has the Light of Christ's love been so long in reaching Canada's Maritime First Peoples? (from Issue #521)
August 9, 2017

Stage 5: Multiplying

The most dramatic stage -- when the missionary leaves! ... more about our 5-stage Action Plan: one stage at a time (from Issue #521)
August 9, 2017

Stage 4: Discipling

"The Fellowship elders really knew the Word of God, and I wanted to be like them" ... more about our 5-stage Action Plan: one stage at a time (from Issue #520)