Welcome to Shangilia, Precious!

Lauren Anderson, Friday June 22, 2018

Welcome to Shangilia, Precious Mkothe. She is the latest child at the home, arriving late April 2018 aged 12 years old. Precious used to stay in Nairobi with her step-mother. It’s alleged that she was badly abused and being put to work that did not allow her to attend school. Her step-mother then traveled with […]


Pastoral Training has Started in Uganda

Lauren Anderson, Monday June 18, 2018

Impact Uganda feeds, teaches, and reunites children living on the street with their families, and trains pastors in transformational church leadership so that whole communities are transformed. We’re excited to share that in partnership with Pan African Christian Exchange, pastoral training started in Kampala and in Kasese in May! This training will equip rural pastors […]


Art Lessons Are Changing Lives in Guatemala

Lauren Anderson, Saturday June 16, 2018

Art is one of the four classes offered by Impact Guatemala’s partner organization Senderos De Luz. The students receive weekly instruction from Teacher Wilder and the results are impressive! They are so talented. Program leader Cindy Muncaster is hoping to bring back some works of art when she visits Guatemala in July. Stay tuned for details […]


Transformed Into a Leader & Advocate

Lauren Anderson, Tuesday June 12, 2018

Impact Haiti continues to partner with the Micah Scholars program. Drawing from Micah 6:8, Micah Scholars is developing a new generation of pastors and leaders who do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God. In partnership with three Haitian seminaries, we’re providing young leaders with full scholarships to seek a Bachelor of Divinity degree. […]


TrueCity Hamilton is Now Part of Impact Canada!

Lauren Anderson, Friday June 8, 2018

We have some exciting news! People are asking to learn more about the impact of a collaborative church network in Hamilton, Ontario! Over the next several months, TrueCity will be expanding to engage some growing church networks in southern Ontario, in order to share stories of church collaboration, engage in discipleship, and to encourage them […]


Bringing Clean Water to a New Community

Lauren Anderson, Wednesday June 6, 2018

Villa Altagracia is a community in the Dominican Republic that has no access to clean water and few educational opportunities available for its residents. Impact Dominican Republic has begun to work in this community, using the lessons we learned in Los Alcarrizos to bring transformation to Villa Altagracia as well. We have broken ground on […]


Cheering Each Other On in Rwanda

Lauren Anderson, Friday June 1, 2018

“I was given the privilege to teach English and computer to some people from a Rwandan church and the community surrounding it. At first it was just going to be for one student, but then when it was announced in church more people decided to come. I did not have much teaching experience and was […]


New Family & Friends Offer Hope for the Future

Lauren Anderson, Wednesday May 30, 2018

Two of our Forge interns spent the months of October and November in Romania, carrying out an impact assessment and immersing themselves in the community that has developed around Pas cu Pas. Staff, volunteers and orphans gather together frequently to share meals, build each other up, and provide the sort of family structure that is […]


Successful Samuel

Lauren Anderson, Tuesday May 15, 2018

Samuel Zougrana was one of the graduates from our second graduation. Although he was never the best student in his class, he always tried to do his best. Since he has graduated he has maintained contact with CFPC. He told them that he was working but not all the time. However, last year he was […]


Impact Canada TrueCity Conference Recap

Lauren Anderson, Tuesday May 15, 2018

Wow! Earlier this spring over 500 of us from over 80 churches gathered from all across Hamilton to worship, learn, and talk about our beloved city at the True City Conference. This year, we focused on our changing city and the role that the Church has to play in its transformation. Brian Henley, Hamilton Historian, […]