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Canadian Bible Society Participates in Multi-Faith Chaplaincy for Pan Am / Parapan Am Games

Thursday, July 9, 2015 TORONTO—Don Hutchinson, National Director, CEO (Interim) for the Canadian Bible Society and Don Miller, Director of Canadian Ministry met with the Honourable Bal Gosal, Canada’s Minister of State for Sport, to present special editions of Christian Scriptures. Gosal (MP, Bramalea-Gore-Malton) was given English/Spanish and French/Portuguese New Testaments and a four-language (Spanish,…

Help a Lost Bible Find Its Way Home

Tuesday, June 2, 2015 TORONTO, Ontario—(Canadian Christian News Service) The Canadian Bible Society, in partnership with the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers – Canada (FCPO) is seeking the public’s assistance to help a lost Bible find its way home. Even if “home” is at the ends of the Earth. The Bible in question shows evidence…

The Gospel of John published in Maliseet

(Left: Shirley Giberson, CBS Board Member, presented a copy of the Gospel of John in Maliseet to New Brunswick Lieutenant-Governon Graydon Nicholas. Right: Hart Wiens, CBS' Director of Scripture Translation, with Graydon Nicholas.) Fredericton, NB — It was a joyous day for the Maliseet First Nation when a portion of God’s written Word was publicly launched…

Canadian Bible Society Takes Aim At Reversing Grim Bible Engagement Study Results

TORONTO (May 29, 2014) - Earlier this spring, a group of nine Canadian Bible agencies together with the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, partnered to undertake the Canadian Bible Engagement Study. With the study results revealing concerning trends in Bible reading and engagement, the Canadian Bible Society has chosen to launch a series of national initiatives with…

Are Canadians Done With the Bible?

Revealing study compels Canadian Bible agencies to undertake unprecedented nationwide action Waterloo, ON (May 1, 2014) - Canadians have been asked about their Bible reading habits for years. In 2013, the Canadian Bible Forum, a group of nine Canadian Bible agencies together with The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, engaged world-class market research company Angus Reid Strategies,…

Children learn about Jesus at March Break camp

(Photo credit: Toronto City Mission) For most students in Canada, March break provides a respite from learning and time to enjoy the remaining few days of Winter. For Toronto City Mission, a Christian organization that reaches out to the youth in Toronto, it is an opportunity to share about Jesus and the Bible. A representative…