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FAITH BUILDING FUN AT DAY CAMP

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Imagine a world where curious kids become hands-on inventors who discover they’re lovingly crafted by God. Maker FunFactory Day Camp transformed North Pointe into a place buzzing with excitement this week. Its mind blowing to quantify how much energy was invested BEFORE Day Camp began. Pastor Charity and her team of staff, interns and volunteers were built for this purpose. Its easy to see. Their passion for excellence gave campers an unforgettable experience. The pictures tell the story. APPLICATION: Is there a child in your life who went to Maker FunFactory? Please leave a comment for Charity and her team below. We have a second week of Day Camp – “Passport To Peru” – August 14th- 18th. Register your child…

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LEARNING AGAIN: FIRST STEPS AFTER CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

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I don’t remember asking my mom to teach me to walk. In fact I don’t remember much about the process – stand, stumble, fall, repeat. I was on my knees in prayer one day when all those thoughts came running through my mind. I paused my prayer and through a tearful smile I said, “I get it.” When What’s Supposed to Be, Isn’t You see there are certain things in life that are meant to be natural – we are to learn them before we realize we are learning and they should stick with us our whole lives – like walking. But sometimes an injury, disease or catastrophic event comes and causes what’s supposed to be, to cease from being….

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THROUGH THE FOG

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Guest post from Rev. Charity Mongrain, Children’s Pastor at North Pointe Community Church. Charity is committed to supporting families by nurturing the faith of children and drawing them towards Christ. Charity has been actively involved in Children’s Ministry most of her life. Charity has held pastoral roles in Ontario, North Carolina, Manitoba and Alberta. She is a part of the Writer’s Group at North Pointe. There is moisture in the air. Not rain, not snow – just moisture. The air is thick with it – fog; as far as the eye can see. It hides the shore, the sea, all. The silence of this place, this quiet moment is interrupted by another blast of the foghorn, a warning to all…

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