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March for Jesus


Click the image above to visit the March for Jesus website and learn about the upcoming march in June of 2013 in Calgary.

March for Jesus Poland

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Click the image above to visit the March for Jesus website and learn about the upcoming march in Warsaw May 2013.

Street Advocate documentary


Click the image above to visit the documentary film "Street Advocate" website.

Magen David Adom

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Click the image above to visit the Canadian Magen David Adom for Israel (CMDA) website. Christian Friends of Magen David Adom website.

Street Church Comic 3

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Street Church Comic 2

Back to the Streets - Comic 2

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Street Church Comic


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Free DVD


The above DVD is freely available for anyone who wants a copy.  It can be picked up at any Street event.  To see a short preview, click here.

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Today: Jan 30, 2015

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This was an amazing Celebration!

Many times when we come to the streets what we see is despair, loneliness, sadness, hopelessness and misery. Thats why I love those special moments even more when we can, in the name of Jesus Christ put some joy and hope in peoples lives. This time was no different.

Hebrews 13:16 “Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.” Elvis aka Leland Johnson was...



35 In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ Acts 20:35

If you ever considered to bless this ministry with donation, now is a good time to do it. We are in a great need. Thank you and God bless you.

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Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Friday, 03 August 2012 22:21

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On the way to the march PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 January 2015 19:46

When I recorded two first episodes of Na Poddaszu (In the Attic) series with Artur Pawłowski, I didn't expect that in some time I would travel with him in a devastated Volkswagen and talk for hours about spiritual revival, Poland and radical serving God.

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When I talked to my Christian friends about my dreams, their faces often shown astonishment. I even had an impression that many of them simply doubted my common sense. However, as I talk to Artur, it is me who makes "big eyes" and listens with innocent disbelief about upcoming "levy in mass." It wasn't different this time. Going from Warsaw to Poznan to prepare for the first March for Jesus in the city's history, I listened to a story of a man who abandoned everything for God. He was a wealthy businessman, a developer and an owner of a magazine. He made business with politicians and mobsters in one of the richest cities of North America. Today he helps, loves and feeds people whom he once despised. And ministry he founded reaches with the power of the gospel to the homeless and most needy. He does it disregarding of the resistance of corrupted politicians and disdain of full time spiritual ministers of glass churches. He paid a great price for his beliefs and attachment to the basic Christian values such as: holiness, life and family. Hated by liberal media, repeatedly arrested, judged, considering no circumstances he still goes forward.

Staring at the road, Artur was convincing me that the time for revival in Poland has come. That we should forget about divisions and focus on the Kingdom of God. That Christianity is not about sitting in chairs. Our churches are full of theorists. We research the Bible in Greek, learn hebraisms, memorize dozens of scriptures, and still lack fruit. There is a simple recipe to end this torpor. It is faith working in love. Working means going out to a person. It is active, not egoistic. Motivated by love, it doesn't seek its own, doesn't take offence, neither causes divisions. During March for Jesus we can practice it. We don't think about which denomination has the monopole for the truth but we march in unity for the glory of our God to let the world see that there are still people out there for whom He is the most important.

Our green Transporter slowly neared Poznan. There was a brainstorm and last preparations before the next day's march. I was sitting fastened to a creaky seat and thought about the meaning of what we do. Again, I was overwhelmed with the conviction that the words of Jesus in which He calls us "the light of the world" reflect the sense of our mission the best. If the lightness yields, the darkness will take its place. That's why we can't hide and be quiet as a mouse in the church and allow our country to immerse in gloom. We have to go and shine, and March for Jesus creates a great opportunity for it.

Marcel Płoszczyński host of the TV Show "In the attic"

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Od lewej: Artur Pawłowski, Marcel Płoszczyński, Paweł Bukała, Marta Bukała, Iza Godlewska.

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March for Jesus in Poznan few days later.

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Today I am brought to remember two men I was able to minister to on the streets of Calgary. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Peter Reicher   
Wednesday, 28 January 2015 00:13

Joseph knew about his name in the Bible, he was able to recite verses and challenge myself about them even. I could sense a hurt that he struggled with, one that likely led to the alcoholism he also struggled with, but thanks be to God that I was able to encourage him to think about changing his ways. I talked to him about being the kind of father his child would look up to and admire, about how Jesus wants to lead him into a better life and I am thankful that God was able to use me to deliver this message and hopefully impact his soul.

Joshua came at the very end, his actions and motions so erratic that even grabbing the bag of bread I was able to offer him was an extreme challenge. He seemed like a nice, polite young man who was just very hungry. He said and it was heart breaking when he admitted to his crystal meth addiction (the reason for his physical malady). As I talked to him about my friend Jesus Christ and what He could do for Joshua the head Pastor and I were able to pray for him, "bring him to Jesus" as I've heard many say, and I am glad to say that there was a stabilizing of Joshua and he spoke a little more coherently by the end of our prayer. The Pastor explained to him that statistically only 3% of people survive meth addictions, but that our God can save him 100% of the time. On my way home I couldn't help but think about Joshua's mom and how she likely never envisioned such a life for her son when she was able to hold him for the first time after giving birth, and I am thankful to my Father in heaven for allowing me the opportunity to reach out to people and make a difference in their lives big or small.

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GSAs Clubs for Kids or Propaganda Machines to Silence Opposition PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Tuesday, 30 December 2014 06:08

Rally at the Calgary Board of Education on December 13

If you care about the education of your kids (the future of this country) and you can spare some time please come to this rally. Together we have to send a very clear and strong message to the politicians and main stream media that we as parents want to have the right to have a say in what our children are taught in school. Please come! Rally at CBE (Calgary Board of Education) Address: 1221-8 Street SW Calgary, AB T2R 0L4 CBE | 403-817-400013 December at 12:00 Calgary, Alberta.

There will be a rally at the Calgary Board of Education on December 13, 2014 at 12 pm. It is in relation to Alberta's Bill 10 and Bill 202. We will speak out about the protection of the rights of families and religious freedom.

To everyone who has committed to going and to those who know about this event, please help to get the word out. Thought, belief, and freedom are supposed to be protected for all, not just those who want to force their way and their lifestyles and views on others.

Can you imagine if Christians went to the legislatures demanding specific legislation to be made insisting that all public schools embrace Christianity and prayer meetings in the schools? How well do you think that would be received? Yet, the media and others who advocate forced acceptance of "GSAs" would tell us that this is not the same and that they need this special legislation to specifically grant them special rights.

This is an attempt to subvert and trump the Charter. Such legislation would likely not withstand a Charter challenge, but it should never get to that point. All rights of all groups must be respected (but with balance). Bill 202 and Bill 10 are not the answer, the Charter that already exists is the answer.

There is an agenda to make sex primary at Alberta schools and while some parents and teachers are fine with the idea, there are many that are very concerned about sex clubs at schools. Education should be about equipping the next generation with the skills they will need to get a good job and build a solid future, not about sexual partners or positions.

Citizens and parents want to ensure that school boards, educators, students and families do not lose the right to choose whether or not sex clubs will take place on their school premises. If a school does not want to permit sex clubs in their facilities they should have the right to deny those that want to put those clubs on access.

There are many in the media that want to force people to have these sex clubs in all schools, thinking that robbing people of their rights to raise and children according to their values and beliefs will reduce bullying, increase acceptance, and encourage safe schools. Both Bill 10 and Bill 202 would effectively do just that, rob others of their rights.

Many faith based schools and charter schools have a code of conduct for their students. That code is based on their beliefs, and those beliefs and the expression of those beliefs are Charter protected freedoms, even if some Albertans believe that those freedoms should be stripped for the sake of the freedoms of others.

The Charter, in fact, was put in place to attempt to ensure that the rights of Canadians, with a wide diversity of worldviews and beliefs, could be balanced, protected and maintained.

The balancing act of the Charter and the job for legislators was, and is, not an easy one, but that doesn't give legislators, or even those asking for changes to legislation, the right to ignore the fact that the Charter deals with obviously conflicting views and rights and tries to create a climate where we can all try to live at peace with one another.

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