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March for Jesus

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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

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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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Click here to open the downloadable pdf of the comic.  Please feel free to download print and distribute as many copies of the comic as you would like.  Also, we have printed copies available upon request.  Please call 403-607-4434 for details.

Street Church Comic 2

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Street Church Comic

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Today: Dec 22, 2014

    Artur Pawlowski-TV interview on Polish National Television.

Artur Pawlowski is speaking about persecution, free speech and homosexual agenda in Canada.

INSPIRING QUOTES

“In life the turn coat (traitor) is never trustworthy by either side. The one that he betrayed will hate him and the other that benefited from his treachery will fear him. After all what is going to stop the “turn coat” from betraying him as well.”

                                                                                              ~ Artur Pawlowski

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Let's Celebrate! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Friday, 19 December 2014 01:21

Street Church volunteers, four times a week are serving hot meals to the homeless and the poor people on the street of Calgary.

Every time the church comes there are grilled burgers, sausages, chicken and other meats including our famous Monty’s soup and our one and only “you have not really fully lived until you have tried” chilly. Yet from time to time we want to make it a little bit more special for them. Christmas season is a perfect occasion for such a celebration. This sunday we will have presents and AAA Alberta steaks for every one that comes. We will also have Gospel Elvis singing Gospel songs and most importantly we will share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We all know that Jesus was not born during this specific season, but we can use his time as a great opportunity to let everyone know that He not only came, but He also died and rose again. Everyone that will repent and believe in Him will have everlasting life.

Please come, we will pray for everyone that needs healing in his body, soul or mind. Jesus is the answer for every need the we might have. Jesus is also the “reason for the season” please do not forget that.

If you would like to donate something for the poor, please let us know.

Bless you

Artur Pawlowski

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Steaks for the homeless for this Sunday! God is so GOOD :-)

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"Then the King will say to those on His right, 'Come, you who are blessed of My Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.'…Matthew 25:34-36

Last Updated on Friday, 19 December 2014 04:38
 
Rally at the Calgary Board of Education on December 13 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 December 2014 00:40
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.

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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.

Here is Bill 202 - http://www.assembly.ab.ca/net/index.aspx

Here is Bill 10 - http://www.assembly.ab.ca/net/index.aspx

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.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 December 2014 01:56
 
Artur Pawlowski-TV interview on Polish National Television. PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 27 November 2014 18:33

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Pray this with me PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Wednesday, 26 November 2014 15:09

Pray this with me. "My God and my Father in the name of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ I stand on your word. Forgive me for all of my sins and shortcomings and remember them no more. May your grace and mercy follow me wherever I go, touch my household, ministry and everything I do and have, according to your word in the name of the King of kings Jesus Christ!"

Deuteronomy 28

1“Indeed, if you diligently obey the LORD your God to carry out all his commands that I’m giving you today, then the LORD your God will set you high above all the nations of the earth. 2 Moreover, all these blessings will come upon you in abundance, if you obey the LORD your God:

3“Blessed will you be in the city and blessed will you be in the country.

4“Blessed will your children be, as well as the produce of your land, the offspring of your beasts and cattle, and the offspring of your flock.

5“Blessed will be your grain basket and your kneading bowl.

6“Blessed will you be in your comings and goings.”

7“The LORD will make your enemies, who rise against you and attack from one direction, to flee from you in seven directions.

8“The LORD will send blessings for you with regard to your barns and everything you undertake. Indeed, he will bless you in the land that the LORD your God is about to give you.

9“The LORD will assign you to be a holy people for himself, just as he promised you, as long as you keep his commands and walk in his ways.

10“Then all the people of the earth will observe that the name of the LORD is proclaimed among you, and they will fear you.

11“The LORD will show his abundant goodness with respect to your children, the offspring of your animals, and the produce of your farmland that he promised your ancestors he would give you.

12“The LORD will open his rich treasury, the heavens, to release rain upon your land in season and bless everything you undertake so that you’ll lend to many nations but won’t borrow.

13“The LORD your God will make you the head and not the tail—placing you above and not beneath—if you obey the commands of the LORD your God that I’m giving you today to keep and observe. 14Do not deviate from any of his commands that I’m giving you today—neither to the right nor the left—to follow and serve other gods.”

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March for Jesus – Gdańsk 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Friday, 14 November 2014 03:35

The March for Jesus, a prominent event gathering about 1000 people, took place in Gdansk, closing the Jesus Week in this city. People wearing T-shirts with evangelical messages and national symbols paraded the main streets of Gdansk.

The idea of the March is to proclaim to the nation who Jesus Christ really is. “We aren’t marching to protest against something or someone. We are here because we are grateful to God and we want to rejoice and bless people” – said one of the organizers. “We live in a religious country, where everybody has heard about Jesus as a historical person, but they don’t know Him as a Savior, who can offer them life. We are wearing national symbols, because the participants are declaring that they want Jesus to be the Lord of Poland. If He isn’t Lord, someone or something else will take His place. It’s not about enthroning Jesus to be our king in the political sense, but about spiritually committing our country to God’s rule. Just like Daniel, who confessed sins on behalf of all Israel (Daniel 9), we want to invite God on behalf of the whole nation to hold the course and destiny of our country in His hand. This is the only remedy for our problems with addictions, corruption, dishonesty, confusion, broken relationships and low self-esteem of most Polish people”.

The March opened with a prayer giving thanks to God for the governing authorities in Poland – the President, Prime Minister, Parliament and Senate. We prayed for God’s blessing in line with the teaching of the Bible: “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, or kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. (…) I desire therefore that the men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting” (1 Timothy 2:1-8).

The route of the March included strategic points in the city: The Town Hall, The Marshal’s Office, The Gdańsk Shipyard, the office of Lech Walesa in the Old Town. At each of these points the participants of the March stopped to pray for wisdom and blessing for the people working for these institutions. At the head of the March there was a flat bed truck carrying a worship team and the host of the event.

Artur Pawłowski shared how the ancient nation of Israel joyfully celebrated their God at important historical sites (1 Chronicles 13:8). He encouraged the participants of the March to do very same thing in front of the Gdansk Shipyard, which is an important place in the history of Poland. Everybody started dancing to the sounds of Jewish melodies, rejoicing in the Lord. It was a beautiful expression of the triumph of God’s reality.

The residents of the city, who observed what was happening, taking photos and filming the parade, could hear the news that Jesus Christ is interested in their life. At the same time many talented musicians played joyful music, proclaiming Christ’s victory over sin. The participants of the March greeted the people in the streets, sometimes stepping out of the parade to bless the onlookers. Most people responded by waving their hands and smiling.  

Going down the main walkway of the Old Town – Długa Street was a very special moment. Thousands of people stood on both sides watching the March pass by, while the worship team played such songs as: “Bless the Lord Oh My Soul”. It was a moment of profound symbolism.

At the end of Długa Street, by the Green Gate, a big stage was set up, where the final events of both the March for Jesus and the whole Jesus Week took place. The Ahead of Us band started with an exciting performance. Then pastors from 25 churches from Gdansk summed up the Jesus Week. After that we could see the star of the afternoon – Grzegorz Kloc with his band. Grzegorz is an artist known from public radio and television. He played this concert to God’s great glory. We found out that he isn’t only a talented musician, but also a gifted preacher. He played music and talked about the depths of the human heart. People listened, worshiped, cried and danced. It was a wonderful worship service right in the centre of the city. One of the most touching moments was when three homeless men became convicted of the state they’re in. They asked for prayer. They confessed their sins. They kissed the Bibles they have received.

During worship many people responded to the call and came forward to receive prayer. Among them was an elderly couple. The man was in a wheelchair. He asked for prayer about the strong pain in his knees. Both were believers and enthusiastic about God. The lady said that she had cancer but she overcame it. The doctors said they can find only one explanation of her recovery. “God saved you!”. After a brief prayer the pain in the gentleman’s knees receded. Everyone rejoiced in God’s goodness.

On my way back I heard two young men criticizing the March for Jesus.

- Why are you so critical? There is a deep significance to this event – I said.

- Yeah? What kind of significance?

- It speaks about the One who can change lives, about Jesus Christ. I participated once in a prayer when a person who was blind in one eye regained eyesight. He was blind because his mom was drunk when he was conceived and she was drunk when he was delivered. That’s the God we proclaim.

- Wow, that’s powerful.

- I’d like to pray for you. – I laid my hand on his shoulder and spoke words of blessing.

- Thanks for talking to us. – He was clearly touched.

“The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few” (Luke 10:2). We need disciples in our churches, who will reach out to people to tell them about the Good News and show them what it is really about.

Maciej Strzyżewski

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Last Updated on Friday, 14 November 2014 16:22
 
Calgary street preacher won't face additional punishment for parade interference: judge PDF Print E-mail
Written by Calgary Sun   
Tuesday, 11 November 2014 04:25

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Calgary street preacher Art Pawlowski won’t face additional punishment for instigating the hijacking of the Stampede parade two years ago, a judge ruled Monday.

Provincial court Judge Mark Tyndale agreed with defence counsel Michael Bates that Pawlowski should not be severely punished for attempting to exercise his right to free speech.

City prosecutor Ola Malik had argued a fine of up to $2,000 — 10 times the normal amount — would be appropriate, given that Pawlowski was the “ringleader” of a planned interruption of the annual march.

Pawlowski and three of his Street Church Ministry followers were convicted earlier this year of breaching a city bylaw prohibiting interfering with parades.

“I don’t know if the others would have stepped into the parade route without Mr. Pawlowski,” Malik said.

The prosecutor earlier agreed the followers should be handed the stipulated penalty in the bylaw of $200.

Tyndale questioned why Pawlowski should be treated differently from the others, and handed a fine above what city council set as the normal penalty.

“Did he do anything differently than the other three?” Tyndale said.

“No, but he said ‘let’s go,’” Malik noted.

“It’s his leadership that the others are looking up to and following,” the prosecutor said.

He also noted Street Church Ministry received a lot of publicity for jumping into the front of the parade at the start line behind the pace car and remaining there for almost the entire route.

“This is the most amount of publicity Street Church Ministry has ever received,” Malik said.

“They’re getting all the attention and loving it,” he said.

“They picked the largest event, the most-watched event to engage in.”

But the judge noted it wasn’t Street Church which received publicity by their participation, since they were carrying signs which spelled out the name “Jesus.”

“The Crown conceded that the bylaw itself contravened Mr. Pawlowski’s (free speech) rights,” said Tyndale, who earlier found it was a justifiable breach of the Charter.

“In my view Mr. Pawlowski had valid concerns over the scope of the bylaw and contested the bylaw in an appropriate manner,” Tyndale said.

“Mr. Pawlowski is a man who considers his Charter rights, especially freedom of expression and freedom of religion as more tangible than words written on a document,” he said.

The judge agreed with Bates’ assertion the actions of his client amounted to a “test case” of the bylaw’s validity.

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