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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.

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New ministerial starting in Calgary!

Pastors and leaders in the Christian community!

We would like to invite you to the ministerial meetings that are starting on the 21 of April at 11 am. at Thorncliff Community Centre. Join us for a word of encouragement, prayer and fellowship.

We believe that now, more than ever before, a unified approach to the problems that we are facing in this country and in our city is absolutely necessary. God honours unity, come and unite with us. Let's stand together and push the enemy back before it is too late. We must put aside what more:


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

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Week of Jesus Poland 2014- subtitled ang PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Monday, 27 April 2015 00:47

Coverage of the Jesus Week in the Tri-City in 2014 with a translation ang.

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Thursday, 16 April 2015 00:00
March for Jesus on the streets of Calgary! Praise God! We are not ashamed of You, Lord Jesus!!! Father's Day on June 21, 2015 from 1 pm - 8 pm. The march starts at Millennium Square and goes to Olympic Plaza where we will praise, worship and exalt Jesus Christ to the glory of the Heavenly Father, and where we will eat, laugh and partake in God's blessings. For more information please call:403-607-4434

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New ministerial starting in Calgary! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Thursday, 09 April 2015 16:42

Pastors and leaders in the Christian community!

We would like to invite you to the ministerial meetings that are starting on the 21 of April at 11 am. at Thorncliff Community Centre. Join us for a word of encouragement, prayer and fellowship.

We believe that now, more than ever before, a unified approach to the problems that we are facing in this country and in our city is absolutely necessary. God honours unity, come and unite with us. Let's stand together and push the enemy back before it is too late. We must put aside what is dividing us and we must focus on what unites us. The blood, the cross, and the Name above every name. The name of Jesus Christ that saves us all.

Let's concentrate on Him, our Lord, and on His Kingdom! Let's see what the King of kings will do when we humble ourselves and come together before Him for help.

Please come.

For more information call 403-607-4434

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I am so excited to be alive on earth. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Artur Pawlowski   
Saturday, 04 April 2015 17:14

I woke up on Monday morning last week, blinked, then suddenly found another week had come and gone.

I am so excited to be alive on earth. I use to be a "Suicidal Christian" who just wanted God to take me to heaven. Not anymore though. Everyday of the week is an opportunity for me to show Jesus how thankful I am to Him.

Here in Calgary, many of us are taking the opportunities given to us, which Artur Pawlowski, Jesus Christ, and our founding fathers have fought for you to have. We go out into the world as a public witness for Jesus on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. [Luke 8:39]

The opportunities we capitalize on are; being a public witness to every kind of person, from every kind of background, tangibly loving and ministering to the broken, serving the needs of Gods people and those in need, standing openly for our freedoms, spreading the light of truth to hidden dark places, standing for righteousness and holiness as well as making Jesus Christ look important to us publicly and His message to the lost urgent. [Luke 14:23 2, Cor 5:11] The list goes on and on.

Jesus has told us that the one who has been forgiven much, loves much. [Luke 7:47] He said this to a religious person who didn't realize how great his own need for salvation was.

It is unusual how when we are silent for period of time, our own past sins, foolishness, and mistakes come to mind. This is unavoidable so maybe it's given to us as an opportunity. We can reflect on just how great Gods grace is in our life. Like Paul, we ought to identify ourselves as the worst of sinners, letting that fuel our deep appreciation for Jesus Christ. [1 Tim 1:16]

We are encouraged to be thankful, rejoice always and keep our mind on lovely things. [1 Thes 5:16] [Phil 4:8] How come? Well for one, it makes us mindful on just how hurtful this fallen world can be and how every good thing we enjoy is given by the grace of God. [James 1:7] This again fuels us to love the Lord Jesus.

What does it mean to love God with all of our hearts? [1rst commandment] It is of course to love Him with all of our lives.

"Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one's life for his friends." - Jesus [John 15:13]

Almost all of us understood that when we chose to be baptized in the name of Jesus, our lives were now to be lived solely for Him.

We recognized that there is no middle ground [2 Tim 2:26] and that no longer would we be slaves to sin but now slaves to righteousness. [Rom 6:12]

Now 'what to do', has become the great problem. We've looked only to today's Godly leaders to set the example on what our life's mission ought to be. The result for most of us has been membership and faithful attendance to a Church for years, upon years.

BROTHER! SISTER! Are there not great desires deep within your heart not being lived out!? Desires for adventure and to be heroic? Desires to fight for the most worthy of causes? To be apart of a mission with a purpose of the greatest importance? Desires to serve in obedience and loyal adoration for a great King who calls you friend? Don't you know that in choosing the Kingdom of Heaven you've been commissioned to go to war in every sort of way (biblically speaking) spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, financially, relationally. The All in or nothing examples are throughout all of scripture as well as spoken to us plainly. [Mat 12:30, Luke 9:62, Luke 14:27-30, Luke 18:18 ect]

C.S. Lewis would argue that these desires within you point you to the greatest truths. Brother, Sister, you are destined for greatness but you got to go out and claim it. The reward is after this life on earth [Rev 22:12]. There is a tremendous purpose for your life. There is a tremendous calling on your life.

We've fallen into the trap of waiting for that special calling in our lives that is somehow separate from the basic, raw biblical work we have been commanded to do. We are so filled with self help preaching were missing the point. OTHERS! We are called to be a light set on a hill [Mat 5:14] for the broken [Mat 10:42], for the lost [Mat 5], to the self righteous, [Mark 10:21] and the religious! [Mat 23:24]. We are called to be in service to our brothers in need [1 John3:16] [1 James 2:17] We are called preach the good news of salvation from sins, as often as possible. [Mark 16:15] [2 Tim 4:2] We are called to be a witness, testifying of Jesus to all the world. [Acts 1:8]

Sure Gods grace for us is abundant but are we even trying at all to fulfill his mission for us? What I have seen are full churches but empty prison chapels. [Mat 15:8] Full hospitals which are absent of ministering Christians. [Mat 25:26] Full bible collages but lonely street people with no heartfelt Christian to confide in. And The streets full of sin being promoted but no one is preaching righteousness to a single person let a lone to every living thing. [Mark 16:15] [2 Tim 4:2]

Sure we have moments of wanting only to serve our self's with comforts but in doing so we are by no means satisfied. Abundance in the west is creating apathy and apathy is stealing our inheritance! [Rev 22:12]

We live in a rich society where money and acts of kindness don't seam to be terribly in need. Are we not called for so much more than just to give and be nice?! That's the easy part of being a Christian which makes you well liked. If that is all we are doing, we're missing the most important live action! [Luke 6:26] [John 15:20]

I believe we do not have the FIRE with in us to serve the cause of Christ because we are far to concerned with being well liked, polished, civilized, and sweet. These things are good but while we strain out a fly, we are swallowing camels! [Mat 23:24] While we are trying to be perfectly behaved, we are missing the most importing things and letting evil have it's way. [Mat 23:23]

Where are the discontent Christians who are ready to rise up and make their lives about so much more? Being in service of the King will free your heart and bring you what you need. It will give to you the intimacy of knowing you are His friend. [John 15:14]

When He returns in revelation, on his leg it says of Him, "KING of kings." Who are the other kings? You will be, if you are faithful [Mat 25:23] [Rev 3:21] [ Rom 2:7]

If you really believe Jesus, if you believe what he says; than life is terribly, tremendously exciting! Otherwise is our faith really saving faith? [James 2:19] [Heb 10:29]

You don't have to wait until you are perfect to have authority to speak truth! You're saved by grace. Your struggle with sin anyways is because of your silence. [Gal 5:16] [John 7:38] Start to speak truth and of the goodness of God. Humbly, lovingly, boldly open peoples hearts with the truth of the word of God so they can see for themselves the guilt and sins they have hidden in there heart. Let them be offended. Do not fear man but fear God. [Luke 12:4] Speak and be strengthened!

Eph 5:15 'have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.'

What else is holding us back, filling us full of excuses? It is this attitude of once saved always saves. I'm not putting that into contention as verses like Hebrews 6:4 might. I'm just saying this mindset is stealing many peoples purpose in life, giving them excuses not to put childish, worldly things aside to get on mission for the Lord. [1 Cor 13:11] [1 john 215]

Paul did not considering himself to have already attained but rather pressed upward and onward to the call of Christ, fighting the good fight till his last breath! [Phil 3:13] [1 Tim 6:12] His attitude was to keep on striving to please His Lord considering that he himself may become disqualified. [1 Cor 9:27]

Maybe with optimism, we ought to have the mindset of working out our own salvation with fear and trembling. [Phil 2:12] Consider the chapter in John 15 or verses 1 Cor 1:18 which says but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.

I'm not declaring you can loose your salvation, though certainly your reward. I'm just saying we seam to be taking for granted our salvation with that mindset.

If not Paul, than let us follow the example of John the Baptist.

Jesus said, "Among those born of women there has not risen one greater than John the Baptist." Crowds came to him, but he constantly told them that he was nothing—that the coming Messiah was everything. He preached about repentance, about the Kingdom of God and to prepare for the Messiah's coming. Keep in mind Jesus declared vehemently He will return so the message is the same. If anything it is more important.

Instead of serving at the church as a pastor, he dressed in a camel's hair garment and a leather belt. He was a Wild-man eating locusts and wild honey (Mat 3:4). He told the crowds that came to see him that they needed to repent and that the Kingdom of God was at. He preached the same message as Jesus Christ (Mark 1:14-15) and prepared the way for Him (Matthew 3:3).\

When the religious leaders of his time came to see him, John showed a heart of courage and rebuked them for hypocrisy. His message was hard. [Luke 3:7] " Then he said to the multitudes that came out to be baptized by him, "Brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the wrath to come?  Therefore bear fruits worthy of repentance," Than after standing for holiness to a unbeliever, he was beheaded, giving all of himself for the Lord.

Everything comes down to faith in Jesus. Do you believe what he says? Consider how ambitious we will be for the things of this world which will pass away.


[Eph 5:15] "See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise, redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what the will of the Lord is." [Titus 2:11] "For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age, looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ, who gave Himself for us, that He might redeem us from every lawless deed and purify for Himself His own special people, zealous for good works."

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The Near Deafening Silence from Christendom on Bill 10 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Concerned Christians Canada   
Saturday, 14 March 2015 01:21

Two days ago on March 11, I went to the streets once again with a small group of faithful followers of Christ who, like me, were not content to mumble and grumble about the shifting tides and changing winds of society and of the decay of morality in Canada. We took signs and dedicated hearts to the front of the Calgary Board of Education for an Emergency Media Interview about the current state of affairs, in response to Alberta’s newly passed Bill 10 (a law that as of June 1, 2015 has the potential of dramatically altering Christian education in Alberta from then on).

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Before I go on, let me give a little background, for those who have not been following this development. Bill 10 is the bill which the Alberta government, foisted upon Albertans, which forces Christian schools to promote unbiblical sexual relationships in their facilities, in direct opposition to the approved charters of those schools, and spitting in the face of the covenant that students and parents must sign before a student is enrolled at them. It tramples on religious freedom (a supposedly “Guaranteed Fundamental Freedom” in Canada) in favor of coddling the feelings of and giving special rights to those the Bible refers to as the sexually immoral.

What’s even viler is that Jim Prentice, the Premier of Alberta, is supposed to be a Christian man, regularly attending Grace Presbyterian Church for years. Evidently, his time attending church did not teach him that homosexuality is unbiblical, and that the Bible teaches that the sexually immoral will not inherit the Kingdom of God, as he voted in favor of the unbiblical same sex-marriage laws. He helped pass that legislation which has caused many problems for Christian marriage commissioners and pastors that are faced with the challenge of being pressured by ungodly laws to marry two men or two women, against the teachings of the Bible. We at CCC were disappointed at the time as we were actively speaking against the new laws geared at normalizing homosexual relationships, because he showed no moral backbone then, and once again disappointed dedicated followers of Christ in Alberta by kicking the doors of Christian schools open and sending in the homosexual activists and educators to indoctrinate and normalize homosexuality there too.

Alberta Premier Jim Prentice at Calgary's homosexual pride parade 2014


His second hand man in this matter, Gordon Dirksen, is, as I understand it, a former pastor of Centre Street Church and the former Dean of Rocky Mountain Bible College. This, evidently, did nothing to make him a warrior for the Kingdom of God. Although many Christians I was speaking to about the Bill prior to it being passed were under the impression that Mr. Dirksen would stand for our values, since he was a prominent Christian leader, and would not bow to the pressure of a wicked society to embrace the promotion of the homosexual agenda in Christian schools, he did the opposite. With great joy Gordon Dirksen presented what I like to call the Gay Schools Agenda (GSA) bill and ushered in a new era to the joy and praise of the homosexual activists, who won yet another victory against, what they think are old fashioned, backward thinking Christians, who need to be beaten down, silenced, and hopefully one day snuffed out of existence.

Gordon Dirks Minister of Education, former Rocky Mountain College president and present executive pastor of Calgary's Centre Street Church

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Both of these men were elected by people who believed that they would stand and represent them as Christians not as men who checked their moral standards at the door when they left the building (the four walls of the church). Truly this demonstrates that the moral complacency and biblical compromise of Christians and Christian leaders is truly what is leading to the decay of our society. The light has gone out and the flavor of Christians tastes like the moral cesspool of society.

The true motives of those who forwarded the original Bill 202 (homosexual activists and social Marxists), that was the foundation for Bill 10, which ultimately passed third reading on March 10, are to force their immoral messaging into the one place that they have not been welcome to promote it before (Christian schools). The answer from Christian schools, churches, pastors, bishops, church elders and deacons, Christian university deans, Christian activists, Christian debaters, and the like…? DEAFENING SILENCE!

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Now, as for our press conference in front of the CBE, the media came, interviewed us, and since there was nothing that they found worthy to disparage, once again, as many times in the past, they did not air the interview (CBC Radio, CBC News and CTV News held the interviews). Now, if Christians would come out in great numbers, if Christians would stand together with one voice and oppose the corrupt and perverse demise of our culture, if Christians would realize that a house divided amongst itself cannot stand, but a house united in Christ, according to His Word and empowered by His Spirit, can overcome the world, oh what a different picture this would be. The media and the nation would have no choice but to stand up and take notice.

You see, this shows, that although there are followers of Christ who are willing to speak out on issues, the media today is corrupt and is only willing to show “Christians” as extremists, or to in some other way skew the impact of Christians on society. If sincere and dedicated Christians speak out on issues, with an attempt to bring the Biblical perspective to a matter, without hatred or malice, but with genuine concern for Canada and for the direction our nation is being taken, the corrupt media is not content to let that message be heard. These outlets are biased and wicked, with one agenda, to promote the agenda of social Marxism. But even that would not be enough to stop the moral tide, if those called by the name of Christ would live Godly and would stand righteously, unwilling to bend the knee to the tyranny of false peace in the name of tolerance or in the spirit of passivism, or cultural insignificance.

None the less, there were a precious few of us who were willing to stand, this time, determined to continue to make a real difference, in spite of small numbers. We did our best to represent Christ to those who we came into contact with, using this God given opportunity to be salt and light to security personnel at the building, to those who interacted with us on the sidewalk, to the media people and to everyone we came into contact with along the way.

Never underestimate the fact that Jesus said, “the Kingdom of God is within you”. If we have the right attitude, we will recognize that we are God’s ambassadors being sent out with His authority and with His mandate to take the message of the Kingdom of God and the Gospel of Peace, into the entire world, with a desire to make disciples of men for God’s Glory and His Kingdom in righteousness and truth. If one heart is touched, if one person is impacted, then God’s mandate to reach the world is being accomplished in us and through us. At the end of the day, it is not our responsibility to make people receive the message. It is our responsibility to faithfully deliver it.

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There are many who call themselves Christians today, like Jim Prentice and Gordon Dirksen, who have completely lost sight of the mission that Christ sent us to achieve and the method by which we are to operate amidst a wicked and adulterous generation. Jesus said that He would send us out as sheep amongst the wolves. He said that we are to be the light (which pierces the darkness) of the earth, and that we are to let the light of Christ shine in us and through us. He called us the salt of the earth (which is to flavor the world with His truth, that can set people free), but warned us that salt can become flavorless and will therefore be of no use and will be trampled underfoot.

So often over the years, I have heard Christians quote various scriptures over their lives and over one another, but I seldom see them apply those scriptures in any way that would cause them to be like the apostles or prophets of old. Seldom, like the true Biblical Jesus. All too often, those scriptures they quote are spoken over themselves as a means to proclaim personal prosperity, or good feelings of self, or to make them feel liked within a corrupt and adulterous generation.

I tell you brothers and sisters, that this should never be the case. Jesus was not some motivational self-help speaker. He wasn’t interested in giving you your best life now as some preachers would have you believe, today. That is a worldly and defeated view of the Christian life, which will barely help you get by, as worldly men and women. That view will make you as worthy of praise as a sidewalk block, that is daily tread and spat upon.

We are called to be victorious, to be overcomers, to be more than conquerors, in Christ Jesus, but not for some egocentric purpose. No, rather, Jesus said, “in this life you will have trouble but take courage as I have overcome the world.” Even as Christ walked in the world, so should we walk, not as placid self-seeking people, desiring only to better our own lives, but rather as those who realize that the world must be reached with the Gospel of the Kingdom.

We need to realize that where Jesus and the apostles went, they left an aroma of Christ, a flavor of the Kingdom, a mark indicating that the light of Christ had shone in that place. Do we have the same view? Do we believe that wherever we go, we are to take the influence, the message and the power of the Kingdom of God with us, with a goal to change people and the nations we are in, and go into? If we don’t we should.

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When all is said and done, at the end of our lives, if all you and I have accomplished is to have a better car, a nicer house, political or business influence, or to have been seen as nice people, to the desperate and dying world around us, we will find ourselves standing face to face with a King who will be ashamed of us, who will point His finger at us and say “GO, ye worker of iniquity, depart from Me into outer and everlasting darkness where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth.”

Jesus already told us that if we are merely trying to save our lives today, then we will forever lose our lives in eternity. If on the other hand, we are willing to lay down our lives and all of our hopes, our dreams, our relationships, our status, our wealth, the esteem of man, and every other worldly ambition, for Him, then we will gain eternal life, if we walk by the Spirit and according to His Word. I encourage you to not be compromisers willing to sell the Lord for thirty pieces of silver, but lay up for yourselves treasure in heaven worth more than silver and gold; the treasure of God’s approval of a life lived in and for the risen savior who laid everything down, who paid a high price for your deliverance from moral compromise and wickedness. Stand for Him, in the face of adversity, since he stood in the place of torment for you, and for your opportunity to receive eternal life, through repentance and service of the King of kings and the Lord of lords.

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Reach out to somebody in the world and spread the message of his Glory PDF Print E-mail
Written by Peter Reicher   
Thursday, 05 March 2015 22:22

Today I am going to write about something that has been on my mind for a little while that I want to share with you.

For about two years now I have been actively involved in reaching out to people in the name of Jesus primarily through the Street Church ministry and I have been blessed with seeing peoples lives transformed through those efforts. Through all that time spent I can recount many stories but, until recently, I didn't notice how my story had been transformed as well. On that day I decided to help out and volunteer for that ministry. I was not new to Christianity, I was new to the idea of a church with now walls though. During those times prior, all the works of the enemy worried me as a result. I believed in Christ but am ashamed to think that I might have been ashamed to admit it openly to people. I doubt many knew I even believed in Jesus Christ, I was not a "bad guy" and actually tried to be a "good guy"... I realize now that I was simply not as convicted as I am today.

Here I am today, 2 years later and I praise the living God for His works in me. In my service I have actually received a liberation that could not be conceived at the time. I stand today as a living testimony to my God's grace, that He took a sinner such as me and empowered me to do His works. Today I am a seasoned spiritual warrior, today I walk from glory to glory and all things work together for my good in the name of Jesus Christ. Today I am unashamed, I have the name of Jesus on my truck, on my wife's car, on our house, on my shirts, on my families shirts, I have marched through my city declaring His holy name and by His authority have turned back the gates of hell. I have been empowered because I chose to start speaking about Him, I have declared I am not ashamed.

So I am thankful to my Father in Heaven, I am thankful Jesus, I am thankful Holy Spirit. Thank you for showing me the highways and byway, for working with me all the while I thought I was working for You.

I encourage you the reader, reach out to somebody in the world and spread the message of his Glory... it will change your life for the better as much as theirs.


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