June 20th, 2011
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Josh from the budding age of five declared that he wanted to be an electrical engineer and he recently achieved this long-time goal. Having graduated from the University of Victoria, he is now employed in the field of distribution power engineering. As an engineer, Josh has great respect for God as a designer, planner, and master of order and law in the universe. He likes to tie his studies of the scriptures into the principles he has learned as an engineer.
Josh is an avid cyclist and runner and participated in his first triathlon last year. He is a good example for the rest of us in terms of cardio-vascular fitness, something we all must consider in this day of desk jobs.
In his spare time Josh loves to garden, especially when there are the big dirty earth-moving tasks to be done. And if that’s not possible, you’ll often find him hiking with his wife along the Vancouver Island trails, and photographing the beauty of God’s creation: forests, mountains, and seashore.
Josh is always eager to search the scriptures and make his defense for the gospel. In courting his wife, he had the opportunity to delve deeply into bible study in order to present the truth of God in a way she could appreciate, and this time of study and reflection was a turning point in his life. More
2011 Feast of Tabernacles from cogwebcast on Vimeo
We are happy to announce that Alex Kennedy has finalized arrangements for our Feast of Tabernacles meeting hall in Penticton
It is a beautiful location on Lake Okanagan with views of the water and the mountains.
An ideal spot to celebrate the Creator and His handy-work.
UPDATE June 30th: Festival location, hotel accommodation and reservation information is now available.
Click here to find out more and make your bookings.
June 19th, 2011
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Jeremiah Patton has had an artist’s eye from his earliest years. Before competing his studies at Vancouver Island University in Graphic design, he took a course in videography that led to the production of a host of videos for commercial clients and the creation of the EJ Hughes documentary, that vividly presents the life and accomplishments of one of Canada’s foremost landscape artists.
Jeremiah has received awards for his artistic endeavours in videography and photography. You can see some of his work on Vimeo. More
June 17th, 2011
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Join us online and celebrate the Sabbath with us.
Sabbath Services begin at 11:30 pst weekly
Living on Vancouver Island or just visiting the area?
We welcome you to join us in person for services and a potluck afterward.
Just call ahead:
Jeff, Jeremiah, or Carolanne at +1 250 716-1141
Jeff Patton continues the series of sermons on
demonstrating our love of God and man
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June 17th, 2011
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Pentecost from cogwebcast on Vimeo.
As we celebrate God’s holy day we gain a deeper understanding of the path God has set before us, and the power he has given us to fulfill His purpose. Jeff Patton connects the significance of Shavu’ot in the Old Covenant with Pentecost in the new and shows us how Ruth’s dedication to God, as her God, led God to include her in “His people,” as the firstfruits of creation and co-heirs of Christ.
Recognizing God’s Leaders from cogwebcast on Vimeo.
Many voices in our world, both secular and religious are saying we will soon reach a “point of no return” that could herald major transformations that will overturn the world as we know it today. Jeff Patton, in light of the uncertain future we all may face, encourages everyone to prepare to meet God. He examines the Exodus 19, the Psalms, and David’s thoughts on who will live in God’s presence and stand on His Holy hill.
June 16th, 2011
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Whenever Islamic fanatics’ religious sensitivities are sufficiently stirred up–say by an unflattering event like the publication of an editorial cartoon that mocks their star player from Mecca and so hurts their self-esteem –then those fans riot in the streets. They love to make the world hear their violent expressions of support for their hometown teams…