Each year the CFOT Missions Committee sets a target for the college community to contribute towards The Salvation Army’s Partners in Mission Campaign which supports the Army’s ministries in other parts of the world. For the 2009-2010 training year our goal was $8,000. Over the past 10 months money has been raised through Dress Down [...]
We recently held our first fundraiser lunch hosted by the Missions Committee of CFOT. We hosted guests from fellow Cadets, CFOT Staff, Prairie DHQ and Booth College. We were served a generous portion of spaghetti with tasty ceasar salad and garlic toast. To top it all off, we were treated to homemade harvest cupcakes! It [...]
The CFOT Missions Committee began the 2008 school year with hopes—to raise $7000 for Partners in Mission through various fundraising events, bring awareness about world missions to the CFOT community, and encourage our Canadian personnel serving our of the Territory. We are thrilled to announce that God has blessed us beyond our $7000 goal for [...]
We’re delighted to continue our coverage on Canadian officers serving in overseas appointments. Meet Majors Brian and Rosalie Peddle, DCs for the Northern Division in New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga Territory. In the following excerpt, Brian and Rosalie invite us to share with them a little of what their life is like in this most beautiful part of the world.
Majors Rowe currently serve in the South Africa Territory. Major Lyndsay Rowe writes: The Division is rather unique in that it takes includes three countries, The Western Cape Province of South Africa, Namibia, and the South Atlantic Island of St. Helena. There are over four million people in the Division.
Lt. Col. Susan McMillan is currently serving the Lord as Chief Secretary for the South America Territory. She shares her ministry story with us. Please pray for her and those whom she ministers, and remember to be generous with your time and financial resources as you share with Partners in Mission during this Lenten period of self-denial.
During this season of Lent CFOT would like to direct your attention to our sisters and brothers serving in the world. Consider how you might deny yourself in order to provide for others.