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The Jaffray Centre is an integration point for global initiatives at Ambrose University College and Seminary. A combination incubator/greenhouse of sorts where new ideas, collaborative initiatives and fresh ways of looking at God’s global mission are nurtured. The Jaffray Centre is made up of people like you and me who want to engage the world around them in new and meaningful ways. Through collaborative project development, training and research projects, the Jaffray Centre seeks to rekindle and ignite a passion for God’s unending concern for people.
angExchange - Ang International Education Exchange
Sandy Ayer, director of Library Services and Archivist at Ambrose University College, recently travelled to Davao, Philippines, to conduct library assessments and seminars at several schools there, as part of Jaffray’s angExchange. He comments: The highlight of my recent trip to Davao, Philippines on behalf of the Jaffray Centre had to be the seminar I led for local theological librarians on the future of libraries. I confess to having been quite nervous about this presentation. “This has to be about the future of their libraries,” I thought. (Read more . . .)
KAIROS - a 9-session interactive course on world Christian mission
- is designed to educate, inspire and challenge Christians to active and meaningful participation in the world.
- can be taken for credit at Ambrose (Contact us)
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Coming up . . .
Jaffray globaLearning course: JGL 506 Short Term Missions: Training the Trainer (Instructor: Richard Reichert)
If your church is sending out a short term missions team this summer, consider this 8-week online course for team leaders as a way of equipping them to lead more effectively.
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Diaspora . . .
= scattered; peoples dispersed from their homeland. Did you know that there are millions of people who are in this category?
To help you pray . . . Prayer for Migrants in the New Year, from Dr. Joy Tira
Check out this recent blog by Sadiri Joy Tira, a reflection on the lives and impact of Horatio and Hope McCombs – Diaspora Missions: Only Tomorrow Will Tell
For more from Dr. Tira, see International Migrants Day