Intersections of Life
Since 1911, we've been placing Bibles and New Testaments in the intersections of life, praying people will pick up God's Word and discover His love letter to them. Based on the letters we receive on a regular basis, we know it works, and that's why you still find them in hotels, hospitals, prisons and the public service.
Janet carefully crafted the suicide note and then wrapped her hands around the bottle of pills. Her gaze fixed on the night table where a Gideon-placed Bible lay. Something prompted her to pick it up and begin to read.Read More
How a simple Spanish phrase from her chiropractor pierced the soul of a First Peoples woman from Port Alberni, BCRead More
When Henry visits patients every Wednesday at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital, they quickly become friends. One day as he was about to make his usual visitation rounds, he felt the Lord nudge him to go and see Louise immediately. Read More
A happy home with two medical professionals married for 25 years and a beautiful daughter—that’s how it all appeared to the outside world. But that’s not how life played out for Aqua* behind her walls of horror. Read More
How Lillian brought hope to fellow survivors Read More
When I finished reading, an inmate spoke up and asked, “Can you read it again for us, please?” Looking up from the second reading, I saw that some of the men were in tears, while others stared at the floor in silence. God was at work.Read More
At age 22, Kevin already owned his own business, had married a lovely Christian woman and had a daughter named Taya. They belonged to a church near Abbotsford, BC. Yet this promising young man eventually wound up in a jail cell nearly destroying the life he had.
I rejected what I knew of Christianity, mostly because I had never heard a clear presentation of the gospel—just some words that failed to resonate at all. For all I knew, Jesus had the same relevance as the tooth fairy. It all changed in summer of 1985, between my first and second year of university. Read More
By the time Mike Vlahos had graduated from high school, he’d already dubbed himself an agnostic. “Although I felt there had to be a higher being over all this creation and order, that Being was unknowable to me,” he recalls thinking.
I hate you. Those are devastating words, aren’t they? What if you were 14 years old and told yourself, I hate you? What affect would that have on you for the rest of your life…unless there was an intervention of some kind to change the way you think about yourself. Read More
How God is opening doors for Bible clubs in York Region public schoolsRead More
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