From September 2014 to April 2015, our diocesan, Bishop Charlie Masters, travelled from coast to coast sharing his vision and priorities for ANiC. You can see his schedule of meetings here and photos from some of those meeting – especially the children’s sessions – here.
The wordless book was a book developed by Charles Haddon Spurgeon in 1866 to simply explain the message of Jesus. It uses colours to represent the transformation of a life changed by Jesus. 3 Colours is based on this wordless book. Black represents our sin, the darkness of our own soul apart from God. Red represents the blood of Jesus shed for us, that covers over our sins and perfectly redeems us. White represents our new life in Jesus, pure and spotless, and filled with a peace that remains.
This is a video/post from St. George’s Anglican Church of Burlington, Ontario. To read more click here.