Learning to live for God in a hostile world

Lisa Goudy
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Greg Simpson (right), president of Simpson Seeds, presents Joe Dueck, founder and director of Joe's Place with a donation of $6,051.05 from the participants of the 2014 Restore Our Land Seed Blessing that took place on April 15.

Transformation is an important word to Rev. Dr. Alistair Petrie.

As the executive director of Partnership Ministries, a global ministry teaching principles and relevance of the Gospel, Petrie has travelled extensively to many nations around the world.

He has witnessed transformation to address issues existing in cities, regions, businesses and churches. That has affected lifestyles.

On Friday and Saturday, he will speak in Moose Jaw at the Restore Our Land conference at Victory Church, hosted by Greg and Maureen Simpson. The conference is at 7 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.

“We have about 800 cities probably that are actually in the form of transformation,” said Petrie. “(At the conference), we’re going to look a little bit at some of the ethnicities, the issues in finances, economics, the spiritual issues, a lot of the social dishevelment issues.”

For the full story, check back soon to the website.

Organizations: Victory Church

Geographic location: Moose Jaw

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