Greetings beloved in the name of Jesus Christ. We thank God for your life. Please note that we have reopened the church for services on Sunday September 13th at 10am and look forward to seeing you and yours. Kindly use masks covering your nose and mouth when coming. We will also have masks available. We do love you but will practise social distancing. Please stay home if you are sick and pray the personal pandemic prayers and God will heal you in Jesus name. For those of us who are not in the Barrie area or cannot make it to church do continue to pray along with us and for us. May God continue to keep and bless us all in Jesus name. Do refer to the Services page for more information. Also feel free to use the pages on Prayers for the month, Pandemic: Your balm of refuge and healing in uncertain times; and other materials on the website including the media section for specific prayers. Keep safe and God keep you in Jesus name.
God's Solution Ministries
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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Where do you stand?

Where you are standing says a lot about you; where you are and where you are going. Visions and passion are also influenced by what you can see. The extent, dimensions and how well you see things is greatly influenced by where you stand.
Habakkuk declared: I will stand upon a tower and watch to see what He will say to me and how I will answer… (Habakkuk 2:1)
We cannot afford to be found standing in the way of sinners - Psalm 1:1 - encouraging, supporting or taking part in sinful acts.
If you don’t stand up for what is right, you may be left sitting with what is left.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Kunle Fafiolu
What are you passionate about? What has God laid on your heart to accomplish? For Rick Hansen, a notable Canadian Paralympics who had spinal cord injury at age 15; his passion is to find a cure for people with spinal cord injuries. He was injured when the truck he was traveling in went off the road and crashed into some trees.
Since then, Rick has won all-star awards in five sports; became the first student with a physical disability to graduate in physical education from the University of British Columbia. Rick won national championships in wheelchair volleyball and wheelchair basketball. He has won 3 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze medals at the 1980 and 1984 Summer Paralympics. Rick has also coached high school basketball and volleyball. (Wikipedia)
More notably; motivated by Terry Fox; Rick planned to circle the whole world in his wheelchair to support and raise money for spinal cord injury research. Rick’s man in motion world tour of over 40,000km attracted so much publicity and raised money for spinal cord injury research in line with his passions and dreams.
Where do you stand?