'New' We the Kingdom release first single after big changes
With four band members instead of five, We the Kingdom is releasing a new song in a new season.
The Christian band previously consisted of family members, brothers Ed and Scott Cash, Ed's son and daughter, Martin Cash and Franni Rae Cash Cain, alongside their close family friend Andrew Bergthold.
Tauren Wells adds title of pastor as church plant officially opens
Nine-time Grammy-nominated singer Tauren Wells made his official debut as a lead pastor as the Church of Whitestone opened its doors for the first time.
In April 2023, Wells announced that his family of six would be packing up and moving from Houston to Georgetown to start up a church. Less than a year later, that dream has become a reality.
Beacon of Hope: Sylvia St. Cyr's family participate in Bear Clan walk
I (Sylvia St. Cyr) must say that while volunteering with the Bear Clan wasn't my idea, I'm so glad I joined a high school to take part in the walk this past weekend.
With two teenagers in high school, I've seen firsthand how Niverville High School has some wonderful ways of teaching the kids while giving back to the community. This included inviting all the students from grades 9 to 12 on a Bear Clan walk in downtown Winnipeg. I volunteered to be a parent chaperone this past Friday evening.
Nurturing the spirit of healing: Nurses Christian Fellowship hosts inspiring prayer breakfast
Nurses from across the province will meet in Winnipeg this weekend for breakfast, fellowship and prayer.
The group is part of Nurses Christian Fellowship Canada, founded in 1932 to give nursing students and graduates a place to do Bible study and pray together.
Province invests $30 million to expand school nutrition programming
Premier Wab Kinew is following through on an election campaign promise, announcing Tuesday that the province is committing $30 million to expand the province's lunch program.
This record investment will ensure that all children in the province can access healthy foods in schools when needed.
Pastor, father of 6 ran 153 marathons in a row, raising awareness for foster care
To bring awareness to adoption and foster care, a pastor from Missouri ran 153 marathons in a row, unofficially breaking a world record.
Malachi O'Brien and his wife have four biological children and two adopted children that they fostered to start. O'Brien understands the importance of family surrounding the vulnerable as he was adopted by his aunt and uncle when he was just three years old.
'God has done incredible work': Pastor shot in the head while street preaching returns to church
A pastor who was shot in the head while street preaching in Arizona is back up on his feet.
After months of being in hospital, 26-year-old Hans Schmidt returned to church.
Manitoba Harvest receives signifiant donation from Winnipeg church
Harvest Manitoba received a significant donation from a Winnipeg church.
Just before Christmas, Covenant Christian Reformed Church hosted three fundraising performances of Handel’s Messiah, with all funds raised going to Harvest Manitoba.
'He was my hero,' pastor saves family from dog attack
A woman from Indiana is honouring her husband after he stepped in front of a pair of pit bulls to prevent her and her grandaughter from being attacked.
Betty Mundine says her husband of almost 50 years helped save her life after pit bulls came into their yard. William Mundine, an 85-year-old pastor saw the dogs and immediately went to shoo them away from his wife when things took a turn.
How a local woman and Lauren Daigle helped set an inmate free
Today, Anna Chaboyer is happily married and raising her four children in a blended family in Winkler, but five years ago she was sitting in a Headingley prison cell addicted to meth.
It was 2019 when Anna found herself in that prison cell. What had started as a "little bit of partying" and experimenting with hard drugs like cocaine took a serious turn for the worse the moment she was introduced to meth at the age of 30.
Teen bringing hope and love to Winnipeg with album release concert
He may still be in high school, but Yeho Estioco is getting ready to celebrate the release of his second album this weekend, and he's inviting you to join him.
Yeho, just 17 years old, is hosting a concert at the Park Theatre on Sunday, Feb. 4, to release Hope & Love, a live rendition of his first album, iHope, with the addition of a couple of new songs as well. The show gets underway at 7 p.m. and will feature Yeho Estioco and the Hausband. They'll not only play songs from the teen's album but praise music as well, including some of his dad Danny's original material.