Bev Hadland is Crossroads' National Outreach Ambassador. She will be travelling to Chicoutimi, Quebec to speak at the Women of the Word conference. She will be speaking to young adults and teens who are attending along with other women. Talking about sex, love and dating as well as doing a workshop on healthy relationships. Then she will head to Chapais on Sunday and meet with missionaries Chuck and Sandra Morton who will introduce her to the various chiefs on the Reservations.
"As an ambassador my job is letting people know what Crossroads is doing. I want to be a unifying voice with the churches" explains Bev.
Louie Says, a children's program in the Cree language dedicated to sharing the gospel to children will be handed out to Aboriginal children. It is a wonderful opportunity to get out there and provide Louie Says to the Sunday school curriculum. When kids receive the Louie says package, they get a cap, a ball and games as well as DVD's, 12 songs and 16 lessons. In every episode, they learn a Cree word.
Bev interviewed chiefs and asked where they want to see their reserves in 10 years. "People who are on the reserves are Canadian and we need to hear the cry of their heart" says Bev.
On Sept 15th Bev will be in speaking in Quebec. "I want them to be blessed and feel cared for, to hear their story and pass it on to the Body of Christ."
Please keep Bev in your prayers as she travels to share Jesus and listen to the needs of the community.