Giving great ideas legs to run on . . . by curating knowledge and effective practice for the front-line of ministry
in Canada

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Ministry Workers Helping Ministry Workers in Canada

Peer learning is one of the most under-utilized forms of learning in organizations today.         

Ambrose @ Large is an initiative of Ambrose Seminary, which is dedicated to providing a platform that connects front-line ministry leaders to one another in order to encourage and inspire more effective ministry and mission across Canada.


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The Discipling Project (New)

Share the insights, tools and resources that you've discovered and used in tackling the challenge of truly growing people as disciples of Jesus.  In particular, if you have an overview of how you are seeking to shape a culture of discipleship in your church please share this and we will make it available to others through Ambrose@Large. These contributions will be curated into an easy to access tool kit for staff and ministry leaders in Canada. 

Quick Survey Question
Quick Survey Question
What is your take on the following statement?
When it comes to truly making disciples in our ministry context, we have a plan, system and culture for doing this very well.

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Faith aeffects Podcast

By Ambrose University

Bernie and Mark, a historical theologian and a pastoral theologian, riff and banter about faith and life as they interview a colourful cast of thinkers and doers on what they're, well ..., thinking and doing, and why it matters.

Past guest include

  • Brian Doerksen,

  • John Van Sloten,

  • Dave Blundell.


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