"Many Canadian Christians wonder if it is possible to effectively reach
their new Canadian neighbors with the good news of Jesus Christ," writes
Jacqueline Dugas in the first chapter of Transforming Our Nation. "They
struggle to believe that people of drastically different cultures and religions
would actually accept the claims of Christ."
If you want to get an overview of evangelical Christian work in Canada,
Transforming Our Nation is the place to look. The book takes a hard, clear and
sometimes embarrassing look at the work of evangelicals in Canada and presents
a plan to reassert Christian evangelism and discipleship in the nation. Packed
with current statistics, readers can learn the importance of evangelistic
mission work is in the largely unreached nation. (See related stories on pages
Two of the most interesting sections of the book include an overview of the
various unreached people groups who make up Canada's people-scape and a look at
the 10 key findings about Christianity in Canada.
These key findings include:
Transforming Our Nation is necessary reading for anyone interested in
reaching Canada for Christ.
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