- The CLDA mailbox continues to receive letters from inmates requesting the Bible correspondence course. Hundreds of inmates in Canada ...........
January 25, 2023
The 36th Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Lord's Day Association is planned for Friday, March 3, 2023 in the Ebenezer Free Reformed Church. Rev. A Vergunst hopes to speak on "the war for the Lord's Day".
Last year's address by Rev Macleod on the theme of "Sabbath and Redemption" is available in digital, print and audio format. For a print copy contact us, and we will mail it. For PDF article CLICK HERE. Click here for audio of Rev Macleod's address on "Sabbath and Redemption"
The Canadian Lord’s Day Association has recently prepared three different courses for those who want to learn more about the Bible. Families are also using them on to guide their study and to keep His day holy. Many Canadain prison inmates who have graduated with certificates of completion have expressed appreciation for the simple yet profound instruction they received by following these courses.
The CLDA Scripture Diary gives Canadian prisoners a sense of hope for the future as they tick off the days toward their release date. The diary is the one link to the outside world as inmates record family birthdays and anniversaries and, more importantly to them, visiting day. The greatest value of the diary, however, is in the daily scripture verses and the reminder to inmates that each week begins with the Lord's Day.
The Canadian Lord’s Day Association has been privileged to oversee the publication and distribution of scripture diaries and correspondence courses to those behind bars for more than 25 years. Since 1996 your donations and support have enabled us to distribute more than 1.5 million copies. Last year, even amidst the difficulties of the pandemic, we were able to distribute 145,000 English and 3,000 French diaries. Please pray that the Lord will continue to incline churches and the hearts of individuals to support this simple ministry and that the seed of His Word may be made fruitful.
You inquired as to how it was the Daily Diary was of such help to me while incarcerated...
The first thing which comes to mind are the quotes...........
In 1986 our non-denominational organization was organized as an ongoing Christian witness to the Lord's Day in Canada. Since Canada's earliest days organizations, suchas the The Lord's Day Observance Society(UK), The Sabbath Reformation Society(Kingston) and the Lord's Day Alliance of Canada (1882-1982), had been a faithful voice promoting the sanctity to the Lord's Day.
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