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Tuesday 8 January 2019

Canadian Christian Ministry 2018

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ISBN 978-1-64258-883-5


The Most Lukewarm Church of in the Whole  Western Nations


Canadian Christian parents have lost their parental sovereignty over their children. The pulpit is responsible since it avoids political debate. This book reveals the deception and the solution.

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André Delage’s newly released “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018” is a potent read that addresses the rehabilitation of the declining spirituality of Canadian churches.

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“Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations” from Christian Faith Publishing author André Delage is an insightful opus that approaches the idea of improving the Canadian church’s virtues.




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“Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations”: an in-depth account of revitalizing the dismal state of believers in Canada by reminding them of the God-appointed Christian’s role of ‘Defender of the Faith’ and ‘Guardian of The Constitution’ which was founded upon the principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law. “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations” is the creation of the published author, André Delage, a devout Christian, and a Canadian. 

Delage shares, “Canadian Christian parents have lost their parental sovereignty over their children. The government has ownership of our children, teaching religious principles and sexual behaviour that goes against Christian ethics and moral values.

The Canadian churches are in danger of losing their “reason d’être – Light on the Lampstand.” This book is oriented toward Canadian Christian ministries of all denominations and all Christians around the world who live in a so-called democratic country and have a Charter of Rights of some kind to protect their faith and moral values.  

In this book, I will focus on the Canadian Church’s dismal spiritual condition. Being divided makes us vulnerable. I want to do something about it, after all, I am Christian, a Canadian, I love this country, this province of Newfoundland and Labrador, I love God’s Church and most of all, I love my children and grandchildren.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, André Delage’s new book presents a goal of revamping every Christian’s learned responsibility around the world and rediscovering the true nature of being a light and the salt of the earth in this dismal political world. 

View a synopsis of “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018: The Most Lukewarm Church in the Whole Western Nations”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.



ISBN 978-1-64258-883-5
ISBN-10: 1642588830

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I wish to thank in advance those of you for sharing my video clip and this book that I published... the book was in the making for over 2 years.  I accumulated information which is viewed from outside the box of a conventional Christian perspective.



Canadian Christian Ministry 2018 - The Most Lukewarm Church of in the Whole Western Nations 

by Andre Delage 

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Sunday 18 November 2018

Freedom of Religion vs Freedom to Worship

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Freedom is Not Free

Yet we, Canadian Christians have Lost it

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Glovertown, NL


Freedom cost the lives of many soldiers, airmen, and navy personnel where all were grieved by a loved one, from a father, a mother, brothers and sisters who will never be comforted for their loss. It was a war by hand-to-hand combat, infantry, artillery fire, air-to-air combat, bombing deliberately on the civilian population, battleships against battleships, and merchant vessels against submarines.  The cost of human life and resources for our freedom far exceeds our comprehension.  It is now been taken for granted,  easily giving up our freedom to accommodate the agenda of our enemies that have infiltrated our government institutions without resistance, not even a single gunshot has been fired, no sign of casualty. Nonetheless, there have been casualties. Our children have been kidnapped, and parents have lost their sovereign parenthood right over their children.  Christians underestimate our enemy and its tactics. We were always at war - a war against principality, a war against Judeo-Christian culture. Canada's enemies are those who want to destroy our Judeo-Christian values.

“For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places,” Eph 6:12

“Having disarmed principalities and powers, He made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them in it,” Col 2:15

This commentary exposes the lies and the deceptions. It is about making a public spectacle of the false principalities and misappropriation by the authority of the federal government and the provincial government who weaken our Judeo-Christian heritage in Canada by twisting language which was under the protection of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.


The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees that everyone
has the following fundamental freedoms:

freedom of conscience and religion;• freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including   freedom of the press and other media of communication;freedom of peaceful assembly; and• freedom of association.

Rights Respecting Certain Schools Preserved
• Nothing in this Charter abrogates or derogates from any rights or privileges guaranteed by or under the Constitution of Canada in respect of denominational, separate or dissentient schools.

A lesson from the past


Have we learned anything from the example of God’s people Israel?  The theme throughout the Book of Judges was, “Failure through compromise” and the theme found in the Book of Joshua was “Victory through faith.”
How many books have been written, how many commentaries were blogged, and how many sermons have been preached about faith? Is the Church any better than historical Israel when it comes to being in obedience to His commandments? The Church has its moments of victory and its moments of failure. One generation who has forgotten what it took to be in fellowship with God proceeded by a generation crying out to God to intervene. Is this where the Church of this era is right now, confused, divided and in despair? Many American and Canadian Christians are crying out to God for a revival while many Christians are content with a once-a-week gathering to worship our Lord since they figure that we still have the right to do so. You wouldn’t believe how many stay-at-home believers are forsaking the assembly of the saints, (Hebrews 10:25). Revival will not come unless we are willing to obey and to live by faith according to His instructions. If we don’t obey, we are no better than the children of Jacob, Israel. Inasmuch God warned Israel and Judah to return to Him and to His covenant, so is Jesus through the Apostle John whom He loved much, through his writing is warning His Church in North America to return as a good and faithful steward of His Word, fulfil His commission or else, it will be given to another nation.

“Remember therefore from where you have fallen; repent and do the first works, or else I will come to you quickly and remove your lampstand from its place—unless you repent,” Revelation 2:5

Canadian and American Christian Churches are not Israel since we live under a new covenant (Mark 14:24). We are bondservants by the same rules of stewardship as the Israelites. The present Canadian multicultural society with its diversity of cultures and religions reflects the same characteristics that existed during the time of Imperialist Rome and Autocratic Babylon.  Nothing new under the sun, (Eccl 1:9).

In the Book of Judges, soon after the settlement of each Israelite tribe in their assigned territory, Israel quickly drifted away from God. In those days there were no kings in Israel, and every man did that which was right in his eyes, (Judges 17:6). Doesn’t that reflect also the North American Christians Churches? Having good intentions, each congregation identifies itself with their own personalized statement of belief - every church denomination doing what is right in its own eyes and so are each individual Christian? Canada and America were once a strong Judeo-Christian influence; it is no more. The Church has lost its salt flavour, and the light on the lampstand has extinguished and the lampstand will soon be relocated, (Rev 2:5) if the Church doesn’t repent.

In (Judges 3:4), God allowed five lords of the Philistine to be used as a thorn in the side of the children of Israel, (chap. 2:3).  The Canaanites, the Sidonians, the Hivites, the Perizzites, and the Jebusites, (verse 5). Why? Verse 4 explains; how to test Israel. From what? From their gods who would be used as a snare (Judges 2:2). The snare was used to find out whether they would obey the commandments of God (Judges 3:4), particularly “You shall have no other gods before me” (Exodus 20:3-5). The consequences of being entangled in the snare, Israel's moral and spiritual disobedience would lead to their deportation.

What about Canadian Christians? Have we not been entrapped into the federal multicultural policies - an autocratic snare, and anti-Christian trap, slowly but surely dictating what ought to be taught to our children, over-ruling the parent's cultural and religious practice and beliefs, to unite all cultures, all religious faith unto one philosophy, one ideology, one religion under the trickery of Bahai faith indoctrination and Darwinism evolutionary rhetoric.  We live in a so-called ‘Extreme Bias Multiculturalism and in an Extreme Bias Multi-Gender’ nation. 

We, Christians, dropped our guard and allowed the Canadian federal and provincial leaders to dictate what we are to accept culturally. Both levels of government became fascist to the core, under the umbrella of political correctness accusing Christians of intolerance and racism when Christians voiced their concern.

“True and pure diversity in a multicultural society is to allow each parent to teach their children their religious belief, their values according to their culture and tradition, and to teach their sexual moral standard and behaviour without prejudice and without interference from any level of government. Isn't that what the Charter of Rights and Freedoms is all about?”


Subtle Shift in Vocabulary

There has been a subtle shift in vocabulary within the Charter of Rights by our government. Few have recognized it, yet it had a drastic effect on our society and even within the churches. It interferes and weakens our perception of how we can defend our constitutional rights.  It is not yesterday that the government used the tactic of redefining the word to accommodate its objective.

I will read to you a report written by the NHLRA (Newfoundland-Labrador Human Rights Association). Notice the anomaly within the report.

In 1984, the Newfoundland-Labrador Human Rights Association (NHLRA) sent a brief to the Minister of Justice criticizing the school system, stating that, “The greatest single threat to equality of religion and freedom of worship (in the province) is the restrictive nature of the denominational educational system. It is recommended that a second alternative be available for students who are not of faith which benefit from special constitutional privilege, or that denominational schools be prohibited from discriminating based on religion[1].”

Have you noticed the sudden shift in vocabulary? These subtle shifts in the interpretation of terminology interfere with and weaken our perception of how the Charter of Rights and Freedoms can defend us.

The federal government established The Human Rights Commission institution to apply justice and equality under the guise of humanism, and not according to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It was a ruse to sneak into our school's religious beliefs, moral values and ethical behaviours that go against Christian fundamental rights.

The 1984 NHLRA report was in direct conflict against The Charter of Rights and Freedoms which was written two years after The Charter was signed into law by Queen Elizabeth II of Canada on April 17, 1982, along with the rest of the Act. The Charter was preceded by the Canadian Bill of Rights, which was enacted in 1960.

The NHLRA went beyond its mandate by discarding the Charter of Rights and Freedoms under the principality that every person is equal in dignity and rights disregarding religious rights not only toward Christians but also all religions. This report was a direct attack on the Judeo-Christian culture in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

The NHLRA report systematically
  • twisted freedom of religion - to equality of religion
  • twisted freedom of peaceful assembly - to freedom of worship
  • twisted freedom of religion - to the special constitutional privilege
  • twisted Rights Respecting Certain Schools Preserved - to the restrictive nature of the denominational educational system
  • twisted fundamental freedoms guaranteed by or under the Constitution of Canada in respect of denominational, separate or dissentient schools - to restrictive nature of the denominational educational system and to discriminate based on religion – which actually was saying “based on.”


The clergies also are in error in using these false twisted terminologies. I heard at opening and closing prayers giving thanks to God for the freedom to worship unaware that God has given them much more than a simple right to worship in Canada. It is God who wrote the constitution for His behalf - for His purpose, not ours. He gave us, not the government the freedom of religion.
 
You will ask but what is the difference between freedom of worship and freedom of religion?  The difference is that freedom of worship restricts your sphere of living according to your beliefs, ethics and moral standard values within the wall of a building. The freedom of religion gives you the freedom to carry your right of beliefs, ethics and moral standard values wherever you go in society.  Have you not noticed how often we hear from the secular to keep our religion at church?  Not to mix religion with politics? … go figure. We have the fundamental right to peaceful assembly in a church environment and freedom of religion in a social environment. The NHLRA violated the rights of the Christian Faith religion in Newfoundland and Labrador under the guise of humanism.

Furthermore, under the guise of the “Best Interest of the Child”, third parties (usually government social services) gradually undertook the removal of the sovereign rights, duties to care for a child and responsibilities to instruct a child within the parent's cultural and religious upbringing.

By the same token the federal government is giving away our national economic sovereignty through Marxism policies via the United Nations Agenda 21 affectation, even our border is about to be given to the United Nations supremacy. Their goal is to assimilate Canadians of all cultures and Christians in particular by instituting new laws that favour the idea of a New World Order ideology. Canadian Christians are entangled in the snare. Once entangled in the noose, the more the victim tries to pull away, the more the victim chokes until the victim expires. There is no escape.   We are doomed unless we repent, not of repenting of regret and remorse, but by changing our attitude toward the Word of God by accepting it as truth and by starting to live according to Jesus' instructions shared with His disciples.

How did we come to this?  I invite you to read my book that will soon be published, titled, “CANADIAN CHURCH 2018, The Must Lukewarm Church of All the Western Nations”


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[1] https://www.heritage.nf.ca/articles/society/collapse-denominational-education.php



Canadian Christian Ministry 2018 - The Most Lukewarm Church of in the Whole Western Nations 

by Andre Delage 

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Friday 12 October 2018

Canadian Christians Entangled in the Snare of Deception

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Canadian Christians Have Failed The Test
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In (Judges 3:4), God allowed five lords of the Philistine to be used as a thorn in the side of the children of Israel, (chap. 2:3).  The Canaanites, the Sidonians, the Hivites, the Perizzites, and the Jebusites, (verse 5). Why? Verse 4 explains; how to test Israel. From what? From their gods who would be used as a snare (Judges 2:2).

The snare was used to find out whether they would obey the commandments of God (Judges 3:4), particularly “You shall have no other gods before me” (Exodus 20:3-5). The consequences of being entangled in the snare, Israel's moral and spiritual disobedience would lead to their deportation.

Basically, that is where we Christian Canadians are now - caught in an autocratic snare, and anti-Christian government imposing their behaviour preference on our children, over-ruling the parents' cultural and religious practice and belief, to unite all cultures, all religious faiths unto one philosophy, one ideology, one religion under the ruse of Bahai faith indoctrination and Darwinism evolutionary rhetoric.  

We live in a so-called ‘Extreme Bias Multiculturalism’ nation and Multi- Gender Bias indoctrination. By the same token, the federal government is giving away our national economic sovereignty through Marxism principalities to the United Nations. Their goal is to assimilate Christians by instituting new laws for a New Word Order culture. American and Canadian Christians are entangled in the snare. Once entangled in the noose, the more the victim pulls, the more the victim chokes until he/she expires. There is no escape. We are doomed unless we repent, not of repenting of regret and remorse, but by changing our attitude toward the inerrancy of the Word of God and by starting to live according to Jesus' instructions shared with His disciples.


We Christians face the same challenge that Judea faced before their exile to Babylon. The Canadian federal and provincial leaders have become autocratic to the core and accuse Christians of intolerance and racism when Christians voice their concerns.  True and pure diversity in a multicultural society allows each parent to teach their children their religious belief, their values according to their culture and tradition, and to teach their sexual moral standards without prejudice and interference from any level of government. 


We are incapable of untangling ourselves from the snare unless we Christians, the just, the righteous one first repent and live by his/her personal faith, trusting in the Word. Institutions, the government will fail you. But God will never, never fail you.



Canadian Christians are no better than Judah - led astray by the lies.

"Their lies lead them astray, Lies after which their father walked." Amos 2:4
 Get to the bottom of the deception in this coming book soon to be available



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Canadian Christian Ministry 2018 - The Most Lukewarm Church of in the Whole Western Nations 

by Andre Delage 

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Thursday 11 October 2018

Charitable Tax Exemption - A Pact with The Devil

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Is The Church's Good Works Good Enough?

A Pact with The Devil

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In the parable of the rich man found in (Mark 10:17-22), Jesus wanted to teach His disciples an important principle about good stewardship.

“Now as He was going out on the road, one came running, knelt before Him, and asked Him, “Good Teacher, what shall I do that I may inherit eternal life?” So, Jesus said to him, “Why do you call Me good? No one is good but One, that is, God.  You know the commandments: ‘Do not commit adultery,’ ‘Do not murder,’ ‘Do not steal,’ ‘Do not bear false witness,’ ‘Do not defraud,’ ‘Honor your father and your mother.”
“And he answered and said to Him, “Teacher, all these things I have kept from my youth.”

This man was a Jew living under the Mosaic Law striving to live according to the 613 commandments... go figure. Observing the sacrificial ritual found in the book of Deuteronomy was essential to wash away their failure to follow these commandments.  It was (and still is) impossible to keep the law permanently. We will never be sinless, we can only strive to sin less. Therefore, to be in fellowship with God, the Leviticus priesthood sacrificial ritual was required to wash away (temporarily) the penalty of their sins. 

It is difficult for us to comprehend since the Church era is under grace, which by faith alone is the requirement for our sanctification, cleansing from our sins (once and for all) and inheriting eternal life through Jesus as our Redeemer. He fulfilled this sacrificial ritual on the cross (Heb 7:27, Heb 9:12, John 1:29, Acts 8:32).  No man can be a substitute to forgive our sins, Jesus alone can. Hence, as this rich man shows his act of obedience to the law since his youth, is the Church striving to obey Jesus’ instructions good enough?

Then Jesus, looking at him, loved him, and said to him, “One thing you lack: Go your way, sell whatever you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, take up the cross, and follow Me.”

But he was sad at this word, and went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions.”

Jesus' lesson to the disciples is that He didn’t need this man's riches, therefore he instructed him to give them away to the poor. His obedience suffice. At that time, the presence of the Holy Spirit for understanding was not with the disciples. The young man was confused. He probably reasons that he could have been a good financial resource for spreading the gospel, he was rich. He could help in the funding of Jesus’ ministry. Jesus surprised him by telling him that He didn’t need the young man’s money and influence. Remember with wealth comes influence on the church’s committee and an opportunity to contribute to the church programs.  Is it not how wealthy Christians reason? Taken pride in supporting their churches. You see their donation memorial plaques displayed on the congregation’s wall for their generous contribution of time and money. They have their reward (Matt 6:2). Is it not in contrast with Jesus' instruction to His disciples found in (Matt 6:3), which is: “But when you do a charitable deed, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing?”

But there is more to learn from Jesus’ encounter with this rich man. Jesus' lesson applies to modern-day North American churches.

Aren’t the modern-day churches equivalent to the rich man statue? Doing good works yet not good enough according to Jesus?  Jesus is admonishing the Church to follow Him. Once again let’s read:

"Then Jesus, looking at him, loved him, and said to him, “One thing you lack: Go your way, sell whatever you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, take up the cross, and follow Me.” But he was sad at this word, and went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions.

Then Jesus looked around and said to His disciples, “How hard it is for those who have riches to enter the kingdom of God!” And the disciples were astonished at His words. But Jesus answered again and said to them, “Children, how hard it is for those who trust in riches to enter the kingdom of God! It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God,” Mark 10:17-25

Jesus didn’t rebuke this man because of his riches but loved him for his compassion toward others and obedience, (John 14:21). He recommended the young man give up everything he had and follow Him among His disciples. For this act of surrender, he would receive a reward in heaven. That was hard to swallow, a mouth full. The young man was fully dependent on his riches to go through life. The idea to give up all his belongings for treasures that he does not see and comprehend is an insecure investment. He didn’t fully grasp what these riches in heaven represent. He missed a great opportunity. What a contrast with Peter a fisherman who had nothing to lose. Peter immediately followed Jesus when commanded to.


We are called beyond being simple believers - our call is to be disciples.

What about the North American Church, (the United States and Canada)? Aren’t we not missing out on a great opportunity to invest in heaven and at the same time benefit from our investment now in our lifetime? Aren’t the churches holding on to dear wealth as much the rich man did – couldn’t imagine going through the ministry without it? What and where are we holding back, you ask?

The following comment is mostly oriented toward the Canadian churches; thus, its principle relates to the U.S. churches also.  Let me explain the consequences of holding on to dear wealth. Yes, the churches strive to live as a good Christian by keeping the commandments, ‘not committing adultery,’ ‘not murdering,’ ‘not stealing,’ ‘not bearing false witness,’ ‘not defrauding,’ ‘honouring father and mother,’ and accomplishing many good deeds such as giving and serving in the communities. But where the churches failed is toward our children. The churches failed to protect our Christian children from our school sex and religion curriculum that teaches sexual behaviour and religious belief that goes against our Christian values. How did this all happen? I believe we brought these conditions on our own for the sake of saving money on tax-exempts. The churches wrote a pact with Satan. The churches agreed in exchange for Tax exemption to waive their right to take part in any partisan political activity which involves direct or indirect support of or opposition to, any political party or candidate for public office? Under the devil pact, a church denomination can not single out the voting pattern on an issue of anyone elected representative or political? What does Jesus have to say about this pact?

“No servant can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon,” Luke 16:13

“Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s,” Matt 22:21

Aren't our children worth much more than tax-exempt? Is it not time to get out of this curse that is destroying our Judeo-Christian culture in this once great nation? The churches have lost their salt flavours (purpose) and the light on the lampstand has diminished. It's time we get involved, don't you think?



Since Jesus loved the rich man, Jesus loved the churches. Can you not hear Jesus admonishing the Church with the same instruction He gives to the young man? “One thing you lack: Go your way, sell whatever you have (your Charitable Tax exemption) and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; come, take up the cross, and follow Me.”

Christians, are you not losing out on the reward reserved for you in heaven as being a disciple of Christ instead of merely being a believer? As it was for the young rich man, is it so hard for ministers, pastors and members to let go of the Tax-exemption status which restricts the church from being an active partisan in the political sphere? 


When a church is registered as a charity organization it becomes non-partisan politically and is obliged to play by the CRA rules.

 In other words, the churches are not allowed to influence the flocks in any way or form politically, can not campaign politically and can not preach behind the pulpit in favour of or against a political party, or party policy. And that my fellow Canadian Christians, is how the churches got snared keeping the Church from being a lamp, and salt. That is how Canadian Christians became doormats trampled underfoot by the federal and provincial governments. That is how we lost our parental sovereignty over our children. 



Please read the book entitled, “Canadian Christian Ministry 2018, The most lukewarm church in the whole western nation.” In that book, I give a detailed account of how and why the churches give up their ‘reason d’être’ for special social privilege.










Christian Christian Ministry 2018 - The Most Lukewarm Church of in the Whole Western Nations 

by Andre Delage 

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