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The mission of ARPA Canada is to educate, equip, and encourage Reformed Christians to political action and to bring a biblical perspective to our civil authorities. ARPA Canada exists because we care. We care about our nation, our communities, our families, and our freedoms. Most of all, we care about what God says is good and right. Jesus Christ told us that the greatest commandment is to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind” and to “Love your neighbour as yourself.” How do we show love? By living our lives in devotion to Him.

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Ending Suffering: The Palliative Alternative - Part 7
You don't want to miss this video with palliative doctor Neil Hilliard. His stories of how palliative medicine effectively eliminated requests for assisted suicide are powerful and need to be shared. Watch until the end and then share!
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My aunt is a retired RN for over 23 years and had sisters who died of radical metastasized breast cancer. She nursed her sisters while they were alive and medically took care of them. She practiced palliative care. That is why I do not support assisted suicide and euthanasia. There are always solutions and palliative care can give them those solutions to the best of what can be done for human beings who suffer terribly.

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Alberta Election is Over. Now What?
God has blessed us with a brand-new government! As a result of yesterday’s election, the United Conservative Party has been given a mandate to govern Alberta for the next four years.

This means the real work starts now!

Ed Hoogerdyk is looking forward to coming alongside you as we work together in building relationships with this new government. It will be an exciting time of proposing amendments to family law, ensuring that the Education Act protects Christian schools, working to advance pre-born human rights and promoting laws that protect conscience rights regarding euthanasia and assisted suicide.

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Quebec sure needs help--and I don't mean financial help, but deliverance from oppression by provincial govt, unions, and prob'ly mafia!!! She may be beyond hope! I wouldn't know, except I've lived here for 14+ years. Most people here don't realize it because they don't know anything different!

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Citizens are the ones that should get paid for working so hard at keeping our governments accountable. It's hard work

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You’re so right Ed! This is just a small battle in a huge war against very evil forces! Our people must remain, and become, very active.

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Excellent! Kenney is my MLA.

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Home ownership is another huge issue. Would love the opportunity to chat with you about that sometime!

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Absolutely!

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Quick Update - April 17
Prayer services are being planned across the country for the march for life and we need some volunteers.
André addressed the Justice committee on the subject of hate speech.
A God and Government conference is being planned for BC.
Finally, Ed has more on the outcome of the Alberta election.
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Hi. A few thoughts. All the best. Thanks for all your great work. m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157182072761873&id=699851872&ref=bookmarks

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We're still looking for more people to register for our BC God and Government Conference!

Ending Suffering: The Palliative Alternative - Part 6
ARPA Canada's investigation of palliative care, the compassionate response to requests for assisted suicide, has resulted in interesting conversations with remarkable people: seniors, people with extreme disabilities, family members of people with debilitating diseases, and professionals who are there to help. Our journey takes us to Niagara to interview another palliative care nurse, Helen Van Dyk. Watch her perspective here.
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May God bless the endeavors of those involved in this meaningful and worthwhile work! A little comfort goes a long way, and it's good to remember our time here is very short, so we should certainly help one another! It's our duty to serve, not ignore one another, esp. when life is drawing to an end! <3

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I highly recommend the book Being Mortal by Atul Gawande. It also deals with palliative care and is excellent reading.

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End of life care is so important for it enables families to come to terms with dying. It provides time to say goodby and gives closure, lessening the shock and grief on family members who are denied this option by selfishly taking one's own life.

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