Ministry Upcomeing Soon

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“Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us….” (Ephesians 3:20 NIV)

  • Saturday, January 16, 2016, instructor from City of Markham is conducting the Food Handler course for Cultural Café VIP and volunteers at Toronto Christian Community Church.
  • Starting on January 17 to March 20, total of 10 Sunday, JBVC is having a team of VIP and helpers are preparing lunches for the homeless in TCCC’s out of the Cold program.
  • Saturday March 19, 2016, JBVC is organizing a Dinner in the Dark fund raising event at 105 Gibson Centre. The event is open to the public, please contact pastor Danny at danny.leung@jbvc.ca for more information.
  • Weekend of April 30, 2016, JBVC will participate in the Scotiabank Mississauga Marathon while raising funds for VIP Ministry. 100% money we raised will go directly to provide services to help visually impaired people. Please support us by forming a team or making donation to JBVC. You can contact pastor Danny for more information at danny.leung@jbvc.ca.

Support Us!

As we ask God to continue to work through our ministry in 2016—our 10th year of reaching out to visually impaired people (VIP) — would you prayerfully consider the part you will play in changing lives by donating or, if you are already donating, by becoming a regular monthly offering? A JBVC gift in honor of someone you care about makes a difference in the lives of people who are blind or partially sighted, helping those lead active, independent lives. Your donation helps us change lives every day.

Donation can give securely online by clicking here. Or you can also mail donations to:

JBVC
PO Box 825
4936 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M2N 6S3 Continue reading “Ministry Upcomeing Soon”

JBVC 2015 Update

To all of our supporters, we wish you a safe, happy and bless New Year!
It’s a new year – and thanks to your gifts, there’s much to celebrate! Because of you, we can celebrate the countless ways God is working in and through Joy Beyond Vision Community (JBVC). Last year, we…

Ministry Update

Your prayers and gifts often cause us to praise God for His goodness. I thank my God every time I remember you … because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now. (Philippians 1:3, 5 NIV)

  • JBVC has 1 VIP baptized at TCCC in Easter Sunday 2015 and 1 family (VIP and her husband) baptized in MCAC this Christmas!
  • We began the weekly devotional and prayer session for VIP and volunteer. Scripture are being used to support each thanksgiving and struggle.
  • JBVC partnership with Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) to run the Braille lessons for VIP. Some VIP in the group is learning Braille for the first time, other are redoing the lessons after giving up for a long time. The skill has allowed VIP to mark their personal items at home or reading labels in the Café.
  • We also work with a Tai-Chi instructor to offer weekly lesson to VIP. It has become one of the purposes to encourage VIP to step out of their house.
  • The vocational training program has accepted 4 additional VIP to the Café ministry. Currently we have 7 VIPs are receiving training at the Café in rotating basis. We provided over 5796 training hours in 2015.
  • The Café ministry is able to offer four part-time positions to VIP. This is their first employment after loosing their eyes sight.
  • Ministry’s volunteers have spent over 2568 volunteer hours to serve over 226 VIPs in 2015. Continue reading “JBVC 2015 Update”

JBVC Ministry Update

 

Joy Beyond Vision Community (JBVC) is a ministry for both blind and sighted Christians to demonstrate the love of God by serving the visually impaired people (VIP). For Christ’s death and resurrection, JBVC can assist the visually impaired people to see God in their spiritual eyes! Ultimately, VIP can live a fulfilling life with dignity! Continue reading “JBVC Ministry Update”

JBVC-Cultural Cafe Is On Global News!

JBVC-Cultural Café is on Global news tonight at 5:30PM!

Recently, Global news has covered a couple of stories where restaurant owners denied access to individuals using a service dog. Global news would like to show the other side of this story and show how the Cultural Cafe is providing new opportunities for people who are visually impaired. Continue reading “JBVC-Cultural Cafe Is On Global News!”