The pandemic and other social upheavals have many of us looking for normality. In these two short videos, Paul examines what “a new normal” looks like from God’s perspective. Be encouraged!
Paul was invited to give the Father’s Day message for 2020 at Cedarview Alliance Church in Ottawa. Here is his message.
Paul Racine speaks on Discipleship: Are You Growing Pumpkins or Oak Trees?
This short documentary is called Mistissini Healing: Two Stories of Intergenerational Trauma.
“A quick update on one of the people in this video, MaryJanes Petawabano. She has now finished her education and is back in Mistissini working with their Native Addicitions program and bringing hope to many that their stories can be changed. And I am excited to tell you that she has also married Jeremiah and I had the privilege of doing their wedding in September 2019. It has been amazing to see God at work in their lives!”
On Wednesday, November 20, 2019 we held a dessert night to tell supporters and friends about what has been happening with Doulos Ministries. We captured the evening on video and here it is.
Paul, along with Gordon Petawabano and Mary-Jane Petwabano, was the speaker at the 10th annual Ottawa Civic Prayer Breakfast on October 25, 2019. Here is a video of the message.
Here’s a short video of the teen camp in Mistissini in July 2019.
Each summer, Paul and a number of volunteers and youth travel to different Cree nations in Northern Quebec where they run sports camps for the children in the area. These camps increase throughout the weeks they run, and they become more popular every year.
Click to learn about the camps, see pictures, and view community links:
Population: 4,872 (2016)
Location: Shores of Hudson Bay near Fort George
Population: 767 (2011)
Claim to Fame: Headquarters for the Cree Regional Trappers
Location: East coast of James Bay
Population: 3,427 (2011)
Claim to Fame: Home of the largest freshwater lake in Quebec
Location: 800 km north of Montreal
Population: 712 (in 2011)
Claim to Fame: Smallest Cree community
Location: Shores of Lake Champion
Population: 900 (2017)
Claim to Fame: Received the United Nations: We the Peoples award in Human Settlements in 1995
Location: James Bay territory, between the 49th and 50th parallels
Claim to Fame: One of the oldest Cree settlements
Location: Along the Rupert River
Claim to Fame: Southernmost Cree community
Location: Along Highway 113 and Waswanipi River
Location: At the mouth of the Maquatua River along the east coast of James Bay
Claim to Fame: Richmond Gulf, known for its good fishing waters
Location: Above 55th parallel, along the east coast of Hudson Bay
No Other Name is a teen event, held every Good Friday in Ottawa. Here is a video from the 2019 event.