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Welcome to the web site of Mt. Joy College!
News and Events
Work with Ex-Abortionists and Clinic Workers:
At Mount Joy College (Victoria):
Tax receipts will be issued for any donation.
Hope Alive Level I and Refresher:
Next training at Mount Joy College (Victoria): August 16-22, 2020.
- visit Australia's new website: http://www.hopealiveaustralia.com.au/
- Serbia, Africa, Nepal, France to be announced (Contact the College: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE UPCOMING:
18TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE and AGM, VICTORIA, BC, Aug 23rd through 26th 2020.
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE VIA ZOOM DUE TO COVID. Contact us for more information.
Society of Centurions International
HURTS: Horizons Unbound Rehabilitation and Training Society
Hope Alive Testimonials:
Seeking mission-minded retired Christian couple:
Frequently Asked Questions. Any questions regarding Hope Alive Training for Group Counselling? Click below:
eBooks - "Deeply Damaged" in Russian Are Now Available!
We are pleased to announce that Deeply Damaged has been translated into French and Russian. There now available in eBook form, along with the English versions of Deeply Damaged and Christian Principles for Palliative Care. Please watch for further up-dates as we begin to offer more books. For purchasing please go to our Messengers 2 website.
Mt. Joy College Newsletter
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Office of the President
Philip G. Ney, M.D., M.A., FRCP(C), FRANZCP, was raised in Canada , graduated in medicine from The University of British Columbia and trained as a child psychiatrist and child psychologist at McGill University , University of London and the University of Illinois . He taught in five universities in four countries and has been hospital and university department chairman