Accepting Unity and Hope- A New Year Message from Brian Markle Ottawa

By / / As we stand at the threshold of a new year, Pastor Brian Matthew Markle beckons the community to embark on this journey with optimism and a collective spirit of togetherness. With hope as our guide and unity as our strength, let us embrace the promise of positive change that lies ahead. In reflecting upon the trials and triumphs of the past year in Ottawa, Pastor Brian Matthew Markle emerges as a beacon of resilience and perseverance. Amidst the tumultuous landscape of online cyberbullying, Pastor Markle has weathered a relentless storm of lies and deceit, hindering his ability to effectively communicate his message. For over a decade, an online cyberbully from the upper Ottawa Valley has posed a persistent threat to Pastor Markle and his family, yet he has remained steadfast in his resolve to confront and overcome these challenges. Through unwavering faith and an unyielding commitment to his calling, Pastor Markle has continued to stand firm in his convictions. Drawing strength from the grace of God and the teachings of Jesus Christ, he has persevered in the face of adversity, refusing to be deterred from his mission. Looking forward, Pastor Markle remains resolute in his dedication to serving the community. In collaboration with addiction and mental health professionals, he seeks to provide vital support and assistance to those in need, offering hope and healing to individuals and families across Ottawa and the upper Ottawa Valley. Addressing the pressing issue of homelessness remains a central focus for Pastor Markle in the coming year, as he believes that every person deserves a place to call home in our country. Central to Pastor Markle’s life’s work is his ongoing involvement in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), where he finds purpose and fulfillment in guiding fellow alcoholics towards peace and recovery within the program. Guided by the timeless wisdom of scripture, Pastor Markle finds solace and inspiration in the words of the Bible, which serve as his guiding principles: Matthew 17:20: “Nothing will be impossible.” Matthew 19:26: “With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Mark 10:27: “With men it is impossible, but not with God.” Luke 1:37: “With God nothing will be impossible.” These passages encapsulate Pastor Markle’s unshakeable belief in the transformative power of faith and the boundless possibilities that unfold when we place our trust in God. As we journey forward into the spring and summer of 2024, Pastor Brian Markle extends his heartfelt wishes for a season filled with safety, sobriety, and happiness to all. Yours in faith and service, Pastor Brian Markle.