Sea to Sea

Apr 18, 2017 by Ida Kaastra Mutoigo

Faith to End Poverty

Have you ever thought about the connection of your faith in ending the cycle of poverty around the world?

Mar 29, 2017 by Ida Kaastra Mutoigo

Feet for Peace

Now that the snow has finally melted, I am back on track with cycling on a more regular basis. Today, I managed to do about 35 kms. It felt like I was flying for the first half of the ride but the way back was tough going with a head-strong wind blowing at 32 km/h. My feet felt frozen after cycling for over an hour since the temperature was still only about 4 C and reaching home, they took about an hour to thaw. No wonder I’ve been thinking a lot about feet a lot lately!

Mar 15, 2017 by Ida Kaastra Mutoigo

Gearing Up!

Do you know what it’s like to be part of a cyclist’s culture? I had no idea until I recently registered for the Sea to Sea ride. In about three months, from June to August, there will be about a hundred riders who will participate in cycling a portion or the entire route from Vancouver to Halifax. Imagine the spirit it takes to cycle day after day for about 100 to 150 kms each day!

Nov 24, 2016 by Anita Brinkman

Learning for Serving

Sarah Brooks is excited to work in a tangible way to help fight global poverty.

Nov 14, 2016

Ride for Sea to Sea!

Registrants can sign up for the entire 9-week ride or a segment of it at seatosea.org. The full tour takes place from June 26 to August 31, 2017, and spans the U.S. and Canada from Vancouver to Halifax.

Aug 18, 2015 by Kristen deRoo VanderBerg

Cyclists End Summer Tour and Raise a Quarter of a Million for Ministry

On August 8, Betty Adam woke up knowing that it was going to be a day that she put herself to the test. She planned to cycle 100 kilometers (62 miles) and climb 2,025 meters (6,646 feet) to the summit of Going to the Sun Road in Montana as the last challenge of a summer committed to helping people in poverty.

Jul 29, 2015 by Kristen deRoo VanderBerg

Forest Fires Won’t Prevent Sea to Sea West Ride

Over the next ten days, the cyclists will ride 526.6 miles (847.5 km) from Whistler campground in Jasper, Alberta to Glacier National Park in Montana in an effort raise funds for and awareness of global and domestic poverty. The last part of their ride, however, may need to be re-routed due to huge forest fires in Glacier Park and the surrounding region. This isn’t the first time that fire has threatened a Sea to Sea ride. 

Jul 10, 2015 by Kristen deRoo VanderBerg

Cyclists Finish Ride and Raise More than $60,000 for Ministry

Riders on their last day Last week, Deckinga joined 26 other cyclists on a six-day, 580 kilometer ride and finally completed his journey.

Jul 3, 2014 by Beth Degraff

World Renew Fights Poverty at Home and Abroad with Sea to Sea 2013 Funds

Sea to Sea 2013 raised $917,118 to support the work of organizations committed to alleviating poverty. Twenty-five percent of those funds, or $219,280, were allocated to World Renew. We are pleased to offer this brief report on how World Renew’s portion of the funds are being used, and we extend our heartfelt thanks to the many Sea to Sea riders, volunteers, organizers, and donors who made this work possible!