In search of ... adequacy

Meeting the challenges of our time with intellectual rigour

Crucial conversations

What they are, how to have them and why they matter so very much

Ethics and euthanasia

Margaret Somerville on Canada's seismic shift

Apologetics without apology

A way forward for every Christian to talk about their faith

War and peace and the Christian way

What's a Christian to think in times like these?

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

Poverty: What Is It? And How Do We Fight it?

Deuteronomy 15:4 says, "There need be no poor among you." How do we make that happen?

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

The Ebola Crisis

The battle, the aftermath and where we are now

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

How to Help a Refugee Family

Since that day in early September when the image of a tiny boy’s body washed up on a Turkish shore began circulating in the media, thousands of compassionate Canadians have been wondering what they can do to rescue families fleeing conflict.

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

The Canadian’s Guide to Urbana 15

More than 2,500 Canadian students are expected at this year’s conference. Faith Today is happy to present this guide to help inspire students to attend this life-changing event, and help navigate Urbana, Canadian-style, once you arrive.

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

Youth on the Mountaintop

Can we improve our youth rallies for stronger impact?

Slide 1

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

How to Be an Advocate

Move from feeling strongly to acting wisely.

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

The World Is Not Enough

Lessons on Mission from James Bond and Jesus Christ

Slide 1

In the Nov/Dec 2015 Issue

The FT Interview: Steve Colby of IVCF

In his role, he organizes and escorts teams of young people from Canadian universities on short-term mission trips around the world.

2015 Jul/Aug Issue


Webinar on changing churches

Rick Hiemstra, EFC director of research, discusses how Canadian churches are changing and what they will look like in 20 years if current trends and statistics continue.

Defending TWU and religious freedom

Are provincial law societies free to refuse to accredit a new law school proposed by Trinity Western University?

Joint Mission Research

The EFC Global Mission Roundtable recently facilitated a gathering of leaders of interdenominational mission agencies focused on sending out missionaries from Canada.

International mission partnership

Missio-Nexus is the largest association of evangelical mission organizations in North America





Do you support young marriage?

Marrying young can solve more problems than it causes. It is a blessing.


Church turns to kickboxing, gaining outreach opportunities and funds for ministry

Community Life Wesleyan Church asked, "How can we fill our facility with life all day long?


Faith Today's "Send a Student to Urbana" Contest Winner

Aug 6, 2015

In June Faith Today ran a contest, asking students to tell us why they wanted to attend Urbana 2015.


Bill Etzkorn in Siberia

At a remote Siberian village, a Canadian doctor helped heal a retired trapper’s eyes – and his soul.




Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

Jul/Aug 2014


Keeping the main thing

Dave Wells superintends Canada’s largest evangelical denomination


Reconciliation event a success in Thunder Bay

The Walking Together conference explored the challenges put forth by justice Murray Sinclair, chair of Canada’s seven-year Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Sinclair famously said, "Reconciliation is about forging and maintaining respectful relationships. There are no shortcuts."


Someone is looking for your vote

Now is the time to set the agenda and tone of the election campaign


Helping refugees settle

Many Canadian church leaders are responding with action and compassion


In defence of the Jews

Canadian Evangelicals spoke out between the world wars


Caring for the Global Poor

A businessperson’s response to billions of hurting people


Celebrate grace

Let’s stop oversimplifying what religions teach


Clear on Scientology

More people are learning the truth behind this new religion