Too Busy to be Faithful?

Technology impacts our spiritual lives in ways we can't imagine.

Why Small Groups Matter

The smallest gatherings, the biggest growth?

Planting Season in Canada

Digging deep into church planting in three Canadian cities.

Evangelical in Quebec

What's that like?


An interview and book excerpt from theologian J. I. Packer.

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In the Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

The FT Interview: Geoff Tunnicliffe

This year, Canadian Geoff Tunnicliffe steps down as chief executive officer of the WEA, the international body representing 600 million Evangelicals around the globe. And around the globe he has been. Tunnicliffe visited spots as far flung as the White House, the Vatican, Hollywood and Haiti. He shares what he saw – and what he’d like to see next.

In the Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

Too Busy to be Faithful?

Technology impacts our spiritual lives in ways we can't imagine. And it's out spiritual lives that can save us.

In the Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

When Global South Scholars Call Canada Home

Among the thousands of students who arrive in Canada from other countries each year are those who wish to become better equipped in theology. With the exponential growth of the Church in the Global South, there are huge numbers of pastors desiring deeper theological education.

In the Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

Confessions of an Ex-Pastor

Mark Buchanan outlines five things he wishes he had done differently.

In The Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

How to Read the Bible Well

Most of us have a history of broken Bible-reading pledges. How do we engage with Scripture regularly and deeply?

In the Sep/Oct 2014 Issue

When Christians Eat Healthy – Really Healthy

A meat- and potato-loving writer visits a Christian raw food test kitchen to explore a popular eating trend.

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The Silver Lining

The bad news is that the Canadian Bible Engagement Study tells us that Canadians aren't engaging the Bible as much as we would like. The good news is that it tells us what works to change that.

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What They Miss Most in Canada

Oct. 9, 2014

Would I be willing to give up my home for years to get a theology degree?


Responding to the Ebola Virus

Sep/Oct 2014

Canadians can help address the crisis in West Africa


Kelowna Studio Brings Faith to Dance

A dance studio in Kelowna fuses a passion for dance with a love for God. The results are a studio that is unique, nurturing and thriving.


Reaching Across Social Lines

Angela Draskovic is president and CEO of Yonge Street Mission in Toronto, a Christian faith community providing emergency help.




Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

Jul/Aug 2014


Evangelical Anglican Seminary Reaches Out to Canadian Churches


In Defence of Shame

If we won’t blush, we won’t care.


Benefitting Society

B Corporations’ certification program fits with Christian values.



Canada is nearing a crossroads on the issue of euthanasia.


God and the Classroom

The troubled history of schooling and religion in Canada


Miracles? Why not?


Five Decades of Collaboration

It’s time to reflect on how God has blessed us


Why Messy is Good

Out of the mainstream isn’t always a bad thing