American and Canadian Evangelicals

Are we really that different?

Being, doing, having

The strange and beguiling complexities of money

Dear Church

A love letter calling the disillusioned to a better place

How do we fight poverty?

"There need be no poor among you" (Deuteronomy 15:4)

In search of ... adequacy

Meeting the challenges of our time with intellectual rigour

In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

Tackling Addictions and Harmful Habits

Celebrate Recovery program helps participants "do business with the Lord"

In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

Remembering the Air India Bombing 30 Years on

What is a Christian response to the largest mass murder in Canadian history? And why have a number of those involved turned to creating art?

In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

Christian Groups Respond to Alberta Wildfires

As raging wildfires crept close to the northern Alberta city of Fort McMurray in early May, the local Salvation Army had already deployed one of their mobile food trucks and was busy feeding firefighters, police and other first responders.

In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

Canada’s Giving Guru

Marina Glogovac, a corporate success story by anyone’s standards, says she was "in charge of her life," until the day she fell on the sidewalk and couldn’t get up.

In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

How the arts can help in spiritual formation

The first five words of the Bible affirm the fact God is creative: "In the beginning, God created". From the beginning of human history, we’ve been co-creating – painting on cave walls, beating on drums, telling stories – in an irrepressible expression of our identity as the Creator’s image bearers.

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In the Jul/Aug 2016 Issue

The FT Interview: Sarah Bessey

SARAH BESSEY is a recovering know-it-all (her words). She is author of Jesus Feminist and most recently Out of Sorts: Making Peace With an Evolving Faith. Her blog at www.sarahbessey.com is consistently ranked one of the top Christian blog sites, and she travels frequently from her home, to speak, preach and teach.

 

FeaturedArticles

GoWithGod

The world is safe. It really is.

The good news is much better than the bad.

KingdomMatters

Prison ministry offers hope to inmates

Ministry has grown in impact and technology

GlobalVillage

More Aid Needed for South Sudan

May/Jun 2016

South Sudan is facing dire food shortages according to a recent United Nations report. Nearly 2.8 million people, a quarter of the country’s population, face food insecurity after the past three years of civil war.

FaithTodayBlog

Nepal One Year Later

Apr 26, 2016

Rebuilding after tragedy has not been an easy journey for the country of Nepal.

 

FeaturedColumns

InspiringIdeas

Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

Jul/Aug 2014

Q&A

Keeping the main thing

Dave Wells superintends Canada’s largest evangelical denomination

KingdomMatters

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."

TheGatheringPlace

Dealing with Religious Differences

How can we talk about reasonable accommodation for religious symbols in Canadian society?

AtIssue

Helping refugees settle

Many Canadian church leaders are responding with action and compassion

HistoryLesson

In defence of the Jews

Canadian Evangelicals spoke out between the world wars

BusinessMatters

Caring for the Global Poor

A businessperson’s response to billions of hurting people

Christ&CultureInCanada

Celebrate grace

Let’s stop oversimplifying what religions teach

ReligionWatch

Clear on Scientology

More people are learning the truth behind this new religion