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?

How to disagree graciously

Holding on to grace and truth when issues threaten to break us apart.

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?

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In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

The FT Interview with Margaret Somerville

Margaret Somerville is a founding director of the McGill Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law. She is a prolific – and outspoken – speaker and writer on issues of ethics in today’s Canada.

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

Pro-Life and on Campus

It is not easy to be a pro-life voice on Canadian university campuses. Faith Today asked why these fearless students keep doing what they do.

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

Friendly Fire

For all their wonderful work, Christian organizations can be tough on their employees. Here’s how we can all do better

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

The Thousand Lives of Hudson Taylor

Canadian anniversary events organized by OMF celebrate the missionary the world does not forget

In the May/Jun 2015 issue

Why Christian Classics Matter

With thousands of new Christian books published each year, why read the old ones?

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

Hope and Healing for First Nations and the Canadian Church

Faith Today visited with aboriginal leaders recently to hear their heart for their communities

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

My Faith Story? Sure, and what’s Yours?

Rethinking how we share our faith in a changing world

In the May/Jun 2015 Issue

How to Talk to your Child’s Educators

Ontario’s controversial sex ed curriculum alarmed parents. What’s the best way to bring Christ into the classroom and interact with educators?

2015 May/Jun Issue


Saguenay case decided

Case considered the place for religious observance in state-sponsored events

Religious freedom affirmed in case

Loyola High School case is good news for faith-based schools

Doctors’ freedom to go to court

Please pray for the Christian Medical and Dental Society

Responding to changes in sex ed.

Ontario released its new Health and Physical Education curriculum

Webinar series launches





Leading from a Place of Humility

David Hearn is president of the Christian & Missionary Alliance in Canada, a movement of churches seeking to be "transformed by Christ, transforming Canada and the world."


The All-Consuming Concern of Engaging Canadians with the Bible

Mar. 17, 2015

Despite our high view of Scripture, Evangelicals are trending away from reading and reflecting on God’s Word.


Iran Continues Harsh Treatment

DESPITE HOPES THAT Iranian president Hassan Rouhani would soften the regime’s attitude toward Christians, their treatment continues to be as harsh as it was before his election two years ago.


Teen Challenge in Quebec Changes Lives — and Diets

One million pounds of vegetables makes a difference to everyone




Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

Jul/Aug 2014


The Christian Case for Vaccination

To vaccinate or not has become a surprising debate


Filmmaker gives ancient tales a modern twist for young viewers

Paul Plett is filming a series of Kid Shorts films


Choosing Between Life and Death

How to promote the sanctity of human life after the Supreme Court decision on assisted suicide


The False Gods of Business

When the marketplace seems omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent


Palliative Care

...a national palliative care strategy still does not exist...


When a Hippie Meets Jesus…

The Jesus People movement brought colour and challenge to the Church in the 1970s


To Judge, to Help

Can moral judgments actually help bring shalom?


From Swedenborg to Tolle

Four insights on Christian responses to New Age spirituality