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

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

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Ten Pastors Win Appreciation Prize

One pastor in each province, nominated by a church member, won a draw for a free rejuvenating retreat in our "Give Your Pastor a Break" contest.

In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

Being, Doing, Having

The Strange and Beguiling Complexities of Money

In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

Then + Now: Charles Foster and Marc Pilon

The experiences of Charles Foster and Marc Pilon highlight the unique challenges of evangelizing in Canada’s belle province

In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

High Tech in Church

Some Canadian churches are embracing the use of phones and tablets in worship services

In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

Serving Outside the Classroom

Canadian Christian academics serve their communities in creative and transformative ways

In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

Being a Police Officer and Following Christ

The Difficult and High Calling of being a Police Officer and Following Christ

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In the Mar/Apr 2016 Issue

The FT Interview: Patti Miller

PATTI MILLER is the newly appointed lead pastor at Evangel Pentecostal Church in Montreal (, Quebec’s largest English-speaking congregation.

2016 Mar/Apr Issue


Equipping for political participation

The EFC published an election kit for the recent federal election, including fact sheets on key issues, questions to ask candidates and advice on church involvement in elections.

Submission on assisted suicide

The EFC’s submission to the Canadian Provincial-Territorial Expert Advisory Group is at

Euthanasia declaration

A declaration signed by Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders responded to the Supreme Court decision that decriminalized assisted suicide. You can add your signature.

Quebeckers launch leaders network

Leaders of 15 evangelical denominations officially launched a new network, the Réseau des Évangéliques du Québec.





The world is safe. It really is.

The good news is much better than the bad.


Pushing back against the ban

Voices of the Nations wins their right to sing worship songs publicly in Toronto square.


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."


Dealing with Religious Differences

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


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