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05 May, 2019
Bucking the system

Can we end chronic poverty in Canada? Christian advocates are saying yes.

01 May, 2019
The FT Interview with Dr. Anna Robbins

Anna Robbins was recently named the seventh president of Acadia Divinity College in Wolfville, N.S., and dean of theology at Acadia University beginning July 1. She spoke about her optimism for the Church today and th...

03 April, 2019
Summer camp changed my life

And what it could mean for the kids in your community

07 March, 2019
Still time: The beautiful grace of aging, community and friends

This thoughtful essay is great for small groups, and comes with three discussion-starter questions at the end.

01 March, 2019
The FT Interview with Andrew Gabriel

What does it means to be Pentecostal and Charismatic, and how do we discern if certain spiritual experiences are of God? Andrew Gabriel is the author of Simply Spirit-Filled: Experiencing God in the Presence and Power...

30 January, 2019
Christian Postsecondary Schools Are a Good Investment

Report highlights benefits to the spiritual and academic lives of youth

09 January, 2019
Crisis Response: How your church can help when disaster or tragedy strikes in Canada

Local churches are uniquely positioned to be a comfort in terrible times

03 January, 2019
The FT Interview with Bob Laarman

BOB LAARMAN is director of disaster response services for World Renew, the disaster response and community development arm of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

17 December, 2018
Imagine one religion?

What’s an Evangelical to think when 200 world religions meet in Toronto?

08 November, 2018
Aid agencies look back and ahead

Successes and challenges of 2018 and beyond

01 November, 2018
The FT Interview with Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash is a Toronto-based church planter and author of How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to All of Your Life (Moody, 2018). He spoke to Faith Today about the habits that form us and the power of the ordinary.

20 September, 2018
Open to the extraordinary

Valuing families with disabilities in the Church