When people walk away

Engaging with those who've turned away from the faith (Nov/Dec 2018)

Keeping the faith

Research on transitions after high school (Sep/Oct 2018)

Survival habits of the soul

Slow down. Breathe deeply. It will be okay. (Jul/Aug 2018)

Life: Precious. Fragile. A gift.

From conception to nat- ural death (May/J 18)

The healing plate

Why food is central in Scripture, community and restoration (Mar/Ap 18)

Reconciliation

The Church and First Nations (Jan/Feb 2018)

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Arrow Leadership celebrates 25 years of transforming leaders

Ministry has made leaders more "dangerous" for years

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Baptism in Nepal

Nov/Dec 2016

Bhim Lal Tamang (at right) and his team of national workers train and equip Christian leaders who understand the culture, building church at a grassroots level. Read more stories in the Global Village column.

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Nepal One Year Later

Apr 26, 2016

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

 

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Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

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Helping people be well

Mark journeys with people and communities toward emotional health and mental wellness

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."

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Too Many Victims

Child neglect and the response of our churches

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Religious Freedom in Court

The Ktunaxa Nation case will set an important precedent

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Celebrate grace

Let’s stop oversimplifying what religions teach

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The "Huron Carol"

The beloved song has a complicated history

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Clear on Scientology

More people are learning the truth behind this new religion

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Caring for the Global Poor

A businessperson’s response to billions of hurting people