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17 October, 2019
What are you retiring to?

After a lifetime of experience, it’s time to exhale what you’ve taken in, suggests business federation leader.

16 October, 2019
2019 Sept/Oct Table of Contents

Multicultural Hospitality. Practical lessons from urban church planters.

23 September, 2019
Seeking election wisdom

Doing our homework, including prayer, before voting

18 September, 2019
5 Reviews from Sept/Oct 2019

Your Future Self Will Thank You: Secrets to Self-Control from the Bible and Brain Science (Drew Dyck). The Development Trap (Adam D. Kiš). Good News Church: Celebrating the Legacy of Harold Percy (Editors John Bowen and Michael Knowles). Surprise...

18 September, 2019
Clearing the air

The essential practice of keeping short accounts

16 September, 2019
The FT Interview with Marilyn Draper

MARILYN DRAPER is assistant professor of practical theology at Tyndale University College & Seminary. She is an ordained minister and church planter. She spoke to Faith Today about the role of story in evangelism and why we shouldn't worry so much...

15 September, 2019
You cannot start a Filipino church in Toronto …

Lessons we’re learning on intercultural hospitality for Canadian churches today

29 August, 2019
Forgetting can be part of abundant life

When life is overflowing with poignant encounters, it’s okay that we can’t contain them all, writes Winnipeg hospital worker Doug Koop

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