Cover Story Topics Overview



Jan/Feb: Heavenly Bodies
     - An FT Guide to the Universe of Denominations.
Mar/Apr: Professional ethics
May/Jun: Recession fallout
Jul/Aug: Youth in church
Sep/Oct: Reinventing Dad
Nov/Dec: Religion by remote


Jan/Feb: Homosexuality
Mar/Apr: Revival
May/Jun: Aging
Jul/Aug: Private faith
     - Plus Faith Today's 10th anniversary
          - 10 Years Off the Press
          - Tracking the Footprints of God
          - Through the Rear-view Window
          - Putting It Together
Sep/Oct: Municipal politics
Nov/Dec: Women in ministry


Jan/Feb: Post-secondary education
Mar/Apr: Mobilizing laity
May/Jun: Canadian unity
Jul/Aug: Ethical choices
Sep/Oct: Family abuse
Nov/Dec: Charter of Rights
     - feature on Messianic Jews in Canada 


Jan/Feb: Quebec
Mar/Arp: Reform Party
May/Jun: War
Jul/Aug: Native church
Sep/Oct: Poverty
Nov/Dec: Seeker services


Jan/Feb: The 1980s overview
Mar/Apr: Evangelism in 90s
May/Jun: Public education
Jul/Aug: Changing family
Sep/Oct: Creation/evolution
Nov/Dec: Canadian Justice


Jan/Feb: Funding the church
Mar/Apr: God in the city
May/Jun: New Age
Jul/Aug: Ethnic churches
Sep/Oct: Canadian labour
Nov/Dec: Israel


Jan/Feb: Medical ethics
Mar/Apr: Raising kids in 80s
May/Jun: Abortion
Jul/Aug: Refugees
Sep/Oct: Global missions
Nov/Dec: Arts


Jan/Feb: Modern Jesus
Mar/Apr: Christians in Parliament
May/Jun: Natives
Jul/Aug: United Church
Sep/Oct: Religion in the 80s
Nov/Dec: Business


Jan/Feb: Abortion: The Issue That Won't Go Away
Mar/Apr: Moral Majority?
May/Jun: Education: choices
Jul/Aug: Prison life
Sep/Oct: Expo 86
Nov/Dec: Child sexual abuse


Previously named Faith Alive
Spring: Evangelical trends
Summer: Giving in Cnda
Fall: Evangelicals in media
Winter: Youth


Previously named Faith Alive
Spring: Post-secondary Education
Summer: Homosexuality
Fall: Christians in sports
Winter: Marriage


Founded with the name Faith Alive
Summer: Leaders
Fall: Abortion
Winter: Billy Graham


The Healing  Plate

By Amy MacLachlan

Why food is central in Scripture, community and restoration.


30 Years: Faith Today Looks Back and Ahead 

By Bill Fledderus

How much do you really know about the magazine you’re reading?