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Our Sep/Oct 2021 issue features: deconstructing faith; how churches coped with pandemic restrictions; fractured relationships in the church; and interview with communications expert Joanna la Fleur
Learning to be open to God’s power
Canadian Christian organizations urge action for the world’s poor
How each of us can make a difference
Religion’s failures are pushing some Evangelicals to change — but into what? SIGN UP NOW FOR OUR OCT. 5 WEBINAR ON THIS TOPIC.
Jesus set an example for us of the importance of rest, writes Rev. Amanda Currie of Regina.
Challenging indifference and willful blindness
Joanna la Fleur is a communications expert who hosts the Word Made Digital podcast. She coaches churches and organizations how to have a better digital presence. She spoke with us about what Christians learned as the ...
What thoughtful civic engagement can look like and how to begin
We need the complex protein of Romans as well as the natural sugars and vitamins found in the easier to digest Gospels.
Features: Dallas Jenkins on his video series The Chosen; post-Covid spiritual growth; Pentecostal history in Canada and a slate of guest columnists displaying mentoring in action. View selections here or page through ...
An expert on pastoral health points us to the physical and mental habits that fight burnout and instead reignite a zest for life
Art by Christine Peterkin; Now, How Shall We We Be? (Badley and Ross); Little Theologians (Csinos); Can I Believe? (Stackhouse); All Things Wise and Wonderful (Warren); Extraordinary Canadians (Mansbridge)
Our shared identity in Christ frees us to celebrate our uniqueness