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Taking the long view on carpe diem
New program designed to help committed believers cultivate a deeper faith
Ministry equips Canadian evangelists
Miracles and Other Reasonable Things (Sarah Bessey); Not Quite Us: Anti-Catholic Thought in English Canada since 1900 (Kevin P. Anderson); Encountering World Religions: A Christian Introduction (Irving Hexham); The Id...
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Our expectations will shape our actions
Confronting and confessing our failings
Kingdom principles to live by
Is embracing religion just another way to make a splash?
What should Christians think when prayers for healing seem unanswered?
A major new EFC survey suggests half of Canadians are either agnostic, atheist or unreligious. And only a tenth attend religious services weekly. How will the church respond?
Mission leader Grace Fox and her husband Gene live on a 48-foot sailboat in Richmond, B.C. She writes about experiencing "God’s transitional grace."
Brian Dyck is the migration and resettlement program co-ordinator with the Mennonite Central Committee Canada. He helps churches in the ministry of refugee sponsorship. He spoke to Karen Stiller of Faith Today about s...
Faith + Tech: Has Facebook replaced real friendship? How do we engage with Scripture in this new age? Are we living the "abundant life"? Faith Today looks for answers.
After four decades as an ordained Pentecostal pastor, I didn’t know how to be a layperson, writes Garry Milley.