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Luke McKee is Communications Coordinator for Partners International Canada. This week, he hosted a phone call with Bhim Lai, a partner in Nepal. Bhim Lal shared what life is like right now in the earthquake-stricken...
World Vision Canada’s incoming president and CEO Michael Messenger is on the ground in Nepal supporting World Vision’s emergency response to last Saturday’s devastating earthquake. Prior to his departure, Michael refl...
Last week, Bruce Clemenger, president of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), sat down with Karen Stiller, a senior editor of Faith Today, to talk about euthanasia.
Dr. Rick Sacra contracted the Ebola virus in September 2014, while working at ELWA Hospital in Liberia. Following several weeks of treatment at the Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Sacra returned to Liberia. He shares his...
Author Carolyn Weber explores art as Christian expression.
I participated in the David Festival in Port Perry, Ontario this past weekend, teaching a workshop on one of my favourite genres, the spiritua...
Few people in history can match David Hume (1711–1776) for creating doubt about the possibility of miracles.
Not since 9/11 have so many people been so preoccupied with Islamic terrorism. What happened?
It’s James Beverley week on the Faith Today blog. We will be featuring some of our favourite columns from a writer who has informed and challenged Faith Today readers for years.
Jo-Ann Badley is dean of theology and professor of New Testament at Ambrose University in Calgary.
I just got back from a meeting of Seminary Academic Deans in Chicago where I met Anna Robbins, one of the other ...
As we enter Easter, Faith Today gathered a handful of quotes for your reflection on this weekend of somber remembrance and joyful celebration.
A Canadian university campus just might be one of the most difficult places to be actively pro-life.
Despite our high view of Scripture, Evangelicals are trending away from reading and reflecting on God’s Word. That may be an issue for some, but for Scripture Union, it’s an all consuming concern.
I was back on Canadian soil after spending two weeks with World Vision in Uganda and Tanzania. What I learned about the HIV/AIDS pandemic and its life-altering affects on women and children forever altered my life. H...
The most surprising part of the March/April issue of Faith Today’s article about church life in the Yukon just might be the byline.
“I can’t stand what you’re saying, therefore I will silence you.”