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27 March, 2015
The all-consuming concern of engaging Canadians with the Bible

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.

23 March, 2015
A call to Canadian women: time to engage

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...

18 March, 2015
Life in the Yukon: The nugget I brought home

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.

16 March, 2015
The alarming loss of freedom of speech on Canadian campuses

“I can’t stand what you’re saying, therefore I will silence you.”

10 March, 2015
The power of good stories well told

Last night I sat in a packed movie theatre in Oshawa watching The Drop Box.

05 March, 2015
Five common faith challenges and how you can answer them

Here’s your sneak peek at some of the great content coming up in the March/April Faith Today. We all have probably had difficult conversations when people ask us good and important faith questions…and we are stumped. ...

26 February, 2015
2014: A good year for Faith Today and Christian journalism

Yes, the Oscars have rolled up the red carpet, but for Canadian Christian publications, it’s awards season.

24 February, 2015
Beating the busy monster again: This time for women specifically

Last September, Faith Today ran a cover story called “Too Busy to be Faithful?” That story generated discussion about life, balance and technology.

19 February, 2015
The black and white of 50 Shades of Grey

When our family vacationed in Cozumel earlier this year, my 17-year-old was appalled at how many women were reading 50 Shades of Grey by the pool. “That’s like a guy watching porn in the open!”

09 February, 2015
The madcap world of creativity in Canadian Christian organizations

Let me introduce you to Sharon. She is a change agent, a questioner, a critic.

06 February, 2015
When you don’t have it all figured out

Many years ago I served on a search committee for a youth pastor. In one of our preliminary meetings the chairman suggested we decide on the doctrinal “must haves” for any potential candidates.

03 February, 2015
What is lament? And why does it matters so much?

Very few pastors in my denomination knew what I wanted when I asked if I they’d allow me to interview them for a Faith Today feature on why churches needed to recover the lost art of lament.

02 February, 2015
Living day by day when it is more difficult than ever

And no one can infallibly predict what will happen five months or five weeks or five days from now, so now it really doesn’t matter what they say

28 January, 2015
Don’t slam the door: When Jehovah’s witnesses come knocking

When Jehovah’s Witnesses knock on your door, you should keep the names of two women and two men in mind.