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One way we get to hear from readers is by counting the number of times people view different blog posts. It helps us to know what’s popular, although that’s not the only criteria we use when planning future articles a...
What’s an Evangelical to think when 200 world religions meet in Toronto?
Toronto City Mission (TCM) is the oldest and longest-running mission in the City of Toronto.
The latest issue of our sister magazine for young adults, called Love Is Moving, features an interview with Catherine Fowler of the documentary called The Dating Project.
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We’ve been inviting Canadians to share their palliative care stories in connection with the launch of the Palliative Care Toolkit, a free, practical resource on serious illness (great for small group discussion) publi...
It’s been just over a year since the EFC launched its podcast. Like so many entrepreneurial initiatives, we didn’t really know what we were doing when we began.
In 2015 I had to say goodbye to my best friend and wife at the young age of 50, after a very hard 18-month battle to survive cancer. It was without a doubt the hardest thing I ever did and will ever have to do.
It seems that there are still many non-Indigenous Christians out there who feel white people need to go and reach, evangelize, save, rescue, help Indigenous people, pastors, churches, and communities.
My husband Don and I have managed very well during many years of illness and health setbacks. We are both 76, and we have been married for 56 years. Now we are on the final stretch it seems. The Lord has been so good ...
My husband was first diagnosed with cancer 17 years ago. He always says that he has lived with cancer, not battled it. Medication and prayer have enabled him to live a fruitful life.
Whenever I hear the phrase “death with dignity” – and I’ve been hearing it a lot lately as our country has debated euthanasia and assisted suicide – I think of my father’s dying.