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16 September, 2021
Love one another

Canadian Christian organizations urge action for the world’s poor

08 September, 2021
Deconstructing faith, growing up in Christ

Religion’s failures are pushing some Evangelicals to change — but into what? SIGN UP NOW FOR OUR OCT. 5 WEBINAR ON THIS TOPIC.

02 August, 2021
Being Christian in a secular society

From culture wars to positive engagement

31 July, 2021
Planning for post-Covid spiritual growth

We have inherited a set of everyday tools that can help open us to God

04 July, 2021
Why we do a land acknowledgment in my church

Ken Shigematsu reflects on rejecting heresy and choosing reconciliation.

30 June, 2021
Filmmaker Dallas Jenkins on The Chosen

Creatively experimental series downloaded and watched by millions

22 May, 2021
How we can love our neighbours – during and after a pandemic

Lynda MacGibbon reflects on practical ways to love our neighbours in the current moment.

17 May, 2021
Living with dying

What does the body of Christ look like after medical assistance in dying (MAiD) has been legalized in Canada? A theological ethicist offers another, ancient way forward

27 April, 2021
Ode to reading

Why spiritual writing and reading matter so much

29 March, 2021
What's next for the church in Quebec?

The urban missiologist Glenn Smith recently stepped away from the Quebec-based ministry Christian Direction after 35 years, as Faith Today reported last issue. We asked this avid "student of Québec society" (as he des...

29 March, 2021
Quel est l’avenir de l’Église au Québec ?

Le missiologue urbain, Glenn Smith, a récemment quitté le ministère québécois, Direction Chrétienne, après 35 ans de service, comme « Faith Today » l’a rapporté dans son numéro de janvier-février 2021. Nous avons dema...

16 March, 2021
Ten lessons from fallen leaders

How churches and ministries can safeguard against abuse of power

14 March, 2021
Bridging the gap

How one-year programs are equipping young high school graduates

08 March, 2021
Does church still matter, even in a pandemic?

Embracing our weakness and limitations, church services look much different these days – but spiritual hunger continues unabated, writes Kevin Makins.

08 February, 2021
The value of theological education

Going back to school in midlife brings many surprises – and it’s worth it

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