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08 November, 2018
Aid agencies look back and ahead

Successes and challenges of 2018 and beyond

01 November, 2018
The FT Interview with Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash is a Toronto-based church planter and author of How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to All of Your Life (Moody, 2018). He spoke to Faith Today about the habits that form us and the power of the ordinary.

20 September, 2018
Open to the extraordinary

Valuing families with disabilities in the Church

13 September, 2018
Renegotiating faith in young adulthood

Canadian research looks at how to help youth keep the faith after high school

06 September, 2018
The FT Interview: With David Martin

David Martin is executive minister for the Mennonite Church Eastern Canada. Martin’s work takes him deeply into the topic of sexual misconduct within the Church, and he teaches and writes about it. This difficult work...

18 July, 2018
FT Interview: With Sharon Ramsay

Sharon Ramsay spoke with Faith Today about how we can all care for ourselves, and particularly spiritual leaders.

11 July, 2018
The beautiful gift of small churches

When I was a young student at Bible college, I was told if I did the right things, my church would grow. I bought into that idea completely.

04 July, 2018
Survival habits of the soul

Three practices that help us feel loved and whole.

26 June, 2018
Diehard believers

Deathbed doubts among the devout

01 May, 2018
The joy and sorrow of palliative care

A Faith Today senior writer shares her own experience caring for a dying loved one, and how canada can do better with palliative care

30 April, 2018
Into the heart of crisis pregnancy centres in Canada

A Faith Today writer visits a centre in Winnipeg to find out what makes them tick

30 April, 2018
The FT Interview: With Marv Penner

Faith Today caught up with Penner as he waited for a flight to China where he was going to train youth workers in the unofficial Church. He spoke to us about what churches need to do today to build relationships with ...

13 March, 2018
Your theology is changing - is that okay?

The difference between maturing and copping out