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15 December, 2021
Top 10 content at Faith Today in 2021

What were the most read articles and most visited webpages of the year? Find out here.

14 December, 2021
Browse the Nov/Dec 2021 issue

Our Nov/Dec 2021 issue features: next-gen friendships; global persecution; how might churches flourish after the pandemic; Christian theatre; when our pets die; Christmas outreach tips; and interview with author Phili...

13 December, 2021
Five reviews from Nov/Dec 2021

Art by Christine Cole; Signs of Life (McAlpine, Thiessen, Walker); Bullies and Saints (Dickson); The Lighthouse: A Novel (O'Brien); Forming Christian Communities in a Secular Age (Dickau); Five Little Indians (Good)

06 December, 2021
A no-secrets mission

The world desperately needs honest Christians

06 December, 2021
The Church after Covid-19

Let’s not go back to the way things were, suggests columnist John Stackhouse.

26 November, 2021
Beyond pestilence and flood - The story of a BC church

What happened the week the waters rose. A report from Justin Lueck of City Life Church in Chilliwack, B.C.

22 November, 2021
Pastor shares church response to B.C. floods

This week at Christian Life Assembly we're working to get another load of 30,000 lbs of supplies prepared and sent to Merritt, B.C., to help as people prepare to return.

22 November, 2021
Christian reflections on a post-lockdown world

As we move forward, it’s easy to want to shake off this time and forget about it. But that does us a disservice, writes Ilana Reimer.

19 November, 2021
A flood of relief from churches for British Columbians

Stories are beginning to come out about how churches are helping respond to the floods in B.C.

18 November, 2021
Faith Today’s Guide to 2021 Charity Gift Catalogues

The online version here is longer than the one in the printed magazine. Is there a gift catalogue missing from your favourite Canadian Christian charity? Let us know and we'll add it.

17 November, 2021
My journey to reclaim my Mi’kmaq heritage as a follower of Jesus: Walking a powerful and painful path of healing

A little Indigenous doll sits in the corner of my mother’s glass cabinet in my childhood home. The crocheted regalia and the leather headband adorned with wooden and glass beads share a story of healing.

17 November, 2021
Questioning what’s next

Are we too obsessed with anticipating the next big thing?

17 November, 2021
Unwrap your church this Christmas

Tips on making the most of seasonal outreach opportunities

17 November, 2021
Fire on the rock

Methodist revival in 1800s Newfoundland

Mission Central Conference 2022
EFC Pornography Action Kit 2021