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20 June, 2021
It ends okay

How embracing the future helps us live in the present

14 June, 2021
Six reviews from May/Jun 2021

Art by Lynda Toews; Refuge Reimagined (Glanville); Brave Women, Bold Moves (Ostapchuk); The Great Sex Rescue (Gregoire et al.); The Problem of Jesus (Clark); The Bible & Ancient Science (Lamoureux); How to Pronounce K...

14 June, 2021
New Apostolic Reformation

What to make of the booming legacy of Peter Wagner

14 June, 2021
London church joins vigil for victims of vehicle attack

A London, Ontario church is being present in the midst of the tragedy that has rocked their city.

11 June, 2021
The news from Kamloops and the ongoing ministry of reconciliation

How does God's call on Christians to be ambassadors of reconciliation lead us to respond to news about the remains of 215 children at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School? Phil Wagler reflects.

03 June, 2021
Community rink breaks ice-olation

Grimsby church and community form lasting connections through initiative

24 May, 2021
Online generosity: Celebrating the virtual offering

How can a church celebrate the offering in an online worship service when there is no plate to be passed?

24 May, 2021
As a country we are healing

First person, by Holly Fortier

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.

20 May, 2021
When spoken words give life

Christian-themed audio books for people with blindness or a "print disability"

17 May, 2021
A story of forgiveness from a Uganda mission trip

Malachi 4:6 says, “He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.”

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

17 May, 2021
Evangelical higher education in a secular age

How Canada adapted and innovated for evangelical education

10 May, 2021
What light will they notice?

Our neighbours notice our community service more than our worship services

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