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18 July, 2022
Building deep-rooted relationships

What will it take to improve relationships between the Church and Indigenous Peoples? Mackenzie Griffin, an Alberta writer with Cree and Saulteaux ancestry, reflects.

17 July, 2022
Small press roundup. Art by Christopher M. Cuthill.

Artwork by Christopher Cuthill; Books of interest about Pentecostal history, prayer in the life of Jesus, B.C. hipsters, the lamb in Revelation, and more.

13 July, 2022
Podcasting as a community-building exercise

Commons Church, Calgary, rose to the challenge of creating a podcast that would knit a community together.

12 July, 2022
Ten years trucking for Yeshua on YouTube

A camera, an audience and a mission for B.C.-based long-haul trucker Ray Gauthier

11 July, 2022
Preaching now And then

What nine years of pulpitless existence has taught ex-pastor (and prof of pastoral theology) Mark Buchanan about preaching

08 July, 2022
Double-dipping

When you’re part of more than one church. Guest column by Anita Wing-Lee

08 July, 2022
Staying with people in their struggles

The complicated reality of drug addiction. Guest column by Meera Bai

07 July, 2022
When discipleship comes home

Inviting our children to trust in the Lord. Guest column by Stephanie Christianson

07 July, 2022
Author Janet Sketchley on her mystery trilogies and fencing

Three questions for the author of Bitter Truth and the Redemption's Edge trilogy

07 July, 2022
Canadian Christians and colonialism

Looking for surprises in the history of Christianity among Indigenous Peoples

06 July, 2022
How MAiD is transforming Canadian end-of-life care

And what we ought to do about it. Part 2 of a series by Patricia Paddey

04 July, 2022
Stella la superhéroïne

Et les tendances en matière de dons dans l'Église canadienne

04 July, 2022
Superhero Stella

And giving trends in the Canadian Church

02 July, 2022
Podcast reaches 200th episode

We have reached a milestone with the Faith Today Podcast. Episode 200 is now live. It seems remarkable to our (very) small team, that we have been a part of so many interviews and dialogues over these past few years.

01 July, 2022
The FT Interview with John Stackhouse

The author of the new book Evangelicalism: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford UP) is professor of religious studies at Crandall University in Moncton, a favourite Faith Today columnist, a scholar and author of many books.

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