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Canadian Ministries Use Sports to Raise Funds

Putting feet to a cause has become a tried and true way of raising awareness...

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Faith Matters to Canadian Singing Sensation

Micallef credits his upbringing in the Church, his family and his faith...

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Sewing Group Offers Training, Skills and Hope

World Tailors provides immigrants with sewing skills, business training and social connections in London, Ont.

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Calgary Church Opens Centre for New Immigrants

Assisting immigrants through the struggles of a new life in Canada is what the New Canadian Friendship Centre is all about.

 

2010 Articles

November/December Issue
September/October Issue
July/August Issue
May/June Issue
March/April Issue
January/February Issue

 

November/December Issue

Racetrack a Lost City

Chaplain Shawn Kennedy describes the Woodbine racetrack, located in northwest Toronto, as a “lost city.” The country's premier racetrack stables 2,500 horses and employs 1,800 people – in some ways treating the horses better.

Prof Aims at Science-Faith Connection

Last year marked the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth and the 150th of his key book on evolution, The Origin of Species. Many people today are still responding to the legacy of Darwin's challenge to the relationship between science and religion.

Gospel Coalition Fosters Passion for the Word

In 2005 John Mahaffey, senior pastor of West Highland Baptist Church in Hamilton, Ont., was invited along with 40 other pastors to discuss a perceived theological drift of evangelicalism. The event was initiated by American author Tim Keller and D.A. Carson, a professor at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois.

Caring for Kids at Camp Gahini

Daniel Wiebe of Saskatoon, Sask., not only builds houses for a living, but dreams – a fact proven each November at a camp in Gahini, Rwanda.

New Digs for a Deserving Family

Three and a half thousand square feet is more house than most families dream of, but that is exactly what Crystal and Bob Mandryk and their nine children got in a gift inspired by the TV show Extreme Makeover.

Relationships That Work

The Bible has a lot to say about how to improve and foster relationships that are fulfilling and developed according to what God would want for us. That's what several thousand female ministry leaders gathered to consider on October 22 and 23 at the Relationships That Work Conference at The Peoples Church in Toronto.

September/October Issue

New App for Worship Leaders

SongSuggest helps worship leaders select songs.

iPhone Apps for Christians

A variety of apps for your iPhone.

Ministry Gets to the Heart of Marriage

Heart Family Ministries.

Fresh Words for the Church

A contest looking for the eighth letter of Revelation.

The Internet Overtakes Television

Internet usage has surged passed television watching.

West Rocks to the Word

Franklin Graham brings his Rock the River youth outreach to the west.

YWAM Celebration Hits Canada This Fall

The founders of YWAM celebrate Canada for their 50th anniversary.

New Scripture in Saskatchewan Cree

The new Cree version is more up-to-date and accessible than ever before.

July/August Issue

Delivering Dignity Nationwide

The first step in rebuilding a life is rebuilding self-respect.

Church Dishes Out Soup and More

Church volunteers prepare and serve food for Soup and More in Clinton, Ont.

Taking Worship to the Screen

Centre Street Church in Calgary uses three large screens for worship.

Coffee Shop Welcomes Thousands

Building relationships and making disciples.

Ex-Addict Inspires a Community

Mario Swampy works to make a difference.

Canadian Christians Win Writing Awards

Results of the Word Guild Awards.

May/June Issue

Five for 5

A fishing village in Indonesia was relocated and rebuilt by World Vision

Recycling Rubber and Resolve.

Recycling is more than a good habit - it is a form of worship.

CMU Students Envision a Better World

Students from Canadian Mennonite University send special glasses to Guatemala.

Loving Our Neighbour's Land

Are Christians really loving their neighbour if they stand by while their land is trashed?

Church Offers Freedom From Addiction

Finding Freedom is a ministry working with those with addictions.

Life Transformation in 11 Months

The World Race offers an 11-month, 11-country journey.

March/April Issue

Medicine in Mongolia

Dr. Laurie Elit serves in developing countries.

Bringing New Life to Women in Crisis

New Life Girls Home offers a lifeline to girls in crisis.

Century-Old Ministry Ship to Stop Sailing

The ministry of Doulos finally ended after 95 years.

Anglicans Offer Open Door in Montreal

Open Door drop-in centre ministers to street people.

Churches Co-operate for Toronto Impact

Three church denominations of joined together to for the 12:12 Network.

Retreat for the Grieving and Terminally Ill

The Mara Station Retreat Centre is for those facing life-threatening illnesses.

January/February Issue

Canadian Women Use Hobbies to Serve the Poor

Jabez Blanket Ministry helps orphaned children overseas.

TWU Celebrates First Crop of MBA Students

The first class has graduated and TWU looks forward to more growth in the program.

Not Mission Trip as Usual

Challenging Bolivian churches to be safer places for children.

Mom Succeeds in Local Fundraising Effort

About 1,000 riders participated in the Ride for Refugees in Waterloo, Ont..

Break Dancing in the Sanctuary?

An outreach to hip hoppers bridges the gap.

Retired Pastor Has a Lofty Goal

A retired pastor ministers by working a construction project in Nigeria.