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Arrow Leadership celebrates 25 years of transforming leaders

Ministry has made leaders more "dangerous" for years

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Pushing back against the ban

Voices of the Nations wins their right to sing worship songs publicly in Toronto square.

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Prison ministry offers hope to inmates

Ministry has grown in impact and technology

 

KingdomMatters

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2016 Articles

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

 

Nov/Dec Issue

Arrow leadership celebrates 25 years of transforming leaders

Media campaign targets skeptics (Nov/Dec 2016)

29-week RZIM campaign aims to engage and challenge

It's lonely out there on university campuses (Nov/Dec 2016)

Reminding Canadians why faith matters

Think tank collects stories for Canada's 150th birthday (Nov/Dec 2016)

RSVP DVD encourages women to faith

Alberta-based RSVP Ministries has a new DVD series that is 100 per cent Canadian made. (Nov/Dec 2016)

New Alpha film series built with Canadian content

Canadians were key players, as producers and funders, in the recent update of the Alpha film series (Nov/Dec 2016)

Pilgrimage ministry teaches spiritual disciplines in Quebec

Ancient tradition attracts new generation (Nov/Dec 2016)

Graffiti artist puts his faith on walls

Evond Blake and his anointing of public space (Nov/Dec 2016)

Sept/Oct Issue

Garden for Refugees

Newcomers join in the harvest(Nov/Dec 2016)

Network tries to reduce isolation among Christian academics

It's lonely out there on university campuses (Nov/Dec 2016)

EmbraceRwanda empowers women out of economic and spiritual poverty

Hilary King first embraced Rwanda ten years ago when she saw a premature boy in his hospital's intensive care unit(Sept/Oct 2016)

Abbotsford museum celebrates Mennonite history

A new museum commemorates the history of one of the most influential groups in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia (Sept/Oct 2016)

Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation grows with renewed speed

The Canadian Scientific and Christian Affiliation (CSCA) recently received a grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation, Inc. to help grow its number of chapters across Canada (Sept/Oct 2016)

Syrian refugees aided by the Welcome Project

Government-sponsored refugees in hotels receive loving welcome (Sept/Oct 2016)

July/Aug Issue

Restore your soul with colouring

Christians have broken into the colouring scene(July/Aug 2016)

A creative life for youth

Youth ministry encourages discovery and creativity during difficult times (July/Aug 2016)

It's lonely out there on university campuses

Calgary theatre founder puts her faith into art(July/Aug 2016)

New radio ministry targets secular stations

Radio show offers answers to big life questions (July/Aug 2016)

Anglicans and Lutherans make progress on co-operation

Report confirms groups are the closest of cousins(July/Aug 2016)

Regina churches offer courses on understanding Islam

Focus is on prayer (July/Aug 2016)

May/Jun Issue

March for Life seeks biggest crowd for 19th year

Record participation expected (May/Jun 2016)

Prison ministry offers hope to inmates

Ministry has grown in impact and technology (May/Jun 2016)

FaithCareer.com linking potential employees with Christian organizations

Experienced recruiter tries to make things easier for organizations and job seekers (May/Jun 2016)

Diversity, the arts and used books a winning combination in Winnipeg

Winnipeg's Sam's Place brings together faith, the arts and community (May/Jun 2016)

Centre for post-Christendom studies launches

Centre will help academics and laypeople find a way forward in challenging times (May/Jun 2016)

Alpha takes off in Quebec

Dramatic increase in Alpha courses (May/Jun 2016)

Mar/Apr Issue

Radio executives band together to increase impact

New organization will serve Canadian Christian radio (Mar/Apr 2016)

New anthology focuses on First Nations Christian voices

First Nations Christian Writers is a newly released anthology from Goldrock Press (Mar/Apr 2016)

Speaking for the voiceless

Reah International encourages Christians in North Korea (Mar/Apr 2016)

Anglican training school could return to Nunavut

School reopens in new location with new curriculum (Mar/Apr 2016)

Pushing back against ban

Voices of the Nations wins their right to sing worship songs publicly in Toronto square (Mar/Apr 2016)

Jan/Feb Issue

Refugee Sponsorship Spikes in Wake of Syrian Crisis

Canadian churches step up to meet need. (Jan/Feb 2016)

Faith Film Purely Canadian

The story may be set in Michigan, but everything else is Canadian. (Jan/Feb 2016)

Waiting on justice

Art helps grieving family find forgiveness (Jan/Feb 2016)

ISMC reaches out to international students

Students find companionship - and sometimes Christ (Jan/Feb 2016)

Reaching victims of human trafficking

Church shines light on huge problem (Jan/Feb 2016)

Church holds ellipticalathon in support of Iraqi refugee family

North Burlington Baptist Church (NBBC) held an ellipticalathon at a health club to raise funds to bring a sponsored Iraqi refugee family, includ- ing an 11-year-old girl with lung cancer, to Canada. (Jan/Feb 2016)

From attempted suicide to baptism in Christ

Samaritan's Purse offers Christ's compassion to hurting veterans (Jan/Feb 2016)