Is Christ Relevant to Politics?

Theologians tackle how faith shapes public life (Mar/Apr 2017)

The Church in Exile

How will we respond? (Jan/Feb 2017)

Teach us to want

Are our desires always wrong? (Nov/Dec 2016)

Don't turn away from suffering

Walking with people who are in pain (Sep/Oct 2016)

Artful discipleship

How the arts can help in spiritual formation (Jul/Aug 2016)

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In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

The FT Interview with Larry Worthen

Larry Worthen of the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada explains why we need to fight for the conscience rights of Canadian doctors who have religious objections to physician-assisted suicide.

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Teach Us to Want: An Invitation to Holy Desire

I had a thousand reasons for mistrusting my own desires, many rooted in my prodigal story. For despite having parents who faithfully took me to church on Sunday mornings, Sunday evenings, even Wednesday nights for all-church dinners and prayer meetings, I led a wild early adolescence so terribly cliché as to be uninteresting.

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Embracing Advent

Why a charismatic Christian embraced the liturgical church calendar

I was a Christian for nearly 20 years before I heard the word "Advent."

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Creating a Redemptive Reality for the Sexual Minorities in our Care

Gender fluidity is confusing and challenging to churches. How should we respond?

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Canada Will Soon Legalize Marijuana: Is There a Christian Response?

When Cathy (not her real name) received a call from a member of her church that her Grade 9 son had been spotted smoking marijuana outside his high school on a regular basis, she set the phone down in shock.

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Women’s Christian Temperance Union Soldiers on

Despite the WCTU's reduced membership, its message of self-restraint is as relevant as ever

In the Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

To See and Love Vancouver the Way God Does

A multidenominational consultation is examining how God is at work across 23 neighbourhoods




How We Order our Hearts

The trouble with do-it-yourself transformation


Arrow Leadership celebrates 25 years of transforming leaders

Ministry has made leaders more "dangerous" for years


Baptism in Nepal

Nov/Dec 2016

Bhim Lal Tamang (at right) and his team of national workers train and equip Christian leaders who understand the culture, building church at a grassroots level. Read more stories in the Global Village column.


Nepal One Year Later

Apr 26, 2016

Rebuilding after tragedy has not been an easy journey for the country of Nepal.




Spruce Grove Alliance Church, AB

Jul/Aug 2014


Helping people be well

Mark journeys with people and communities toward emotional health and mental wellness


Reconciliation event a success in Thunder Bay

The Walking Together conference explored the challenges put forth by justice Murray Sinclair, chair of Canada’s seven-year Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Sinclair famously said, "Reconciliation is about forging and maintaining respectful relationships. There are no shortcuts."


Too Many Victims

Child neglect and the response of our churches


Religious Freedom in Court

The Ktunaxa Nation case will set an important precedent


Celebrate grace

Let’s stop oversimplifying what religions teach


The "Huron Carol"

The beloved song has a complicated history


Clear on Scientology

More people are learning the truth behind this new religion


Caring for the Global Poor

A businessperson’s response to billions of hurting people