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He was one of our regular columnists from 1997 to 2003 and again from 2009 until May 2023, with occasional other freelance contributions along the way.
Every ten years, we write a reflective blog about our magazine ministry. It’s such a blur if we don’t! Take a walk with us back through the third decade of Faith Today to reflect on what we have together.
To inspire your Christmas gift giving this year, Faith Today has created a list of charity gift catalogues by affiliates of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada.
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I know what Christians are supposed to believe about the afterlife, but I want the full arc feeling about this life, writes Ottawa-area author Deborah Phillips.
B.C. writer Cathy Mogus encourages us to spiritual reflection on our fall activity schedules
Kiss, hug or handshake – How do people in your church pass the peace of Christ? Nyambura Githaiga admits to being an awkward hugger.
Ontario physics professor Robert Mann calls Christians to seek new ways to build bridges of trust with the scientific community
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Celebrate awards given to our writers by the Canadian Christian Communicators Awards and The Word Awards.
Toronto pastor and author Darryl Dash reflects on the impact of Tim Keller, the celebrated Manhattan pastor and author who died May 19, 2023.
Judith Toronchuk, co-chair of the the Canadian Scientific & Christian Affiliation's 50th anniversary celebration committee, shares details of the celebrations.
Good questions we can ask ourselves, according to Ontario financial advisor Colin Kirby
Reasons for, and resources to enable, praying for Muslims during their month of fasting.
Edmonton podcaster, coach and author Juli Wenger reflects on wrong definitions of success and how following Christ brings freedom.