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Edmonton author and coach Juli Wenger reflects on finding Christian purpose amid our busy lives and culture.
Resting isn’t just about the individual doing the resting, reflects Faith Today staff Rachel Baarda after a trip to Israel sponsored by the Israel Ministry of Tourism
The Gathering (Regent College, Vancouver, June 2–3) is for all church leaders, both pastors and laity, from a variety of denominational traditions, who desire to nourish missional churches.
How could this happen days before the big anniversary service? Dale Renout shares an amazing true story from 2006 involving the late Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion.
Churches want to be welcoming, safe places, but what happens when someone enters who disturbs worship, or could prove violent?
Pastor Troy Watson reflects on why "Who are my Samaritans?" is just as important a question as "Who is my neighbour?"
In November 2022, Leon Fontaine died. Fontaine, pastor of Springs Church—the largest church in Canada, with locations in Winnipeg and Calgary—was a well-known prosperity gospel preacher, telling people they could live...
Tim Perry looks across a "tragic divide now over five centuries old" and sees the Spirit of God at work in the life of the former pope who died last week.
ChurchforVancouver.ca has once again published a list of local books from the past year. Always worth checking out.
Faith Today circulation coordinator Rachel Baarda recounts her visit to Galilee as part of a tour for Christian journalists sponsored by the Israel Ministry of Tourism.
Faith Today circulation coordinator Rachel Baarda recounts her visit to Jerusalem as part of a tour for Christian journalists sponsored by the Israel Ministry of Tourism.
How I’ve been blessed by online talks by theologians during the pandemic, by Ottawa writer Robert MacKenzie
"With the prevalence of stigma, people with mental health issues need all the help they can get to raise their self-esteem and become confident members of the community," says writer Marja Bergen.
Marja Bergen, who lives with bipolar disorder, writes on the mysterious link between faith and mental health that brings healing
The author of the best fiction book of 2021 (according to The Word Guild) reflects on the strange idea that God would take an interest in an artist’s work.