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An extended Reading the Bestsellers review of this 2013 book still on the bestsellers lists
How a church in Orangeville, Ont., is using trauma training to equip their team to respond to people who suffer
Jul/Aug 2023 features: confession as a doorway to grace; why aren't Canadians listening to Christian leaders? moving out of the empty nest; how to use holy curiosity; interview with Daniel Whitehead of Sanctuary Menta...
Turning complex questions into action requires hope and a good process.
Most music flows from one major source
"Every day I come across moments that intrigue me, and I feel the need to capture them on canvas and share them with everyone else."
Church program focuses on practical skills
Canadian history reveals positive link
Commodification versus community
Creative ways to love our neighbours
Lorsqu'une personne connaît notre honte et qu'elle nous aime et nous reçoit, la honte ne peut pas survivre, écrit Ken Shigematsu, pasteur et auteur de Vancouver.
How good are we at forgiving, rebuking, saying sorry and the like? Let’s reflect together in this new series.
How this girl met God
When a person knows our shame, and then loves us and receives us, the shame can't survive, writes Vancouver pastor-author Ken Shigematsu.
Three questions for philosopher and Institute for Christian Studies professor emeritus Calvin Seerveld