FaithForum is a non-profit organization that is committed to creating opportunities for people of faith to share ideas and collaborate together, and to offering workshops and seminars for leaders and lay people on ministry-related topics. The site contains information on events, links to research helps, denominations in Canada, and a link to founder Christine Longhurst’s Faithmatters site on resources for worship. Longhurst teaches seminars and courses on worship, and was managing editor for Worship Together, the hymnal and worship resource for MB churches in North America.
On this Evangelical Fellowship of Canada blog, Centre for Faith and Public Life legal counsel Don Hutchinson and Faye Sonier, and researchers Julia Beazley and Anita Levesque comment from a biblical perspective on abortion, euthanasia, freedom of speech, human trafficking, pornography, and prostitution in Canadian law, politics, and society. A Twitter feed highlights new material and provides updates on parliamentary debates and court decisions.
Inspired by Julie and Julia, a book that chronicles a woman’s year of cooking through Julia Child’s seminal cookbook, Wendy Hammond is blogging her efforts to cook every recipe in Herald Press’s Simply in Season. Posts on “Simply Me: A Year of Eating Locally…Mindfully…Simply” include a recipe description, photo, and “the verdict.” Hammond also blogs on food issues such as community supported agriculture, and describes ingredients that may be unfamiliar to a North American audience.