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Revolutionary Christian Citizenship
Author: John Howard Yoder
Temporarily residing in the United States brings some light to what makes a Canadian “Canadian” and an American “American.” For example, I’ve noticed our public healthcare system frees Canadians from a great deal of financial stress…
Text and Context: Church Planting in Canada in Post-Christendom
Author: Leonard Hjalmarson, editor
Paradigm shifts aren’t new, even in the church. Throughout history, the pendulum has swung: different perspectives on faith, theology, mission, church life and ecclesiology become prominent while once-popular/widespread practices and disciplines fall into obscurity/disuse.
Dressed in colourful finery, seven immigrant women pulled up in front of the Winnipeg Art Gallery in a limousine Mar. 8, 2014. That night, they were the stars of Letters to our Children, a book and documentary that premiered to an audience of some 225 media, government, NGO and church people.
Canadian Foodgrains Bank is monitoring the situation in South Sudan, where hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by conflict.