In early July, the Canadian conference announced the permanent layoff of four of its stewardship representatives, with the fifth retiring at the end of July. CCMBC recently restructured its financial…
In late September, a six-alarm fire broke out in one of the 18 high-rise buildings in St. Jamestown, a densely populated community in the heart of downtown Toronto. The blaze left 1,500 people homeless – many of them new immigrants and refugees to Canada.
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Douglas A. Hicks and Mark Valeri
Global Neighbors: Christian Faith and Moral Obligation in Today’s Economy
What do Bono, Margaret Thatcher, and Martin Luther King Jr. have in common? All used the Good Samaritan as a persuasive narrative for their activism, their actions, and their decisions. And they are not alone…