Should evangelicals be engaging in broader dialogue with other Christian traditions in order to impact Canada with the gospel?
Evangelical Fellowship of Canada
CMU reaches milestone; Pre-budget vigils held by religious communities; China – more Christians than Communists?; North Korea ranked worst persecutor of Christians; DVD to combat suicide; New Canadian School of Peacebuilding; Christian murdered in Orissa, India; Heather Plett named Manitoba’s Communicator of the Year; MCC distributes corn in drought-stricken area; Episcopal clergy hold dual faith; Albinos killed in Tanzania
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