How to Become a Disability-Friendly Church

Disability

You may or may not know that I used to be the associate editor for Faith Today magazine. Although I have moved on to other endeavours, I’m still very excited about the magazine. I sometimes […]

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On Reading Well

We all want to write well. But perhaps we also need to learn to read well. Bill Fledderus, senior editor at Faith Today magazine, shares about the importance of reading well. You can find the […]

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Faith Today: Apologetics Without Apology

Apologetics

The new issue of Faith Today magazine is now available. If you have not discovered Faith Today yet, you really need to. I think it is great, and that is not just because I used […]

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A Chapter Closes

Personal Reflections

A year and a half ago I was very excited to make an announcement. After many months of being out of work, I was hired by the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada to be the associate […]

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Youth Ministry Should Be Unapologetically Apologetic

Apologetics and Theology

This post originally appeared on the Faith Today blog. The faith journeys of young adults have been a hot topic in Canada over the past two years since the Hemorrhaging Faith research study was released. […]

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The New and Redesigned Faith Today

As you may know, my day job is as the associate editor of Faith Today magazine. Faith Today has always been a great magazine, but we just went through a major redesign. Aside from my […]

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Full Steam Ahead

Personal Reflections

For the last number of months I have been working only part-time at Faith Today. The reason for this was my health. My sarcoidosis was hitting me hard. While I had pain, the worst part […]

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Church Planting in Canada

Leadership and Ministry

I truly believe that the future of the church is not mega-churches getting bigger but smaller churches getting planting. Having said that, it is a lot harder to plant a church. There are some great […]

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Confessions of an Ex-Pastor

Personal Reflections

It always broke my heart when I would read stories of how a pastor had a bad experience at a church and quit ministry out of anger, pain and frustration.  I would hear those stories […]

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Limits to Freedom of Expression

Apologetics and Theology

In Canada, as in many western countries, we take for granted our freedom of expression/speech.  This freedom is one of the things that I am thankful for as a Canadian.  However, that freedom is not […]

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Evangelicals and the Disabled

Disability and Faith

I have a lot of patience and there is not much that will get me angry.  Some time ago, I posted something on Facebook that was supportive of people with disabilities.  A very conservative Christian […]

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What We Can Learn From Tom Harpur

As many people know, I have some serious disagreements with Tom Harpur.  However, it is easy to get so caught up in how much we disagree that we neglect to take the opportunity to learn. […]

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