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January 24, 2014

The Olympics Has Always been a Religious Event- PART 1

By: Dave Johns

The ancient Greeks were a highly religious people who developed myths and stories involving many gods. Their athletic games have mysterious origins of ancient myths of the gods competing and games that honour their dead war heroes. Sport was very sacred so their most important sanctuaries were also the locations of their most important athletic games! All their games began with ritual sacrifices and purification. Read More
January 24, 2014

The Olympics Has Always been a Religious Event- PART 2

By: Dave Johns

Sport can be described as a gift from God. The Olympics can be used to tell people about their wonderful Creator and can stimulate Christians to worship Him more. As Paul said to the Sport crazy Greeks: "I even found an altar with this inscription: TO AN UNKNOWN GOD. Now what you worship as something unknown I am going to proclaim to you." Read More
January 22, 2014

Human Rights Violating Iran Spawns The Fastest Growing Church

By: Paul W. Johnson

Iran has the fastest growing Church in the world at 20% growth per year, even inside Iran's notorious prison system. One Christian prisoner stated, "The very prison system that tried to silence us was not our megaphone." Read More
January 10, 2014

Real Food

By: Michelle Allison

All around us are people listening to what their bodies need and attempting to make the best possible choice within a context of overwhelming food pressure. All of their choices are valid, and every single one of these foods is “real.” Read More
January 6, 2014

Mandela Has Died, South Africa Is Bereft

By: Michael Cassidy

The moment South Africa has in many ways been dreading has come upon us and our Madiba has ended his long earthly walk to freedom. Read More
January 6, 2014

The Nelson Mandela I Knew...And Loved

By: Peter Storey

The Mandela I knew became beloved by me, not so much for the grand gestures, although he was a master of political theatre, but for the lesser-known acts that revealed a truly human genius for Ubuntu - the awareness that his life was inextricably bound up with the lives of all his fellow human beings, especially his enemies. Read More
December 25, 2013

Christmas Myths

By: Craig Evans

I suspect fragment will add to the pot of myths about Jesus. Read More
December 16, 2013

Is Canada Less Welcoming to Refugees?

By: Jim McNair

We often complain about unemployment, high taxes, greedy politicians but the reality is we are truly blessed. Read More
December 13, 2013

Hope in the Midst of Disaster

By: John McAlister

What stands out to me the most has been the response of ordinary Canadians. After hearing about these disasters, so many people felt compelled to reach out. Read More
December 10, 2013

High River Flood: 6-Month Anniversary

By: Angela Piovesana

We are not alone, we are all connected and we need the support of one another. And with this support, we can accomplish so much! Read More
December 6, 2013

Best of Times, Worst of Times

By: Darrel Janz

The flood was by far the worst we'd ever had and dealt a devastating blow to our community. As we come to the end of this year of incredible lows and highs and turn to the celebration of the birth of our Saviour, our hearts are filled with gratitude for all God has brought us through. Read More
December 2, 2013

Scandal is Toppling Governments...Even the Church

By: Ron Sider

"The truth is there is increasingly little difference between an essentially secular activity like the popular entertainment industry and the bring-'em-in-at-any-cost efforts of evangelical megachurches." Read More

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