March/April 2009 Issue
How to Rise Above the Economic Crisis
By Russell Corben
The Credit Crisis and the Spent Demographic Dividend
By Jonathan Wellum
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Alienated Anglicans Starting AfreshNews
Faith Today interviews Charlie Masters of the Anglican Network in Canada, a group of 27 Anglican parishes that has left The Anglican Church of Canada.
Canadian Churches Rethink Their Global Mission
By Patricia Paddey - Given the popularity of short-term mission trips and bi-city missions expo events, global outreach by Canadian Evangelicals seems to be growing - or is it?
Internet Porn Crisis - Church Response Needed
By Drew Dyck - Experts say pornography addiction is widespread and that the Church is called to minister the power of God both within and outside the church.
Inuit of Labrador Get New BibleIn Each Issue
Reach Out With Good Friday Drama
Bookstore From the Ashes
From the Editor
Credit Crunch By Gail Reid
Equipping "Deborahs" in Central Asia
West Coast Welcomes Back Mission Boats
The Just Us Project
Canadian Police Help in Namibia
Bank Helps Charities and Overseas Missions
The Gathering Place
Enjoying Life with God by Bruce J. Clemenger
God at Work in Denominations
Subculture or Counterculture? by Wes Mills
A Church You Should Know
Hughson Street Baptist Church, Hamilton, Ont. by Charlene de Haan
Ask a Theologian
How Can the Bible Help Me Tell Wrong from Right? by Christopher Holmes
Sun Myung Moon Still Around by James Beverley
Arts & Culture: Reviews of Books and Events
Sin and Salvation: Holman Hunt and the Pre-Raphaelite Vision
The Twenty-Piece Shuffle
Borderland Churches: A Congregation's Introduction to Missional Living
Revivalists: Marketing the Gospel in English Canada, 1884-1957
Cibou: A Novel
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