THE EFC UPDATE - 2015.09.01
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WOULD YOU LIKE SUGGESTIONS OF QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT ASK YOUR LOCAL POLITICIANS DURING THIS CAMPAIGN?
With a federal election scheduled for October 19, the EFC encourages Christians to invite God to work in the hearts and minds of all Canadians as we consider the future of our country. As in each election, there are important issues at stake. Find out strategies for involvement, including on some of the most pressing issues facing our country like euthanasia and assisted suicide, with the EFC Election Kit.
DID YOU MISS THE WEBINAR ON THE CHANGING CANADIAN CHURCH?
Rick Hiemstra, director of research for the EFC, shared statistics and fresh research on who is attending church in Canada and what we can expect in the near future. You can listen to a recording of the webinar here. Watch for more webinars coming up at theEFC.ca/webinars.
LATEST FAITH TODAY SUBSCRIPTION OFFER: FREE JOHN G. STACKHOUSE JR. BOOK
We have a book to give away to new Faith Today subscribers who sign up in Sep/Oct. Can God Be Trusted: Faith and the Challenge of Evil tackles one of the toughest challenges for people of faith. Stackhouse also writes this month’s cover story for Faith Today. Read it at faithtoday.ca/digital. Subscribe today at faithtoday.ca/subscription.
DO YOU APPRECIATE THE WORK OF THE EFC?
The EFC is now accepting applications for several part-time, casual speaking positions. EFC Ambassadors represent the EFC by making local presentations and participating in gatherings such as ministerials. Details at theEFC.ca/jobs.
COMING EVENTS AT THEEFC.CA/CALENDAR
→ Passionate About Our Marriage: Early-bird deadline, Montreal, August 31
→ TheCRY Montreal, September 12
WHAT’S NEW ON THE FAITH TODAY BLOG?
Four Months After a Short Term Mission Trip by Miriam Cleough
“I have always considered myself to be low maintenance. You know, one of those women who doesn’t need the biggest and the best, the newest and most improved. Yet, when I returned home, I looked around my home and for the first time thought, ‘I have alot of stuff.’” Read more at blog.faithtoday.ca.
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