November/December 2010 Issue
Canada's 30,000 Adoptable Children in a Labyrinth of Policy and Social Issues
By Bruce and Tracy Clemenger
What can we do to be culturally transformative and care for tens of thousands of parentless Canadian children?
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Pleading for the Poor After 10.10.10 by Emily Wierenga / Micah Challenge is a network mobilizing Christians against poverty. Its target, the Millennium Development Goals adopted by countries around the world, is only five years away.
The Fatigued by Facebook Interview / A Faith Today interview with physician and bio-ethics professor Jennie McLaurin about her experience withdrawing from Facebook.
Five Steps to a Simpler (and Holier) Christmas by Stephanie Douglas / Most of us wonder what all the hoopla actually has to do with the birth of Jesus Christ. Here’s a simpler path to Bethlehem’s cradle.
Hark, Do Herald Angels Really Sing? by Carolyn Arends / Was the angelic chorus of the Christmas story really a chorus?
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Adoption in Families of Faith by Jeff Dewsbury
In Each Issue
From the Editor
Eye-Openers by Gail Reid
Faith Forum: Letters and Milestones
Criticizing Christians; Big Bang Continues
Racetrack a Lost City; Gospel Coalition Fosters Passion for the Word; Caring for Kids at Camp Gahini; New Digs for a Deserving Family; Recommended Resources
The Gathering Place
A Wake-Up Call: Caring for Canada’s Children by Bruce J. Clemenger
Sudan: Becoming Two Countries? by Karen Stiller
News From the EFC
Challenging Prostitution Decision; Discussing Affordable Housing
Missions and Ministry Advertising Feature
Ministering Through Missions
A Church You Should Know
Grandview Calvary Baptist Church, Vancouver by Charlene de Haan
God At Work in Denominations
Sharing Water by Jeremy Bell
Atheism Rampant by Jim Beverley
Books and Culture
Books and Music Reviews
Christ & Culture in Canada
Oh, Yeah, There’s a War On by John G. Stackhouse Jr.
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