Should courts be able to review the membership decisions of religious communities and other voluntary associations? Learn more about the Nov. 2 Supreme Court "Wall" case that the EFC is involved in.
What happens to refugees in Canada after their sponsor's 13-month commitment ends?
This free 40-page EFC booklet contains articles and discussion questions to help you and your church understand the damage pornography is causing in society today, why it matters, and how we can respond as Christians, churches and parents.
Many people have preconceived ideas about pregnancy care centres. Three questions with Dr. Laura Lewis.
Amid all the news about shootings, hurricanes and earthquakes, let's not forget East Africa, facing one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises since the Second World War.
The EFC and the CCCC are calling Christians to pray for religious freedom on Sunday, Nov. 26.
Read the weekly blog of Canada’s Christian magazine. Nov. 9: “Why giving ‘Faith Today’ for Christmas is such a great idea...
The EFC offers travelling speakers for your next event, plus donor relations staff who would be glad to come visit you.
The EFC Podcast, a regular series of downloadable audio recordings, launched June 1 on iTunes, Google Play and SoundCloud.
The EFC supports the bill, currently before the Senate, and offers related resources.
Learn about recovering from pornography addiction from the two experts who led our Oct. 18 webinar.
Where can you get the latest news from the EFC? Check out our our weekly e-newsletter, events calendar and latest bimonthly newsletter.
The Justice Committee voted Nov. 8 to maintain special legal protection for religious leaders and worship services, reversing an earlier proposal...
Government has a duty to consider religious freedom concerns when raised by claimants, says the Supreme Court in a Nov. 2 decision.
We grieve with the families and friends affected by the horrific Nov. 5 attack on the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.
The EFC’s Nov. 6 letter invites the GG to deepen her understanding of Canadians with deeply held religious beliefs.
The EFC made a presentation on Nov. 6 to the government study of systemic racism and religious discrimination in Canada.
What's the EFC has been doing over the last 12 months to fulfil its mission to unite Evangelicals to bless Canada in the name of Jesus? EFC leaders highlight our public policy work, court interventions, research, youth mobilization and more.
“The EFC provides a dynamic place for inspiration, information and collaboration for the evangelical churches of Canada. It offers a platform to encourage one another, to explore common concerns, to innovate around shared opportunities and to speak as “one voice” to the political and social realities of Canadian culture. The EFC informs churches about significant social, moral and ethical issues Canadians are dealing with and creates an environment for honest, open and productive conversations around those issues. The EFC also calls churches to action and establishes channels for our collective prophetic and pastoral voice to be heard. The EFC presents a united face of evangelicalism in Canada. It affirms the reality that churches are ready and willing to care for the needy, be a voice for the marginalized and to bring blessing and hope to all Canadians. I am delighted to be a part of this amazing team!”
"As the President of World Vision Canada, I travel to broken communities around the world, and I do not underestimate the importance of the reconciling and community-building work of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. It is encouraging to see how the EFC is setting an example for evangelicals, as well as other major segments of the Christian community, to join together in ways that honour Christ while still maintaining our theological integrity. I truly thank God for the leadership the EFC is giving."
"I sense fresh breezes blowing in our land. The Lord is using The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada to help achieve something of the unity Christ prayed for in John 17. Through its vision of ministry empowerment, the EFC is becoming a context and means for enabling an increasing variety of Christ-centered churches, organizations and groups to come together to enhance their ministry to the Christian community and their witness to Canadian society."
"The challenge for churches and church leaders has never been greater. How do we fulfill our mandate to be salt and light in a society where the public expression of faith collides with the complexities of a changing socio-political environment? Our partnership with The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is an essential part of the solution. As an affiliate of the EFC we have access to personnel, critical information services, and support resources to assist us in understanding and developing a Christian response to the current trends and changes in our society. Our affiliation with the EFC also gives us the assurance that we are not alone. We are a part of a larger Christian community and, through the voice of the EFC, our Christian perspectives are being represented in public forums with integrity, consistancy and excellence."