Visit our new webpage on responding to COVID-19 includes a helpful list of resource links that we will keep updated.
Bill C-7, proposed Feb. 24, would make assisted death available to people who are not at the end of life, and remove some other key safeguards to Canada's law on assisted dying. Learn more and contact your MP.
Articles and discussion questions that can help you and your church understand what is going on with pornography today, why it matters, and how we can respond as Christians and as parents. Newly revised in October 2019.
Download Renegotiating Faith, a major 2018 research report on the special faith challenges in the transition to young adulthood today. In 2019 a second report was released specific to the Christian postsecondary education sector.
Contribute to our nation's future using our new resources on: • Why get involved with social issues? And how? • Tips on contacting your MP • How a bill becomes law, and what you can do
A major new EFC survey suggests half of Canadians are either agnostic, atheist or unreligious. And only a tenth attend religious services weekly...
New from Canada’s Christian magazine. Mar. 17, "Advocating for our neighbours with disabilities," by Bruce Clemenger
Joint letter asking if announced federal wage subsidies will also be for registered charities. (Charities are indeed eligible for up to 75% of...
Algeria, one of the early Arab Spring countries, continues to send its police to rout Christians from services of worship, padlocking their church...
Humility isn’t just a character virtue. It’s something we do.
Christian advocates are saying yes. Read "Bucking the system" in the May/Jun 2019 Faith Today. By Amy MacLachlan. Reprinted with permission.
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The EFC objects to Quebec’s Bill 21, which prohibits government employees such as teachers from wearing religious symbols at work.
EFC President Offers Update on Prayer and Witness During Pandemic****Letter to Government on Wage Subsidies
This CW looks at the bill that would extend euthanasia to people who aren't dying. It also reports Evangelical beliefs on the issue. And more.
This ecumenical and interfaith message, “Hope, Gratitude and Solidarity,” has been signed by more than 30 EFC affiliate denominational...
Bill C-7 would allow assisted death for Canadians who are not dying as well as make other changes to Canada's law on euthanasia.
Latest audio (Mar. 31): “Canadian Churches and COVID-19.” Three churches share their responses
This bill, proposed March 9, 2020, creates new Criminal Code offences relating to conversion therapy.
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Churches can offer comfort and help when tragedy or disaster strikes a community. But how can we respond best? How can we prepare? Expert guests...
Learning from each other with audience ideas and tips on how you have been church and neighbour during this challenging time. Co-hosted by Faith Today editors Karen Stiller and Bill Fledderus.
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