We are created by God to seek Him and to know Him. God intends humanity to be free in this quest to know Him and worship Him in fullness and in truth. God gives us freedom to choose whom we will worship and serve.
All human life is precious. Life is a gift from God for us to respect and protect through all its stages, from conception to natural death (Psalm 139).
After his resurrection, Jesus gave his followers the Great Commission: to make disciples, and to baptize and teach them (Mat. 28:18-20). He established the church to be the primary community of witness to a watching world.
Our understanding of the world around us is shaped by our faith. We approach life and face difficult circumstances in light of the teaching of Scripture, with the help of the Holy Spirit.
God calls us to care for those who are vulnerable. To love our neighbour is the second greatest commandment, after loving God. Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan teaches that our neighbour is anyone who is in need.
Motion M-103 condemns Islamophobia and mandates a government study on religious discrimination and systemic racism.
Join us at an upcoming multifaith conference, "Building Our Whole Society," in Ottawa, May 8-9, 2017.
Read the weekly blog of Faith Today, Canada's Christian magazine. Latest post: "My airplane conversation on assisted suicide"
Before the end of March, Ontario residents are encouraged to call MPPs for strong conscience protection.
Requests for assisted death are becoming more common. Vulnerable people may feel like asking for death is the best option available.
We say we live in a free society, writes EFC President Bruce Clemenger. And yet some of our neighbours whose life’s calling is to heal and...
Please pray for the families of the victims, and for the people of London in the wake of the terror attack March 22. Our sister evangelical...
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The Supreme Court of Canada will hear final appeals of the Ontario and B.C. cases in November 2017...
Ask your MP to ensure a committee study of the social damage caused by pornography is truly comprehensive.
(51 min 11 sec) What is the price of the widespread use of pornography to our society – more accessible, graphic and more violent than it ever has...
The EFC condemns the act of terror against those attending prayers Jan. 29 at the Centre cultural islamique du Québec.
As the government studies the impact of violent Internet pornography on Canadians, Christians are also called to action on this issue.
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"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."