Webinar (from June 27), blog and video from EFC President Bruce Clemenger, podcast interview with Earl Phillips of Trinity Western University, news releases, and more
Learn more about caring for serious illness – what palliative care is and why it matters so much.
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.
Conscience rights are in peril - Learn more and take action
The Flourishing Congregations Institute probes what is working in Canadian congregations, as reported in this article from Faith Today magazine.
Read new articles on Survival Habits of the Soul, fitness, self-care, inspiring columns from trusted evangelical thinkers, and more.
Listen to our latest audio recordings. Aug. 1, 2018: “Healing churches through listening, confession and reconciliation”
Ask your MPP/MLA for legal protection so medical professionals aren't forced to refer patients for euthanasia/abortion. UPDATE: Ont. case appealed
Read the weekly blog of Canada’s Christian magazine. Aug. 6: “I still remember hearing your mom sing (Stories of Palliative Care)”
Watch our April 26 webinar on human trafficking to learn more about this urgent issue.
Scripture tells us that the Church is to pray for our political leaders and authorities. How can we pray intelligently and faithfully for them?
Why not force doctors, schools and charities to operate under current social values? An essay by EFC President Bruce Clemenger, reprinted from...
What's a good definition for palliative care? How does it relate to euthanasia and medical assistance in dying? (July 2018)
Watch a recording of our June 27, 2018 discussion of the Supreme Court's disappointing decision on the proposed law school at Trinity Western...
Asking for “a real, substantive change to the attestation” required for the Canada Summer Jobs granting program next year. The current...
Now is the time to contact MPs about how this federal program needs to be changed for next year to make it fair and accessible for all religious...
Where can you get the latest news from the EFC? Check out our our weekly email, events calendar and latest bimonthly newsletter.
Vancouver pastor Ken Shigematsu reflects on 3 practices that can help Christians feel loved and whole. Republished with permission of Faith Today...
(2 min) Search our site for text of the full interview with with Dr. Dosani, founder of Palliative Education and Care for the Homeless (PEACH).
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