I am first-generation Canadian and first-generation Christian. Becoming a Canadian was easy. Becoming a Christian, well, that’s another story.
Three refugee sponsorship groups in the Presbyterian Church have had to consider making an “agonizing” decision. Toward the end of August, some sponsorship groups received […]
Former moderator, Rev. Dr. Stephen Farris was bestowed with two more titles in October. The board of the Vancouver School of Theology agreed to honour […]
Reading is an act of vulnerability. We don’t know how stories might change us. We don’t know what might happen.
One of the first things people ask me about the closing of the Record is: “What’s the reaction out there?”
Ancient Israel’s beginnings were as a travelling people—travelling with God, to God, and sometimes (at least metaphorically speaking) away from God.
The theme for this year’s Renewal Fellowship annual general meeting was Practical Renewal. What do you do and how do you keep your faith active and alive?
In a post-Christendom North America, Christ followers encounter people of no expressed belief and all kinds of different beliefs every day. However, we also deal with a number of “cultural Christians.”
Bearing witness prioritizes the experience of the person or group over the questions the listener might have. To bear witness is to see, hear, know and remember what has happened.
The Other “The Other Six Days” The Other Six Days is a workplace-focused ministry developed by Sidney Hinton and based out of North Carolina. The […]
Do you believe Jesus will come again, anytime, maybe soon? Don’t say: “The Bible says he’s coming.” Do you really believe it, in your heart of hearts?
Capt. Frances Savill, padre of the Algonquin Regiment, officiated at the burial of Pte. Kenneth Duncanson on Sept. 14 at the Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, […]
You two would have loved reading some of the articles that I have written. One can see how much you two have inspired me .
On Oct. 4, the strongest hurricane in nearly a decade hit the island nation of Haiti, killing more than 900 people, destroying homes and crops, […]
I started duck hunting when I was about 14 years old. I hunted ducks and geese every spare moment I had, and some moments that I didn’t have, until to everyone’s surprise I finished high school and went to college.
Child welfare advocate Cindy Blackstock has been chosen to receive the 2017 E.H. Johnson Award in recognition of her work on behalf of First Nations […]
o celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017, the Committee on History is preparing a book on Presbyterians whose lives and work have been significant in […]
My recent visit to the 101st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Korea was quite an eye-opener.
It is time for me to bid this column, the Renewal Fellowship and my Encouragement Road Trips a wistful goodbye. At 67, I can no longer pretend to function at the energy level or capacity I once did.
Today, we pulled the plug on a beautiful life. With a few “ayes” the directors approved recommendations to cease publication of the Presbyterian Record after the December issue.