We have lost confidence in our stories. We have lost confidence that Christ is amongst us. Theology is not our God. Tradition is not our God. The Bible is not our God. They are mere tools that help us know God.
I find myself preparing both for a death, in a way, of something that I have nursed with my mind and my energy and with the companionship of my amazing colleagues, and for the birth of a new life that is growing inside me.
This magazine changed my life. Well, maybe not changed it so much as wrote the last 13 years of it.
I am often struck by how well the Record stands out against magazines with budgets and staff that far exceed ours. It’s not that I’m thinking highly of myself. Rather, it’s the amazing team I’ve been blessed to work with at the Record over the years.
And wherever he went—into villages, towns or countryside—they placed the sick in the marketplaces. They begged him to let them touch even the edge of […]
Amid the clatter of a busy downtown city sits a haven of peace and sanctity — St. Paul’s, an English Gothic stone structure designed by […]
Our beautiful church, Sedgwick Memorial, is nestled between the French and Waugh Rivers of Tatamagouche, N.S. But how do we define such beauty? If beauty […]
I believe St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Simcoe, Ont., is the most beautiful church you would ever want to attend. Its exterior is a picturesque, […]
photos courtesy of B. E. Franklin There’s a lot happening in our small country church, too much to mention, but the long and the short […]
The terms of this contest ask churches to define the word “Beautiful” in any way they decide. The folks at St. Paul’s, Bramalea, Ont., have […]
“And it’s here we stand with memories made, Feelings of warmth I never want to fade. The laughs we shared, The pranks we played. With […]
To mark its 50th anniversary, St. Andrew’s Hall, Vancouver, asked local potter Bob Kingsmill to create four new panels based on four Hebrew prophets: Isaiah, […]
Evangel Hall’s new medical and dental clinic is “divine intervention,” according to Greg, one of the first people to use the new free service. The new and unique mission was officially launched in late April though doors had been open for a few months.
Artist: Donald Jackson
“Diaconal Ministers are called to be servants of Jesus Christ.”