As a regular reader and financial supporter of the Presbyterian Record, I am heartbroken that 140 years of Christian witness has come to this end. […]
A couple of years ago, an unexpected event gave me the opportunity to look at a specific area of my life: my sexuality and the […]
I was saddened by the news that the Presbyterian Record is ceasing publication in December after 140 years. I feel this is a huge loss […]
I am so sorry to hear that the Record is folding. For over 40 years I have read it from cover to cover and enjoyed […]
In November St. Giles celebrated a few anniversaries. It celebrated the 66th anniversary of the congregation, and some milestone anniversaries of some of its longtime […]
My “church” is not composed of a typical congregation. Rather, it is comprised of a multitude of faiths: agnostic, atheist, Buddhist, Christian, Jew, Muslim, Sikh, and more. It is in this multi-faith, pluralistic environment that I live out my calling as a Christian chaplain.
Will Willimon is one of the two most frequently read pastors in mainline Protestantism. He shares his thoughts on equipping future church leaders.
I am first-generation Canadian and first-generation Christian. Becoming a Canadian was easy. Becoming a Christian, well, that’s another story.
In this synod, 50 per cent of our congregations have 10 or fewer children and, as these congregations are discovering, doing Sunday school the way we’ve always done it is neither working nor viable.
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?
Ancient Israel’s beginnings were as a travelling people—travelling with God, to God, and sometimes (at least metaphorically speaking) away from God.
Bob Dylan is right: “The Times They Are A-Changin’”—but not all for the better. How depressing that the Presbyterian Record is disappearing after 140 years. […]
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.
I’m so sorry to hear the Record is shutting down (though, working for a different small publisher these days, I absolutely get the challenges print […]
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 […]
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Hillsburgh, Ontario had something special to celebrate in November 2015. The Special Friends of St. Andrew’s is a recreational program […]
At 11:00 on April 22, 2016, the 65th commemorative service for Battle of Kapyong was held at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. It was […]
Re September issue When the Record arrives, I often turn to For the Journey by David Webber, and am never disappointed. This time I found […]
Re Presbyterian Church Did Not Seek Refund Under Terms of Settlement Agreement, July/August While the United Church ac-knowledges a shortfall in their settle-ment, they go […]