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Christian Comedian, Michael Jr., Brings Laughter into Canadian Living Rooms. Literally

Get Ready to Laugh Your Mask Off Canada, with a brand new, virtual comedy tour coming straight to your home   As the saying goes, ‘laughter is the best medicine’ and Michael Jr., North America’s #1 Christian Comedian, couldn’t agree more. During a time when everyone could use a good laugh, Michael Jr. is bringing […]

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Rosebud Theatre: Bluebirds

Rosebud Theatre returns with Vern Thiessen’s Bluebirds, presented by another HAM production. Rosebud School of the Arts acting student Amy Pohl is producing and starring in Bluebirds by Vern Thiessen, November 14 and 15 at the BMO Studio Stage in Rosebud, Ab. Performance times are 1pm and 6pm on Saturday and 1pm on Sunday. Tickets are $15 with a student rate of $10 and […]

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New Digital Weekend Curriculum ‘Brite’ from Awana Prepares the Church for 2050

New Digital Weekend Curriculum ‘Brite’ from Awana Prepares the Church for 2050 Awana, historically been known for its midweek curriculum discipleship programs for children and youth, has released a new digital weekend curriculum “Brite,” now available via subscription. The flexible, engaging Bible lessons for elementary and student age groups fit Sunday school, large or small […]

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Francis Chan, Dr. K.P. Yohannan, Hank Hanegraaff confront the western church in New Video

Three of America’s high-profile, influential church leaders are urging Christians to shun divisiveness and work towards greater unity and humility in the church. The trio – author and pastor Francis Chan, Gospel for Asia founder Dr. K.P. Yohannan, and radio show host Hank Hanegraaff, known as the “Bible Answer Man” – are featured in a […]

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Do you remember

By Sharon Simpson “Do you remember?” is one of questions that anyone living with dementia will struggle to answer. It just slips off the tongue and the next thing you know, you’ve put them in the very difficult place of trying to do something (remember) that is not possible. It took me a while to […]

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Early Christian persecutions

By Mark Grilus The Roman Empire and religious tolerance As the New Christian religion continued to grow, the empire began to take notice.   Roman public religion was a series of cult acts performed by professionals, the priests, designed to win a right relationship between the gods and man. Roman citizens were expected to revere and […]

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The importance of generous giving

By John Hall Psalm 24:1 “The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it….” The landscape for ministry during COVID-19 Shortly after the COVID-19 lockdown in March, an organization called Waybase, in conjunction with several other researchers, conducted a survey of Christian ministries and churches in Canada. The purpose of the research was to get an early […]

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Making Hope Visible

Submitted by Open Doors Canada   The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many Canadians to experience the isolation of not being able to meet together in person as a church family. For many of us, this isolation was a new experience. But for the persecuted church, isolation is a permanent way of life. Fatima* is a […]

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Acquitted for Speaking Up

By Jack Taylor Retired Edmonton firefighter, Dale Malayko, was acquitted October 20 by the Provincial Court of Alberta in response to the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms’ defense that he acted within his constitutional rights. The street preacher was accused of ‘permitting a noise that disturbs the peace of another’ while he stood on a […]

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Naïve children, frightened seniors?

By Frank King In my younger years, I was sure that two kinds of people made up a vast majority of North American Christianity: children too young to know any better and seniors too old and frightened to think clearly. Yes, I knew it all – and without the time-consuming bother of checking out the […]