Exploring the relevance of faith in the context of our culture and city.
About once every two months,
I get an email that says
my hour has come.
My mother’s cancer journey influences my work in palliative care.
Give new life to the decaying; New hope to the fraying.
Mark Durksen uses spoken word to explore the burdens as blessings of expanding to two Sunday services.
Keeping time is a way of keeping faith. What does this look like when it comes to the season of Advent?
We complain endlessly about the traffic in my midtown Toronto neighbourhood. It’s been years of the Crosstown LRT project—and years until the new subway is completed.
In April 1873, the members of St. Andrew’s Church gathered for a congregational meeting to discuss the future.
Love flows firstly—and most truly—from a place of need. It’s our brokenness that makes neighbours out of us.
The CEO and the homeless man alike may share one with a whole middle-class family in between. Like the Lord, pews do not play favourites.