WINNIPEG, Man. (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) – What was the state of Christian journalism at the turn of the millennium? What is it like today? What will happen to it in the future? Those are questions that will be explored the Legacies and Learnings: A ChristianWeek Symposium, May 2-3 at Canadian MennoniteRead more
Election time must be soon - CBC is wanting to tell us how horrible Christians are. Remember their attack on Stockwell Day in 2000? The academics, the legal profession and the media (ALM) - can't believe Christians are still in Canada in 2019. Or, at least Christians who still believeRead more
In challenging economic times, many governments are either eliminating or considering the removal of the tax credit for charitable donations. Several countries such as Austria, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland have removed the tax benefit. In Canada, removing the tax credit would translate to more than $6 billion being availableRead more
Dan Celia Asks: Is There a Connection Between Global Slowdown, Growing Pessimism and a Globalist Agenda?
PHILADELPHIA—Nationally syndicated host and biblical stewardship authority Dan Celia today is looking at global economic unrest and making connections to other developments. “As tensions build around the globe, particularly in areas of the Middle East as we hear about Russian threats to Israel, the Middle East is supposedly coming togetherRead more
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Open Doors USA’s 2019 World Watch List has made international headlines for the annual ranking of 50 countries around the world with the most extreme levels of Christian persecution. But some of these countries, unfortunately and disturbingly, have ties to another atrocity—female genital mutilation (FGM). The national EndFGMToday campaign points toRead more
Throwback - This story garnered a lot of attention when it was published originally on January 25, 2016. Does it still hold true for today? Every generation experiences change. But sometimes you sense you’re in the midst of truly radical change, the kind that happens only every few centuries. Increasingly, I thinkRead more