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SEX TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN CANADA

Courtesy: EFC What should the Church do? Sex trafficking is forced prostitution and an extreme form of violence against women. Like other forms of human trafficking—such as forced labour—sex trafficking is illegal and a serious human rights violation. Although most people think sex trafficking only involves women from overseas, according to the RCMP most victims …

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A Response to the Increasing Secularization of Canadian Culture

Courtesy: Christian week Canadian Christians are facing discrimination. Canadian Christians are facing discrimination and even open hostility in an increasingly secular society. Recent incidents such as Toronto banning a popular Christian music festival, a pro-life club suing Ryerson University over discrimination, and the Ontario Superior Court ruling against Trinity Western University’s covenant, are just a …

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SIX THINGS I WISH I HAD LEARNED IN MEDICAL SCHOOL

Courtesy: Faith Today Blog – Dr.Laura Lewis Abortion and its effects. I wish I had learned… That science can only describe the magnificence of life, not explain it. Despite learning about oocytes, spermatozoa, cell division and embryology, I failed to appreciate the complex blueprint of life, established in the early moments of conception. That in …

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The Gift of Prophecy ‘Is Not Magic;’ Here’s How New Testament Prophecy Is Different

Courtesy: Christian Courier The Gift of Prophecy Is Not Magic Here’s How New Testament Prophecy Is Different Christians shouldn’t think of the gift of prophecy as being like “magic,” but something that can embolden the Church, says Matt Chandler, lead pastor of The Village Church. Chandler said in a YouTube video on Tuesday that the …

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The rise and fall (and rise?) of evangelicalism in Canada

Courtesy: EFC Need of Greater acceleration in reaching the unreached. Sunday morning at a typical Canadian evangelical church – about a hundred congregants, a building groaning with deferred maintenance, lots of grey hair, half the people not singing along with the familiar music. Has evangelicalism been fading in Canada Is it poised instead for new …

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