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Tour our latest issue | Faith Today Blog – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); Our latest issue is now out! Here are some highlights. Feel free to share them (and please encourage others to support future articles by subscribing). • Renegotiating Faith in Young Adulthood: Canadian research looks at how to help youth keep the faith after high school. Includes some great insights and practical ideas on what everyday Christians can do to help high school graduates keep the faith. Senior writer Alex Newman talked to youth workers…

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Love Is Moving tackles The Dating Project – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); The latest issue of our sister magazine for young adults, called Love Is Moving, features an interview with Catherine Fowler of the documentary called The Dating Project. Here are some other highlights from their latest online edition. • Why doesn’t God stop my pain? The Bible speaks at length about suffering. It’s strange that we don’t• An invitation from Jesus. He will not force his love upon us• How do you see the homeless?•…

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Remembering Eugene Peterson, and also his wife Jan – Christian Article

//pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push(); by Karen Stiller Years ago, my husband Brent and I moved to Vancouver so he could do a Master of Divinity at Regent College. I think I can say, although others might disagree, that it was a heyday for Regent. No other Canadian school fully lived out the idea yet of graduate theological education for the lay person in quite the same way. The student body was exciting and diverse, from all over the…

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Top blog posts from 2018 – Christian Article

Thank you to all our faithful readers! We are always glad to hear from you about the things we publish here in our online space and also in print. One way we get to hear from readers is by counting the number of times people view different blog posts. It helps us to know what’s popular, although that’s not the only criteria we use when planning future articles and posts. Sometimes what’s popular is a pleasant surprise (two articles in…

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Singing at urbana 18 | Faith Today Blog

It’s day two of #Urbana18 and there have been many fine moments already, but singing in a huge space with approximately 9,999 other people? That has to be one of the best parts of this student missions conference. I remember that feeling from Urbana ’93, the first and last time I was at this tri-annual gathering that brings students and leaders together from across North America and around the world. Back then, the music was a revelation. I had never…

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Young writers @urbana18 | Faith Today Blog

There is nothing quite like a room full of young writers. That’s what I encountered yesterday at a seminar on The Beautiful Intersection of Faith and Writing at Urbana18. It was so much fun, for me, the fretting presenter at the front of the room. Fretting because what if the thingy I had to buy to connect my mac to the other thing that was just laying there on the podium didn’t actually work? But a guy in the second…

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