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Why Canada Isn’t the Christian Wasteland Some Christians Imagine

By Justin Joplin | November 16, 2018

Some may conclude Canada is nearly devoid of Christians, but the diverse Christian expression helps create meaningful ecumenical dialogue and prevents any single denomination from claiming significant cultural influence.

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U:21 | How Christians Should Treat Dreamers

By Jana Atkinson | November 15, 2018

Evangelicals are found on either side of the debates about immigration reform. However, the Word of God should inform any views used in this debate. As we look to how to treat Dreamers, we must model the same love as Christ.

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Building Interfaith Relationships Furthers Religious Liberty for All

By Amanda Tyler | November 12, 2018

To protect religious liberty in these challenging times, loving our neighbor is not enough. We must also know our neighbors and be their friends as they face big and small threats to their freedom.

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First Arabic Contemporary Commentary Hits Bookshelves

By Come and See Staff | November 7, 2018

Forty-eight men and women, theologians and researchers from the Middle East, participated in producing the first Arabic Contemporary Commentary.

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5 Steps for Churches Planning Community Interfaith Dialogues

By Aurelia Davila Pratt | November 14, 2018

Interfaith events will not only help your church grow in community, it will also connect your church to the larger society in a meaningful way. Here are 5 tips to plan an interfaith event.

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As We Condemn Violence, May We Also Look in the Mirror

By Karyn Carlo | November 1, 2018

We all grieve the mass murder of 11 Jews at the Tree of Life synagogue, but are we, as Christians, willing to acknowledge our own history of complicity in the hatred of Jews, which has fueled this violence?

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U:21 | What David and Bathsheba Teach Us About Brett Kavanaugh

By Miriam McCormick | November 1, 2018

The biblical account of David and Bathsheba offers insights to the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh. No leader is blameless, yet hope remains that our leaders could still guide our nation.

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Emerging Voices | God’s Original Intent: Equal Partnership

By Carlo Serna | November 12, 2018

Many cite the first chapters of Genesis as God’s plan for male and female relationships, namely that women must submit to men, but it’s clear that God’s original intent for humanity was equal partnership.

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Gluing Yourself Back Together After Mental Health Struggles

By Shaun Lambert | October 29, 2018

A Baptist minister overcame his struggle with anxiousness by becoming more resilient through mindfulness, making him more mindful of his mental health and of God.

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How 1 Baptist Church Began Its Anti-Trafficking Ministry

By Natasha Schoultz | October 25, 2018

Human trafficking seems like a problem too big for one person to tackle. Here’s how one member of a Baptist church in Eastern Europe began and grew an anti-trafficking ministry.

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