Sharing stories of life, faith, and ministry in the United Church and beyond.
Reflecting on who we think Christ is as a way to help prepare for Christmas is an ancient tradition.
“Friendship with the minister is really awkward for a couple of reasons,” writes the Rev. Dan Benson.
Jim Hodgson reflects on the protests against government actions in Haiti.
We declare our desire to be in solidarity with people who are poor, to cry out, and to not be silent in the face of injustice.
A Canadian Foodgrains Bank delegate to Kenya is reminded of how we are all connected, as are the issues we care about—from climate change to the economy to right relations.
In this Christmas pageant, the sheep deliver the words we all need to hear.
Mitchell Anderson reflects on how, as people of faith, we can cast a ballot for a better world where Indigenous people can flourish.
One minister shares his story of depression in hopes of lifting the stigma of mental illness among ministers and encouraging churches to provide better mental health support.
The first Sunday after Christmas is a perfect opportunity to enjoy Christmas carols and stories.
Emma Taylor shares the success stories of two women farmers she met during a recent Canadian Foodgrains Bank learning tour to Ethiopia.
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