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May/June 2005 Issue

 

Creating a Buzz for God:
Canadians Seize the Day for Cooperative Outreach

Canadian Christians are joining forces in May and June to celebrate God and share in His work. Imagine a three-week period in which hundreds of churches from coast to coast hold simultaneous outreach programs in their own communities, from barbeques to car washes to prayer vigils. Click the image at left to read this cover article by freelance writer Ron Csillag.

Features

Twenty Ways to Reach Out
By David Arrol Macfarlane - Useful ideas for evangelism for now and the future

Avoiding the ZigZags of Searching for a Pastor
By Karen Stiller

Reaching Out at Home and Abroad
By Flyn Ritchie - A B.C. congregation is using "Kingdom Assignments" to work out some of the principles from the Lausanne 2004 Forum for World Evangelization

God Turned Street Kid Into Ministry Leader
By Doris Fleck - A profile of Pat Nixon, executive director of Calgary's Mustard Seed Street Mission.

Avoiding Extremes: How Dead Pagans Helped Me Understand Christian Virtue
By David Donaldson

In Each Issue

From the Editor:
Working Together  By Gail Reid

The Gathering Place:
Reflecting What We're For as Evangelicals   By Bruce J. Clemenger

Religion Watch:
Atheist Changes His Mind  By Jim Beverley

Ask A Theologian:
What's Wrong With Meditation? Tim Perry

We Believe In...
The Trinity   By Victor Shepherd - Second in a series of seven columns examining the EFC's statement of faith

 

Other Articles
May/June 2005 Issue

Cover Story
Creating Buzz for God

Featured Articles
Avoiding the ZigZags of Searching for a Pastor

God Turned Street Kid Into Ministry Leader

Reaching Out at Home and Abroad

Avoiding Extremes

From the Editor:
Working Together

The Gathering Place:
Reflecting What We're For as Evangelicals

   
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