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Hot Apple Cider

We owe it to ourselves to learn more about the talent that resides among us.  In our Canadian Christian community we are blessed with some of the world’s best authors who are Christian. Too often great Canadian Christian literature is sidelined by big-name American titles sold in superstores, like the Left Behind series. Wendy Nelles, co-founder of The Word Guild – the Canadian association for writers who are Christian – says, "I would love for Canadian Christians to be much more aware of the writers who are Christian amongst them. [They] need to be supported and encouraged." 

Here’s an easy way to get to know some of our great Canadian writers: pick up a book that’s hard to put down. Read Hot Apple Cider, a new release edited by Nancy Lindquist and Wendy Nelles. An anthology of stories by 30 Canadian Christian authors, it will “stir your heart and warm your soul.” For some additional books by Canadian authors, please scroll down to the “Best Buys” section.

What else is new this week? Here are some highlights that touch on various topics:

NBC checked out the healing meetings in Lakeland, Florida, where hundreds are healed under Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley’s ministry. There has been “good fruit,” and it has been a blessing to many.

On the other side of the ocean, Ethiopian villagers are suffering hardship because the cost of their staple food teff has tripled. Why? Because our actions here in North America affect their lives, says a pastor who has just returned from a mission trip there. We really live in a small world.

And here’s an interesting story, also an international one. Messianic Times tells the story of Calev Myers, who made aliyah to Israel, lived as a struggling artist and then discovered his calling. He has become the foremost civil rights lawyer in Israel to tackle the civil rights issues facing the Judeo-Christian community there.

We invite you to enjoy these articles.

On an end-note, happy Father’s Day, dads! Wives, daughters and sons, in case you’re looking for something to share with your husband, dad or grand-dad this Father’s Day, how about a good helping of Hot Apple Cider?

Blessings,

Daina Doucet
Online Editor
Write us at: feedback@christianity.ca

 

Other New Articles This Week 

When the Boat Rocks
Only as we are spiritually anchored to Jesus Christ and the kingdom of God can we find true stability. Everything else can be shaken.

When Community Calls
Maintaining a relationship with the community opens doors to people’s heart when a crisis occurs and serious need arises. 

One Young Pilot’s Path into Service with MAF
From childhood, he dreamed of being a carrier missionary pilot. The adventure and reward of flying for missions more than made up for the years of training.

Saying Goodbye
Many times in our lives we have to say goodbye, whether it is to a departed loved one, a place we have lived, old friends or familiar routines. It’s never easy.

Florence Kehl’s Dream to Bless Others
Her dream was to be a missionary, but mission work can sometimes come in unexpected packages.

Quand Souffle la Tempête
Ce n’est que si nous sommes ancrés en Jésus-Christ et au royaume de Dieu que nous pouvons trouver la véritable stabilité.

Why Frank Stronach and His Money Got Left at the Altar
Mr. Stronach tackled more than what his life’s experience had taught him when he followed his generous spirit down the trail of what it means to build a church.

Quebec Commission Calls for “Open Secularism”
A Quebec commission studying the “reasonable accommodation” of religious and other minorities has recommended “open secularism” as a way to resolve tensions.

Tyndale Launches Capital Campaign, Anticipates Thousands of New Students
Tyndale is extending their campus and has launched a $58 million capital campaign – $37 million of which is already raised.

Christian Retail Chain Closes Shop on a High Note
Faced with skyrocketing lease rates and a dramatically changing marketplace, a small Christian retail chain in Calgary has decided to close its doors.

 

 

 
 
 
 

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