A photo essay that recalls the panic following the invasion of the south of Lebanon by Israel, which killed 1,200 civilians including Canadian citizens
BEIRUT, LEBANON – Every year, thousands of Canadian youth travel abroad, many of them immediately before or after college. What is it that drives us middle-class kids overseas?
WINNIPEG – Community gardens have contributed strongly to the community, and have also begun addressing some of the brokenness that too often comes with urban poverty.
For some of the modern church’s most prolific songwriters, it is on the emotional level that spiritual music affects us most deeply.
While many campus Christian groups preach salvation, many chaplaincies attract students also interested in working for social change — what used to be known in Canada as the social gospel
VICTORIA – A growing coalition against poverty in British Columbia suggests that it is churches who must take the lead in humanizing our economic system to care for everyone