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The Banner’s “Reformed Matters” column recently offered differing views on how we as Canadians and Americans can best meet the biblical principle of providing health care for those in need (Health Care:
The Academy Awards are upon us once again, bringing glitz, glamour, and a good dose of Hollywood self-congratulation. It’s also an opportunity to see what we, as a culture, are either creating or consuming in this particular art form.
In this lively album dedicated to “the women of Africa” and “to their resilience and beauty,” West African pop star and UNICEF ambassador Angélique Kidjo sings with women’s choirs, chiefly from her native Benin.
- Timmermans Nominated to be CRC’s Executive Director
- British Columbia Youth Host Original Musical by Award-Winning Playwright
- Art Show Brings Healing at Ontario Church
- Neighborhood Pastoring in Alberta
- Multicultural Soccer Ministry Draws People In
- Truth Be Told: What Movies Tell Us about Ourselves
- Here I Am: The Story of Tim Hetherington, War Photographer
- Reader-Submitted Review: Heartfelt Hospitality: Radical and Rewarding
- Interview: Shelly LeMahieu Dunn, Director of the Festival of Faith and Writing
- Rethinking Mission Trips
- Healthy Health Care
- Punch Lines
- Health Care: A Moral Imperative
- The Complexities of Health Care