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CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2015 / Profile

Tenth Church: Open and Vulnerable

Fresh from co-planting a vibrant, Asian church in California, 29-year-old Ken Shigematsu returns to Canada to face the challenges of renewing a historical, anglo-saxon congregation into a church community that embraces the diversity of and increasingly cosmopolitan urban Vancouver.   More…

New Wineskins for New Wine

We keep hearing it over and over again: the church is “hemorrhaging” its youth. Senior Minister of First Baptist Church and Regent Professor Darrell Johnson brings a listening posture and an unshakeable confidence in Christ as he faces millennials' desire for authenticity and interaction.   More…

Volume 26, Number 3, Fall 2014

Life After the Christian Carnival

Tired of giving out "cross-flavoured cotton candy" as an itinerate Christian speaker for ten years, Regent alumnus Michael Yankoski set aside a year to practice his faith, not just talk about it. His experiences from that year—from contemplating apples to living in a cave—found their way into his latest book that came out this past September. Look for The Sacred Year online and at the Regent Bookstore!   More…

What if Google did Spiritual Formation?

After working at Google for a number of years, Neil Ahlsten cofounded Carpenters Code with six friends in Silicon Valley to build technologies that bring people closer to God. Read Neil's experience of launching this startup.   More…

Sabbath Breaking In

Paige and Paul Gutacker share how the gift of Sabbath has opened their lives up to new and restorative rhythms. Have a look at their journey.   More…

Volume 26, Number 2, Spring 2014

Starting from the Roots

Paul Williams and Ceri Rees are involved with the Marketplace Institute at Regent College. In this tag team interview, they talk about working from an identity in Christ that challenges the notion of loving your job, pursuing excellence whatever the cost, and putting faith in personality assessments.   More…

Finding Grace in Unlikely Places

In 2010, Meera Bai moved from Calgary to Vancouver to study at Regent College. Restless with ward nursing and looking to find God outside of academics, she called the nurse recruitment line for the Downtown Eastside and ended up working at Insite, the safe injection site in Vancouver. Read her story of finding God—and grace—in unlikely places.   More…

Joining God in the Renewal of All Things

An actor, a business owner, a construction manager, and a counsellor ask the big questions about faith, work, and calling. Listen to their stories in these videos produced by Artisan Church.   More…

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