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CURRENT ISSUE: Volume 30, Number 2, Winter 2018 / Profile

Good Medicine

"An Elder once told me that we grieve in two ways. We cry and we laugh.” Cheryl Bear, from Nadleh Whut’en First Nation, shows us through story the character and purpose of humour in her culture.   More…

The Thoroughbred and The Donkey

With foot shoved deeply in mouth in front of one of Regent’s most beloved and esteemed personages, Ali Cumming valiantly refuses to take it out.   More…

Bare Witness

A young Ed Smith feels burdened to evangelize an especially coarse member of his roofing crew. As the Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey duet, "When You Believe," comes on the radio, it presents the perfect opportunity.   More…

Volume 30, Number 1, Spring 2018

Building a Common Vocabulary

Stanley Hauerwas has lived in community, taught in community, and worshipped in community. He concludes, “Community depends on the people having something to do together, to have a clear good that you are about is absolutely crucial.”   More…

From Church Parking Lot to Groundbreaking Housing Community

East Vancouver's new Co:Here Housing Community isn’t content just to provide affordable housing. It seeks to bring people from across socio-economic barriers into life together—and into mutual transformation.   More…

Learning to See Ourselves

What role do minority churches play within the wider church, and is multiculturalism their friend or foe? Richard Wu interviews two pastors and a cultural geographer to find out.   More…

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