Last month, while I was enjoying an afternoon nap, I awoke to the sound of a man talking to my mother. I was still bleary-eyed when the white, bearded police officer opened my door. Apparently there had been a break-in upstairs (we live in a basement apartment) and he had […]
Author: Nathan Henderson
An interview with apologist Andy Bannister The tired discourse is that millennial Christians are leaving the church in droves. And while that topic has mostly been beaten to death, the truth is that young Christians are doubting their faith, and often, are finding that their foundations are not as strong […]
Lightfall, a Toronto-based worship band, released its first EP on June 24, and has already made quite the impact. The album shot up to #1 on the iTunes Inspiration Charts, #36 on the Canadian Top Albums and #67 worldwide (according to UK charts). Made up of five guys who came […]
The federal government of Canada recently approved Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline. Its purpose: to transport oil and heavy oil thinner called condensate from Alberta to British Columbia and back, opening up trade with Asia’s emerging markets, creating hundreds of jobs, and generating millions of dollars. Sounds like a good idea […]
An interesting election result from Ontario, returning absolute power to Kathleen Wynne’s liberals, and leaving the NDP as the biggest loser after a flop of an election campaign. Now, it is up to Wynne to show us how she will play the hand that she has been dealt.
The World Cup. The ultimate exhibition of the beautiful game is here once more, this time coming to us from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It’s an exciting time, following our favourite teams as they compete for the greatest prize in football (or soccer, as we call it here in North […]