CROSSINGS: A JOURNEY TO EASTER ARTS EXHIBITION COMES TO THE STREETS OF TORONTO MARCH 2 – APRIL 14, 2022 TORONTO, ON – November 24, 2021 — In a contemporary culture where self-interest and the excesses of consumerism reign supreme, the highly-anticipated Crossings: A Journey to Easter art exhibit will highlight another narrative – a narrative
One With Them
June 27th, 2021, A Day for Christian Captives WATERLOO – May 12, 2021 – “Captivity” might seem like a word that belongs in Old Testament history, but the reality for many Christians around the world is that following Jesus means the literal loss of physical freedom. Last year alone, 4,277 Christians were detained without trial,
Jesus Centered
Arrow President, Dr. Steve Brown, Invites Readers to Focus on Jesus in a Distracted World ELMIRA – April 6, 2021 – It’s so easy to get distracted, overwhelmed or consumed by the changes, complexity and competing voices swirling around us. In our one-click, next-day-delivery culture, we can lose focus not just on what matters most, but
Faith Today Magazine
Faith Today magazine now free in Canada WATERLOO – March 22 2021 – If recent years have taught us anything, it’s this: conversations about religion have become loaded. In a society where religion and faith have increasingly become polarizing topics, it’s clear that we need informed perspectives and thoughtful conversation. But, who will lead the
New Name, A Clearer Guide to Being a Welcoming Community
Mennonite Coalition for Refugee Support Renames as COMPASS Refugee Centre Highlights: Closed borders does not mean no refugees. Over 1,600 refugee claimants were already living in KW when the borders closed. They still need critical support as they navigate their refugee claim process under COVID-19 restrictions.  With a new look and a new name, Compass
Always Know...
“See Hear Love with Melinda Estabrooks” release featuring 50 contributors launches February 1, 2021 BURLINGTON, ON – February 1 – Over the last four years, Canadian faith-based television program See Hear Love has not just produced a new television show, but also developed a community of brave women and men who value honest conversations about justice,

Open Doors Releases 2021 World Watch List

Global Coronavirus Pandemic Exacerbates Systemic Discrimination Against Minority Christians   WATERLOO – January 13, 2021 – While Canadians start 2021 getting used to new pandemic restrictions, Christians from India to Yemen are being refused food, medical care and other necessary aid, experiencing increased surveillance, violence and discrimination, because of their faith. This year’s World Watch List (WWL),
Staying Consistent in a Year of Constant Change: Measuring the COVID-19 Effect on Canadian Christian Charities
WayBase releases Fall 2020 Survey Report on COVID-19 Impact WATERLOO – November 17th, 2020 – The COVID-19 pandemic has changed virtually every part of our lives. This is equally true for Christian churches and ministries all across Canada. These charities number over 32,000, can be found from coast-to-coast, generate $15 billion in revenue, have immeasurable
The Change Makers Podcast
The Change Makers Podcast with Ellen Graf-Martin Launches Season Two WATERLOO – September 16, 2020 – For ministry and non-profit organizations that usually thrive with a good five-year plan, 2020 has changed everything. As The Change Makers Podcast with Ellen Graf-Martin launches its second season on September 16, 2020, listeners can listen in on real-life conversations with
Home Made Lovely
‘Home Made Lovely’ Releases September 8, 2020 WATERLOO – August 24, 2020 – Home: it’s where you have spent much of your time in 2020. It’s where the heart is, where your family is, but it’s also a greater reflection of who you are and what you value. Shannon Acheson, Canadian interior designer, editor and