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October 2023: Harvests

A harvest is both a celebration of our work and a promise for the coming season – that even through the dead of winter, there

Anglican Journey

Image: Kentaro Toma By: Mark Friesen I was raised in an evangelical Mennonite church in Winnipeg, and in my teen years made this faith my

Is the Earth Cursed?

By Deanna Zantingh The text of this article is drawn from a roundtable session of A Rocha Canada and St. Margaret’s Anglican Church’s Be Not

October Magazine 2023: Harvests

A harvest is both a celebration of our work and a promise for the coming season – that even through the dead of winter, there

The cover of May's Issue. The cover photo features a fantastical photo realistic image with the silhouette of a deer in front of a glowing sun-like ball. The deer appears to be in a dark forest and there are three other sun-like balls in the background apparently scattered throughout the woods.

May Magazine 2023: Commissioned

Commissioned What is it which we as Christians are called to? This month’s issue of RLN deals with questions of Christian commission. In our Community

Ours to Tell: A Celebration of Black History

Photo: Praewthida K, https://unsplash.com/@pkvoyage On Sunday, March 19, Black Anglicans of the Diocese of Rupert’s Land hosted “Ours to Tell: A Celebration of Black History”

Cover of RLN's April issue on the theme of "Regeneration." Two purple flower buds are shown from a low angle emerging from brown earth, with the sun rising in the background.

April Magazine 2023: Regeneration

Regeneration Regenerative forces can be felt throughout this month’s issue. In our Community Catechesis section Tapji Garba writes on resurrection and “the good life.” Then

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