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Seven for Summer’s Ease 

Julie Lane Gay is a writer and editor who lives in Vancouver with her husband Greg and their four children. She attends St John’s, Vancouver. 

Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life

Tish Harrison Warren

InterVarsity Press, 2017

I often feel that our culture holds a gravitational pull to live as if God did not exist

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Paul, Apostle of Christ 

(Director: Andrew Hyatt, 2018)

Reviewed by Peter T. Chattaway

March 21, 2018

CONSIDERING HOW IMPORTANT he was to the spread and development of early Christianity, it’s remarkable that no one has ever made a feature film about Saint Paul before.

There have been a number of TV movies about him

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Film Reviews

By Peter Chattaway

A Wrinkle in Time

IN THE MONTHS leading up to the release of A Wrinkle in Time, the Disney studio made a token effort to reach out to Christian audiences and, on the surface at least, it made sense: the film is based on a classic children’s sci-fi novel by the late Madeleine L’Engle, who often spoke at length about the way her works were informed

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Easter Books for Children 

Compiled by Sue Careless

IF SO-CALLED ‘Christmas’ children’s books are full of Santas, elves, reindeer and Christmas trees with nary a mention of the Nativity, so ‘Easter’ books for children are full of springtime bunnies and chicks and eggs – a new birth of sorts. After a long winter, we certainly all crave some Spring. But Christians want to teach their children about a spiritual rebirth as well.

Finding what is age-appropriate is particularly a challenge

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Bill's Books: Bill Reimer gives us some of his top picks of 2017

(Photo: Sue Careless)

Bill Reimer is the manager, and has been for many years, of Regent College Bookstore, one of North America’s largest surviving theological bookstores. He attends

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