monition? They certainly do not mean
that ‘Once I believe in Jesus, I can do
whatever I like and no one can tell me
otherwise,’ congruent as that attitude is
with Canadian culture today.”
Re: Social Media for Social Good (Jul/Aug
Thank you for that recent article on social
media. Grappling with how best to use social media is a challenge for every church
and ministry, so I was encouraged to see
Faith Today cover the subject.
My own hero in social media is Ravi
Zacharias International Ministries (@
rzimcanada). I’m regularly stunned at the
quality of the content they’re producing.
Might be worth networking with them
Keep up the great work!
as well as Canadian shows such as 700
Club Canada, a newsmagazine show.
ZoomerMedia also operates Vision TV,
Canada’s original multifaith, multicul-tural specialty channel. hope TV (www.
hopetelevision.ca) is available on basic
cable in six million homes, on Shaw/
MTS (Winnipeg) 11, Bell 591 and Rogers
Sharon Dow of Guelph, Ont., and
Bonnie Brooks of Ardrossan, Alta., as
winners of the annual Word Alive press
publishing contest. Dow’s biblical novel
Huldah and Brooks’ memoir of a life
initially overshadowed by her mother’s
suicide, entitled Pierced in the Heart, will
be published in 2014.
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