Live in colour . . . eat chocolate
‘There is a community of young people here’
Living in a state of intention to love and serve others
In the song “Working Holiday” from his 2009 album Safe or Free, Matt Epp sings about Newfoundland, California and Alberta all feeling like home. The singer-songwriter grew up in Crystal City, a rural village in Manitoba, and started his music career in Winnipeg.
The O-Town Ark: Intentional community for Ottawa students
Report shines light on Canadians’ Bible-reading habits
Dreaming of a better life
Mennonites raise awareness about welfare rates
Are we ‘the worst generation’?
This is 30
A constant, terrifying threat
Sport is not our saviour
If I could eliminate one thing from the lives of church-going teenagers today, it would be sports. This might come as a surprise to people, since I love sports and am incredibly competitive. There is almost nothing that can’t be turned into a competition when I’m in the room. Still, sports have become a problem—a big problem.
Learning to listen
At the end of March 2014, Canada’s final Truth and Reconciliation Commission event took place in Edmonton. While the commission is legislated reconciliation between Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian government, many go freely to participate and stand in solidarity with those who have suffered injustices.
The great music debate
Getting back on track
Recipes for life
Online daters, don’t be embarrassed!
‘A really cool thing’
How would I act differently if I carried a Bible in my hand everywhere I went?
Since A Year of Reading Biblically began, I’ve kept my Bible in my bag along with my notebooks, pens and whatever magazine or book I happen to currently be reading, so that I can do my daily Bible reading on the bus or during lunchtime at work if I don’t manage to do it first-thing in the morning.
Young Mennonites demonstrate ‘spirit of generosity’
A recipe for success
Daily guide for A Year of Reading Biblically: Part II
Young Voices co-editor Aaron Epp is reading through in Bible in 2014. This is his plan. Read more about this project at A Year of Reading Biblically and join him in the challenge!
Being a light wherever you are
Where are the young worshippers?
What are your church attendance patterns like? Special occasions only? Once every couple of months? Every other week? Every Sunday?
If your church attendance patterns have become less frequent over the last few years, you are not alone. Statistics show young people aren’t attending religious services as frequently as they did 20 years ago.