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Keith Knight

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Executive Director of the Canadian Christian Business Federation.

Former director of communications with the CRCNA and The Presbyterian Church in Canada. Former editor of the Anglican Journal.

A 40-year history in communication and marketing.

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Small Groups - Where Discipleship Happens

To whom are you accountable for your spiritual and moral life...besides God? The once-a-year elder visit (if it still exists) provides a superficial check list at best. Small groups, done properly, provide a setting for both spiritual growth and moral accountability.

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    Even though we have an increasingly varied...

  • You raise a valid question, Harry, and I think it merits a much broader discussion.

    What is the impact of COVID on church attendance, church shopping and Sunday worship attendance?

    ...

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    After serving numerous terms as an...

  • Thanks, Eric.

    It is a given that racism -- bigotry -- is a sin and that every Bible-believing Christian should be opposed to it.

    The challenge for the local church -- and that's...

  • Thanks, Eric.

    It is a given that racism -- bigotry -- is a sin and that every Bible-believing Christian should be opposed to it.

    The challenge for the local church -- and that's...

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