Christian Courier’s independent Canadian journalism inspires action, builds community and influences culture for Christ.
What is “redemptive journalism”?
We believe that our world is broken and no longer flourishes in the way that our Creator first intended. But through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit, God has called us to partner in the work of restoration. All things are a part of God’s redemptive plan — education, health, politics, family, church, environment, arts, culture…the list goes on! We are called to use our skills as journalists, writers, designers and editors to shine light on dark places and usher in the hope that can only be found in Christ.
TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PARTNERS IN MINISTRY
“A Reformed and uniquely Canadian approach to engaging news and culture.”
Darren C. Roorda
Canadian Ministries Director, CRCNA
“At a time when Canadians are deluged with information, Christians need good, quality and trusted perspectives on the world to help them make sense of what is happening. Christian Courier is one of those sources.”
President, Canadian Christian Communicator’s Association
“Over the many years, I have always been impressed by the quality of journalism of Christian Courier along with the thought-provoking feature articles by various writers who encouraged readers to think more deeply about their faith and how to live it out in ways that transform society. While today’s context is a challenge for determining whether a particular media is telling truth or fake news, Christian Courier has consistently pursued truth.”
Canada Director of World Renew
“It is a tricky thing to help Christians navigate the fragmented contours of contemporary society with a consistently redemptive message of hope and healing, yet Christian Courier has been helping its readers do exactly that for decades.”
Ronald A. Kuipers
President, Institute for Christian Studies
“Canadian Presbyterians appreciate Christian Courier, with many being regular readers and others serving as writers as well. We are grateful that CC continues to provide excellent Christian journalism in the Reformed Tradition for Canadians.”
Presbyterian Church in Canada
“We are thankful for the ways the Christian Courier opens up discussions on issues of justice for our community and creates a space where Christians can engage in thoughtful discussion on how to make justice flow like a river in our communities.”
CRC Office of Social Justice
“Your excellent journalism has helped bind us together and has kept us well-informed on the issues of the day. We have also been able to follow significant events in the lives of our fellow members through your personal notices.”
Chair, CRC Extension Fund