Faith Today: Living Well After the Pandemic

Faith Today is Canada’s Christian magazine, the leading national hub of information and connection for Canada’s estimated four million evangelical Christians.

It connects, informs and profiles Evangelicals across all national Protestant traditions, equipping readers with expert research and insight into Canadian culture, Christian life and ministry.

– from the Faith Today website

Faith Today is hosting a free webinar on Living Well After the Pandemic on Tuesday, June 8, 1 p.m. ET / 10:00 a.m. PT. I’d love to have you join us, so please see the details and registration below.

Join our conversation with Carolyn Arends, April Yamasaki, Ken Shigematsu and Danielle Strickland. We’ll discuss what we’ve learned from this challenging, weird, difficult pandemic experience as Canadian Christians individually and as the Church. Our panel will share insights and experiences in spiritual health and wellness and how we can live even slightly tweaked lives based on our Covid-19 experiences. Bring your questions and observations to share about what we can bring forward in our personal and communal lives as good, healthy practices.
Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET / 10:00AM – 11:00AM PT

Register for Living Well After the Pandemic


For more encouragement and resources on doing ministry better:

Author: April Yamasaki

Embracing the writing life in all its delight and challenge: I currently serve as resident author with a liturgical worship community, write online and in print publications, and often speak in churches and other settings. Publications: On the Way with Jesus, Four Gifts, Sacred Pauses, and other books on Christian living. Websites: and

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