Here is what's coming soon in the June issue, which will start arriving in mailboxes after May 1.
When people ask Theo Robinson how he can be both an Anglican minister and trans, he always has the same answer: the church has been there for him.
Letter to a Fellow Prisoner:
Former hostage James Loney writes to a Canadian inmate in Florida about the unfortunate thing they have in common.
Once a logging and mining town, Gibsons, B.C., is now a green pioneer. Its secret? Giving nature a chance to do its thing.
Under One Roof:
This month's United Church feature explores the vital relationship between churches and non-profits — and how to get it right.
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