Log in
Protecting Freedom PDF Print E-mail

The make up of a society is a group of people with common territory, interaction, culture and infrastructure. Culture is the complexity of religion, knowledge, beliefs, arts, laws, morals and customs.

One of the key platforms that affect and mold culture in any given society is media. In modern society television, newspapers, radio, magazines, movies, advertising and social media have become the major sources of information and education.

They also are powerful forces of cultural transmission and socialization. Some may debate that mass media plays a central role in social construction. Regardless, media is a powerful instrument to inject vision, direction, ideology and even propaganda into a nation. It would be safe to conclude that whoever controls “mass media” controls cultural mindset and beliefs. Imagine a nation where media is controlled by its governing body. That government has seized absolute authority over all broadcasting, both television and radio. It then proceeds to dictate the participants and the content by non-elected agencies. Acting like a police state these media agencies control the information stream of its society, permitting cooperative agenda and opposing opinion, belief and thought that contradicts their vision for socialization. This type of governance is strategic, deceptive and suppressive. Its purpose is to institute a limited philosophy and ideology for the ultimate goal of control.

When reviewing these types of practices within a particular nation most would see this as a closed intolerant society with government that is communistic, totalitarian and dictatorial. World perception is that media control and suppression is limited to nations such as Iran, Syria, Cuba, Communist China and North Korea. Although this is true, sadly this type of media practice is beginning to transpire in nations that have a notion of being tolerant, open and democratic. The nation of Canada fits into this framework. Although Canada is a Parliamentary Democracy the laws and policies that govern its media are becoming far less democratic. Canada’s media freedom has been eroding for the past eighty years, completely contradicting and opposing the nation’s governing document known as the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

In 1932 The Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (CRBC) was formed under the leadership of Prime Minister Bennett. The commission’s mandate was to regulate and control all broadcasting within Canada. The CRBC directive also included the ability to lease, acquire and construct
5 stations in order to disseminate the commissions programing. This legislation gave the government absolute power over all broadcasting within the nation. In 1968 the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) was formed, it’s purpose, to regulated and provide licensing for broadcasting within Canada. The CRTC regulates all Canadian broadcasting and telecommunications activities and enforces laws and regulations it creates in order fulfill the agencies mandate. With unfettered control, the CRTC in 1990 formed The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, a censorship board to police all Canadian broadcasting. The Canadian government has systematically seized control of all broadcasting within the nation. Government now has the authority to dictate social and cultural transmission. For example, since 1936 there has been reluctance and an increasing hostility towards Christian programming within Canada. The reality is the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Biblical teachings that positively affect culture don’t fit the CRTC’s agenda. Licenses have been withheld and those granted have been limited.

Censorship has also transpired within Christian programming, both on television and radio as Ministers attempt to communicate Biblical teachings to the nation. Leaders within Canada have been systematically attempting to erase the Judeo-Christian values that have been the core of Canada culture for decades. By controlling media platforms and content they are forcing their agenda to transform the nations social structure. The restriction of Biblical truths will unequivocally be the detriment to the morality of any society and Canada is not exempted.

Facing the same obstacles within the United States a group of Christian programmers decided to form an organization that would uphold freedom of religion and speech afforded to them within the U.S Constitution. In 1944 The National Religious Broadcasters Association (NRB) was founded, it’s mission: “to advance Biblical truth; to promote media excellence; and to defend free speech.” The NRB is committed to preserving religious freedom by keeping the doors of electronic media open for the spreading of the Gospel. Since its inception the NRB now has a membership of 1700 organizations and has successfully maintain and expanded Christian broadcasting within the United States. Sir John Dalberg-Acton the historian and moralist stated, “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” When democratic governments cease control of property, education/information and the will of the people it has transgressed liberty and violated democracy. There must be organizations within the Canadian democratic society that hold the government accountable to the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, without them civil liberties will disappear. Silence can never be an option especially when national leaders over reach beyond constitutional boundaries and overstep the rights of the people.

In October 2011 a group of Christian Broadcasters, Programmers, Church and Para-Church organizations, with the support of the NRB, came together to form the Canadian Religious Broadcasters Association (CRBA). The organizations goal: proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, transform culture through sound Biblical teachings and preserve religious freedom by keeping the doors of electronic media open for the presentation of the Gospel. Eighty years overdue, the CRBA along with present and future members will work together to preserve the rights afforded to individuals and organizations in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Canadian Religious Broadcasting Association is committed to supporting its membership, working with government and its agencies, protecting the proclamation of the Gospel and upholding liberty for all Canadian citizens.


Israel is Still Gods Clock - So What Time Is It?

It's Time to wake-up!

"And they will fall by the edge of the sword, and be led away captive into all nations. And Jerusalem will be trampled by Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.”

Luke 21:24

Prophecy, as we are accustomed to encountering it within Scripture, often seems somewhat mysterious and undefined. We may wonder what good reason there is for this, Read More

And in other news



The Lord is faithful to His promises and loving toward all He has made. Psalm 145:13



Group 1 Tab

Mothers, Abortion, and North America’s Future


As we approach Mother’s Day in the U.S. and Canada this year, I find myself thinking of my mother’s unselfish concern for my sister and me. It causes me to recall my family’s first winter in Alaska when I was a very small child.

We found ourselves stranded by bad weather in our cabin for several months, as our food supply dwindled dangerously low. Wild game was also scarce because of the weather. The situation became so serious that our provisions were nearly gone except for some smoked fish, raisins, popcorn, and a little flour. My mother ground the popcorn, mixing it with flour and water to make pancakes. readmore

Group 2 Tab

Charity Law Seminar



The Annual Church & Charity Law Seminar ("Seminar") is in its eighteenth year and is hosted by Carters Professional Corporation ("Carters"), a law firm with experience in advising churches, charities, and not-for-profit organizations both nationally and internationally. This year’s Seminar will be held on Thursday, November 10, 2011. The Seminar normally sells out by the end of October, with an excess of 800 people in attendance. Readmore

Group 3 Tab

What about the Children?

imageWhen does life begin? 

Contrary to popular thought, there are a growing number of people, who believe the scientific and biblical evidence that life begins at conception. The Bible clearly shows that life begins at conception.  In Jeremiah 1:5, God speaks to Jeremiah saying, “I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb. Before you were born, I set you apart and appointed you as my spokesman to the world.”   In Psalms 139:13-16 David records his conversation with God. “You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb. Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex!  Your workmanship is marvellous- how well I know it. You watched me as I was being formed in utter seclusion... You saw me before I was born. Everyday of my life was recorded in your book.” Readmore

Group 4 Tab

The Blessing Without Measure


Baby, who made your tiny hands? Who made your little feet? Who made your tiny head so soft and sweet? Baby, who made your little mouth? Who made your tiny eyes? Who made your little nose? You are complete! When does life begin at birth or at the time of conception?

If you are a born-again  child of God, you are BLESSED!

At Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Canada, we are on a divine mission to let God’s people know that THE BLESSING – that God gave Adam in the Garden of Eden – that empowered them to be fruitful and have dominion over the earth – that He gave to Abraham that made him heir of the world and a blessing to all the families of the earth.... Readmore

Group 5 Tab


images/stories/zamba.jpgA young lad by the name of Michael Duku was a student of unusual brilliance even in his earliest school days. He lived and went to school in war-torn Southern Sudan.

When the extremist Islamists from the north of Sudan invaded their own predominantly Christian south, they were on the look-out for youngsters whom they could set aside as promising young scholars and train them in special schools for the particularly gifted. Michael was one of those chosen, together with another young lad of his tribe.

As they were transported over two hundred miles, they were told they would be enrolled in a school for specialized training for future service to their country. Readmore

Privacy Statement

This is the official website of the Evangelical Christian Magazine . We believe that it is important to provide you information on how we use your personal information. Read More


The purpose of this website is to be a source of information covering current events, health, legal issues, social issues, education, science, entertainment and much more. Read More

Terms of Use

When you provide us with your name and/or any other contact information we record it in a database that is owned and managed exclusively by the EC Magazine. Read More

RocketTheme Joomla Templates