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EFCExpected Family Contribution
EFCExpect(ed) Further Clearance
EFCEvangelical Free Church
EFCEducation for the Children (various organizations)
EFCEarth Final Conflict (science fiction)
EFCEverton Football Club
EFCEuropean Federation of Corrosion
EFCEssendon Football Club (Melbourne, Australia)
EFCEpping Forest College (UK)
EFCExpenditure Finance Committee (India)
EFCEuropean Foundation Centre (Belgium)
EFCEssex Field Club (UK)
EFCÉcole Française de Comptabilité (French: French School of Accounting)
EFCEvangelical Fellowship of Canada
EFCEstablecimiento Financiero de Credito (Spanish: Credit Association)
EFCEducation Finance Council (Washington, DC)
EFCEastfield College
EFCEncrypted Fair Copy
EFCElectronic Filing Cabinet
EFCExtended Flow Control
EFCEnterprise Fabric Connectivity
EFCEconomic and Financial Committee (EU)
EFCElectronic Fee Collection
EFCEstimated Final Cost (production)
EFCÉvreux Football Club (French football club)
EFCEnergy Future Coalition
EFCEmerging from Conflict (Stanley Foundation; Muscatine, IA)
EFCEquivalent Full Charge
EFCÉcole Française de Descente de Canyon (French: French School of Descent Canyon)
EFCEnglish for Commerce
EFCEntreprise Familiale Centenaire (French: Centennial Family Business)
EFCÉvacuation de Fumées et de Chaleur (French: Evacuation of Smoke and Heat; ventilation)
EFCÉlectricité Froid Climatisation (French: Cold Air Power)
EFCEducation Facilities Clearinghouse (US Department of Education)
EFCEffective Family Contribution (scholarship/grant formula)
EFCElectronic Flow Control
EFCError, Fraud and Corruption
EFCÉnergie, Finance, Carbone (French: Energy, Finance, Carbon)
EFCElmwood Fitness Center (Louisiana)
EFCEnterprise Fabric Connectivity (software)
EFCElectronic Filing Center (tax returns)
EFCExpertise Finance Conseil (French: Expertise Finance Council)
EFCEnchanted Forest Chronicles (book series)
EFCExpeditionary Force Canteen (UK)
EFCEconomic Forecasting Center
EFCEleven Fingered Charlie (band)
EFCÉcole Française des Casinos (French: French School of Casinos)
EFCEnemy Flag Carrier (gaming)
EFCElectronic Fundraising Company PLC (Electrofunco)
EFCEngineering Flight Computer
EFCEngineered Fabrics Corporation
EFCExpected Further Clearance (time)
EFCExpertise Formation Conseil (French: Expertise Training Council)
EFCExternally Focused Church (Malaysia)
EFCEco-Friendly Cleaning
EFCEnabled, then Firing Continuously (STRPN transition)
EFCEntrepreneur Friendly Community (various locations)
EFCEffective Full Charge
EFCEarth Fault Current
EFCExtended Fast Connect
EFCElementary Function Computation
EFCEntrance Facility Charge
EFCElectro Federation of Canada, Inc
EFCElectric Feeder Center
EFCExtraneous Function Call (software fault)
EFCElectric Frequency Control
EFCEngineering Field Change
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The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, one of the leading critics of the 2018 attestation, expressed its approval of the changes.
Stackhouse, "The National Association of Evangelicals, the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, and the Limits of Evangelical Cooperation," Christian Scholar's Review 25 (December, 1995): 157-159.
"In fact, the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada's interpretation of the Bill suggests that it will also apply to private schools.
The Canadian Council of Churches and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada welcomed a Supreme Court decision Dec.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and the Canadian Council of Churches were granted intervener status this week in a Supreme Court of Canada case that will decide whether the creators of the mouse can obtain a patent to a higher life form.
Among interveners in the case are the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, the Canadian Catholic Schools Trustees' Association and the Catholic Civil Rights League.
Focus on the Family, REAL Women and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada all have issued news releases and papers on their perceived threat to the family from permitting same-sex marriage.
This, stated Don Hutchison, legal counsel of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC), does not reflect a Supreme Court view of "whether the Court of Appeal judgment is well founded." It leaves "the door open for the government of Ontario to firm up Ontario's family law standards before the courts become backlogged with the litigation this situation will engender."
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, an association of conservative Christians founded in 1964, provides an umbrella for many of the country's smaller denominations and conservative Christian groups.
Furthermore, Faith Todays article "Are You An Evangelical?" recalls the definition used in a landmark 2003 survey whose co-sponsors included the CCCB (Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops) and the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. That survey considered a person to be an Evangelical who: believes in God, including Christ's divinity, and in redemption through His life, death and resurrection; believes in the authority of Scripture; is a committed converted Christian; and attends church weekly.
As an elder in the Presbyterian Church and a member of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, I am not ashamed to be in agreement with our Roman Catholic brothers and sisters on a whole host of subjects from the Apostles' Creed to homosexuality, the sanctity of the family and the sanctity of human life.
Janet Epp Buckingham, director of law and public policy with the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada, says that parents' right to educate their children according to their religious beliefs is protected under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
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