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25 September, 2018 Palliative Care
Webinar Palliative Care. What exactly is it? Why does it matter to Canadian Christians? How can we improve how we offer multi-disciplinary care for a person with a progressive, life-limiting disease? Guests: Rauni Salminen, executive director, Philip Aziz Centre; Julia Lee, a lecturer in medicine at the University of Toronto and McMaster University. 45:35
14 November, 2019
Podcast Alpha Canada Interview with Shaila Visser An interview with Shaila Visser, National Director of Alpha Canada. Visser explores with us Alpha's latest offerings and what church people do right, and wrong, when they present Alpha. 21:37
07 November, 2019
Podcast World Vision Canada's new child sponsorship model and world issues with Michael Messenger An interview with Michael Messenger, president of World Vision Canada. Michael unpacks the new child sponsorship model and discusses the pressing issues facing the world today, and our reasons for hope. 27:20
30 October, 2019
Podcast Leith Anderson of the National Association of Evangelicals An interview with Leith Anderson, retiring president of the National Association of Evangelicals in the U.S., which has just named Walter Kim as its next president. Anderson shares his analysis and hopes for a movement challenged on many fronts, but standing strong. 24:26
18 October, 2019
Podcast Temptation on trial Would God ever set a perjury trap? Our writer Carolyn Arends analyzes the sentence, "Lead us not into temptation." 5:20
03 October, 2019
Podcast Children's ministry in Canada today Lawson Murray, president of Scripture Union, unveils a new report revealing trends and insights into children's ministry. 23:09
17 September, 2019
Podcast How to be an intercultural church How to be an intercultural church, with Dr. Timothy Tang and Dr. Robert Cousins of the Tyndale Intercultural Ministries Centre. 36:11
10 September, 2019
Podcast Small churches and church plants An interview with Dr. Marilyn Draper, assistant professor of pastoral theology at Tyndale University College & Seminary.  26:29
29 August, 2019
Podcast Survival habits of the soul This Faith Today article points to a way forward into spiritual flourishing in a world that pressures us to achieve. 11:32
21 August, 2019
Podcast The shame of sexual harassment in the church We are all awake to the reality and shame of sexual harassment in the Church. This Faith Today article digs deep and shows a way forward. 14:21
05 August, 2019
Podcast The rich history and profitability of church cookbooks Church cookbooks are memory and method, full of recipes and often church history. This Faith Today article by Alex Newman uncovers both. 9:32
17 July, 2019
Podcast Praying for Canada: Behind the scenes at the National House of Prayer Rob Parker is a co-founder of NHOP and unpacks the vision of prayer for Canadian politicians and issues of concern in this interview. 18:55
02 July, 2019
Podcast Trouble doesn't end witness—Venezuela today Venezuela, with the oil wealth of Saudi Arabia, today looks more like Syria, noted a journalist. This incredibly beautiful and rich-in-resource Latin American country is the paradigm of ideological delusion, bureaucratic dissonance, governmental piracy, police intimidation, and outright robbing of the public purse... 7:44
25 June, 2019
Podcast What can the Canadian Church do about the opioid crisis? Stewart Cameron, recovery advocate, shares his journey. 15:53
20 June, 2019
Podcast The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada turns 100 this year. An interview with David Wells David Wells is the general superintendent of PAOC. Turning 100 is a chance to look back and to look forward. David Wells does both in this interview, and he offers encouragement for any churches feeling beleaguered these days. 21:53
11 June, 2019
Podcast Dancing on a razor: how writing and community helped an author heal Kevin John White won the 2018 Best New Canadian Manuscript Contest, held by The Word Guild, a Christian community of writers, editors, speakers, publishers, booksellers, and librarians. His book was published in May 2019 by Castle Quay, a Canadian Christian publisher. Kevin’s book is a memoir that details his years on the street and on the road, and his battle with addiction and the mercy he experienced in recovery. 23:56