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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
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
04 July, 2019
Podcast A new president and a dramatic tuition cut Dr. Robert Graham is the new president of Redeemer University. He speaks to us about the sizeable tuition cut Redeemer has introduced and his vision for this Christian academic community. 20:32
28 May, 2019
Podcast Canadian Christians are called to be involved: An interview with Willard Metzger Willard Metzger is the new executive director of Citizens for Public Justice, a national organization that promotes public justice in Canada by shaping key policy debates through research and analysis, publishing and public dialogue. 16:06
23 May, 2019 Court Gavel and Stethescope
Podcast Conscience, Doctors and Religious Freedom in Ontario "If it's the doctors today, tomorrow it will be the churches." Larry Worthen of the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada responds to the recent Ontario court of appeal ruling on conscience and referrals. 18:17
21 May, 2019
Podcast Still time: The beautiful grace of aging, community and friends One of our most popular articles, this reflection authored by Maxine Hancock examines the process of aging in a spiritually healthy and exceedingly positive way, full of joy and companionship. 15:05
07 May, 2019
Podcast What are we called to do in these times? An Interview With Anna Robbins, new president of Acadia Divinity College Dr. Anna Robbins has been named the seventh president of Acadia Divinity College. Far from discouraged at the position of the Church in today's culture, Anna calls us to a new level of optimistic engagement. 19:23
01 May, 2019
Podcast The spirituality of writing, and how to get started Mark Buchanan is a beloved Canadian Christian author and professor at Ambrose University. He explores with us why and how Christians can write most effectively. If you're a writer, or even if you're not, you will enjoy this conversation. 27:30
23 April, 2019
Podcast Things are not what they once were In this Faith Today article, author and scholar Lee Beach explores the new position of the Church in Canadian culture, and how the Church can best respond. 11:23
24 April, 2019
Podcast Global Christian Forum In the early years of this century, four Christian groups (Evangelical, Pentecostal, Roman Catholic and WCC) agreed to share concerns within a dialogue framed by love and devotion to Jesus. This dialog group would not make pronouncements or take actions. Instead, meeting every few years, we would face matters in an open and honest way about our respective witness. 6:49