Podcasts

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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
16 April, 2019
Podcast Celebrate Recovery: A look at this well-known ministry This Faith Today article from Jul/Aug 2016 highlights and profiles the ministry of Celebrate Recovery. 10:42
29 March, 2019
Podcast Teach us to want Writer Jen Pollock Michel helps us examine our ways of wanting, and how God wants to give generously to us. Audio version of a Nov. 2016 article from Faith Today. 14:38
08 April, 2019
Podcast To be or not be an Evangelical In this Dispatch from March 2018, Brian Stiller of the World Evangelical Alliance explains, "A friend wrote, 'I no longer call myself an Evangelical.' Thoughtful, well informed but now I suspect feeling embarrassed, he has chosen to avoid a term used globally by hundreds of millions of Christians." 11:59
05 April, 2019
Podcast Dion Oxford: Learning from a leader in the fight against homelessness in Canada Dion Oxford has journeyed for years with people experiencing homelessness in Canada. He shares what that has meant for him and his faith and life in this interview. A new book, Beyond Shelters: Solutions to Homelessness in Canada From the Front Lines has just been released. 25:02
20 March, 2019
Podcast Leadership lessons from Tyndale's president Gary Nelson has been president of Tyndale University College & Seminary for 10 years, and just announced his upcoming retirement. He speaks to us about leadership, theological education and how we are Church today in Canada. 20:39
14 March, 2019
Podcast Who are the keystone people in your neighbourhood Writer and pastor Preston Pouteaux's Faith Today article walks us through our neighbourhoods and helps us to see the potential for community and impact everywhere. 13:30
04 March, 2019
Podcast What does it mean to be "spirit-filled?" An interview with Andrew Gabriel Andrew Gabriel is the author of a new book on the spirit-filled life and theology professor at Horizon. We dig into what a life in the spirit looks like, and how you can tell if you're living it. 23:50
26 February, 2019 Flowers for the Pastor's Wife
Podcast Flowers for the Pastor's Wife Flowers for the Pastor’s Wife is an online community created by and for pastors’ wives in rural and small-town North America. 20:39
11 February, 2019
Podcast How Christians use social media Dr. Nicholas Greco is Associate Professor of Communications & Media at Providence Theological Seminary in Otterburne, Manitoba. He is tweeting his way through the Catechism of the Catholic Church, among other very interesting projects. 22:59
06 February, 2019
Podcast The Evangelical Church in Vietnam: Beauty and resilience WEA Global Ambassador Brian Stiller visited Vietnam and reflects on the state of the Church in this beautiful country. 10:27
29 January, 2019
Podcast Rethinking downtown urban churches Rev. Graham Singh is reimagining what it means to be a downtown church in today's Canada. It has to do with space-sharing, innovation and, yes, good business. 34:35
15 January, 2019
Podcast How churches can walk with those suffering and hurting Churches are well-positioned to be spiritual first responders to community tragedies. Merle Doherty, manager of the Rapid Response Team of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada, shares how we can do that well, even as individual Christians and friends. 23:39
22 January, 2019
Podcast Is distracting technology damaging our capacity for concentration and contemplation? Modern devices and ancient disciplines: Are our devices shaping us in destructive ways? How is our spiritual life impacted by tech overload? This Faith Today article takes us inside these big, big questions. 7:51