Podcasts

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02 April, 2018
Podcast Don't turn from suffering Doug Koop is a spiritual health practitioner at a major trauma and tertiary care hospital in Winnipeg. He shares what we learn as we walk with people in distress. 12:01
09 April, 2018
Podcast Politics and faith: An interview with Preston Manning We interviewed Preston Manning, founder of two political parties, former Leader of the Opposition, and current leader of the Manning Centre. He spoke to us about politics and faith. 22:02
12 April, 2018
Podcast Sexual ethics with Aimee Patterson Aimee Patterson PhD is a Christian ethics consultant with The Salvation Army Ethics Centre in Winnipeg. She spoke to Faith Today about sexual ethics in the Church, what pastors need to watch for and the #metoo campaign. 22:47
13 April, 2018
Podcast The Humboldt Broncos hockey tragedy and how the Church can respond Dave Wells spoke with us about the Humboldt Hockey tragedy, the nature of chaplaincy work in times like this, and how faith and the Church can help in times of tragedy. 17:49
17 April, 2018
Podcast Youth inspire me - Interview with Renee Embree Renée Embree is director of youth and family ministries for the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada and director of the youth and young adult ministry program at Acadia Divinity College. 18:57
19 April, 2018
Podcast Help your kids embrace the faith Young writer Rebecca Gregoire Lindenbach discusses trading in picture-perfect faith for authentic experience with Jesus. 7:24
25 April, 2018
Podcast What churches are learning from refugees Thousands of Canadian churches responded to the plight of Syrian refugees by becoming private sponsors for the first time. Here are three stories. 10:45
07 May, 2018
Podcast When is a heresy a cult? Dispatches from the Global Village by Brian Stiller: Spiritual movements produce bizarre and often cult-like offshoots. Nowhere is this truer than in Brazil. 8:57
11 May, 2018
Podcast Voices from the National March For Life This year's March for Life in Ottawa was met with loud counter-protests, but thousands of marchers made their way through Ottawa's downtown core nonetheless. Here are several voices from that March, including Angelina Steenstra, National Coordinator of Silent No More. 12:11
01 May, 2018
Podcast Interacting with other world religions: Interview with Mathew P. John Mathew P. John is the creator of an online course called Mosaic. He explains why it's important to understand other religions when we share our faith. 14:19
07 May, 2018
Podcast Ministry in Canada’s poorest postal code Faith Today visits Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to understand what it is like to minister in this hard, hard place. 11:27
22 May, 2018
Podcast Did we find peace in Assisi Dispatches from Brian Stiller: "Peace is hard to come by. Ask John Kerry and his Russian equivalent Sergei Lavrov in their intermittent successes at finding a Syrian cease-fire." 12:02
12 June, 2018
Podcast The ugly truth about human trafficking in Canada Paul Boge is the author of the newly released book "The Truth About Human Trafficking in Canada." He takes readers behind the scenes of human trafficking in Canada, dispels myths and sheds light on the realities of the Canadian sex trade. 18:16
26 June, 2018
Podcast Short term missions are good for whose soul? The Canadian Missions Research Forum dug deep into how Canadian Christians do mission trips, and turned up some surprising finds, including who really benefits from short term trips. 7:59
29 June, 2018
Podcast Unpacking the TWU Supreme Court of Canada decision What is the significance of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision (June 15, 2018) on the proposed law school at Trinity Western University? 56:08
09 July, 2018
Podcast The importance of theological education in a rapidly changing world & culture Jeff Greenman is president and professor of theology and ethics at Regent College. He has led the college through the challenging times faced by every North American school of theological education. 25:42