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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
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
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
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
Podcast African children singing us into Pentecost A dispatch by Brian Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance 7:56
Podcast Six takeaways from the future of evangelicalism in America At an April 2018 meeting near Chicago, fifty Evangelical leaders of various ministries, ethnicities and churches explored the theme: The Future of Evangelicalism in America. 12:54
14 November, 2018
Podcast Finding light in darkness - The Myanmar tragedy A dispatch by Brian Stiller of the World Evangelical Alliance: "In this predominately Buddhist country, the Rohingyas have been a minority held in suspicion by the ruling powers for a very long time." 11:10
05 September, 2018
Podcast So much for secular Canada allowing diversity Trinity Western University planned to open a law school. In the end, this case ended up before the Supreme Court of Canada which ruled that provincial law societies could refuse to admit TWU law grads from practising law. Their ruling was based on their objection to the university’s community covenant. 9:58
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
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
21 February, 2018
Podcast Grace in Vietnam "In this country of mysterious contradictions, there is a groundswell of faith. It is not always pretty and petty conflicts abound. Yet they are offset by martyrdom and fearless faith." A dispatch by Brian Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance. 10:36
05 February, 2018
Podcast Unintended consequences: Dispatch from Brian Stiller "One thousand Chinese pastors and church leaders met for Mission China 2030, a headline which tells of their goal: to release 20,000 people into missionary work by the year 2030." 7:14
03 November, 2017
Podcast Argentina - An epic of faith. A dispatch by Brian Stiller. Argentina’s spiritual resurgence has often been obscured by its more colorful and tragic public stories of infighting, hidden deaths, corruption, and economic inversions. 8:47
03 June, 2017 A Land In Need Of A Rebirth
Podcast Turkey: A land in need of a rebirth. Dispatch by Brian Stiller "A century ago, estimates were that 25 percent of Turkey was Christian. Today it is less than 1 percent. John, in his letters of the Revelation, wrote to seven cities in this land. In the last hundred years, the ancient roots of Christian life have not only been cut off but they’ve been torn up..." 9:23
03 June, 2017
Podcast African church leaders taking hold. Dispatch from Brian Stiller, World Evangelical Alliance Africa, soon to be 1.2 billion, has varied cultures, peoples, religions and economic successes mixed with disasters...I visited with pastors and Evangelical leaders of 33 of its 62 nations in Harare Zimbabwe at the General assembly of the African Evangelical Alliance. Called together under the theme, “Living the Lordship of Christ,” stories were told of the multitude of challenges and opportunities facing the witness of Christ today.  9:05
30 January, 2017
Podcast An Answer to Why Christianity Has Grown in Africa A dispatch by Brian Stiller, Global Ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance 7:43