Join hosts Karen Stiller and Bill Fledderus for interviews with Canadian Christian culture shapers, leaders and ministry specialists.
Who is David Guretzki, the new president and CEO of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada? In this episode we chat about the EFC’s role in the Christian community across Canada and Guretzki's hopes for the future (and also about his astrophotography hobby and his cat Scrunchy).
How can the Church do better with mental health? That is a big and important question these days. Daniel Whitehead is our guest, CEO of Vancouver-based Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries.
Episode 200 is here!
After 199 episodes of interviewing other people, our podcast host Karen Stiller takes the mic and shares some of what she's learned through this podcast about listening, and from listening to others.
Victim-advocate Melodie Bissell, who is also president of Plan to Protect, joins Karen Stiller and co-host Ilana Reimer to answer some of the questions we are all struggling with on this tough topic. We also hear what keeps Melodie going in this difficult work. Where God is present, there is hope, beauty and the ever-present possibility of healing.
John Franklin leads Imago, an organization that supports Christians in the arts in Canada. He has great insight to share on why art matters so much, and how churches, and individuals can help nurture the artists.
Michael Messenger, president of World Vision Canada, joins us from the Romanian/Ukraine border where World Vision is helping to welcome and meet the needs of hundreds of thousands of refugees forced to flee their country.