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Learn something useful with host Faith Today senior editor Karen Stiller.

26 September, 2019
Webinar How to be a more politically engaged, active citizen Watch a recording from Sept. 26 of our webinar with Karri Munn-Venn of Citizens for Public Justice, Glendyne Gerrard of DefendDignity.ca, and Julia Beazley, director of public policy for the EFC, with host Karen Stiller. 49:48
15 January, 2020
Podcast How churches can help refugees Brian Dyck of Mennonite Central Committee Canada shares insights, practical tips, and even some theology that will help Canadian churches serve refugees better. 18:56
28 November, 2019
Podcast Why people stop believing and what we can do about it This Faith Today article by author and professor Paul Chamberlain digs into the common reasons people leave the faith, and what we can do about it. 12:59
14 November, 2019
Podcast Alpha Canada Interview with Shaila Visser An interview with Shaila Visser, National Director of Alpha Canada. Visser explores with us Alpha's latest offerings and what church people do right, and wrong, when they present Alpha. 21:37
30 October, 2019
Podcast Leith Anderson of the National Association of Evangelicals An interview with Leith Anderson, retiring president of the National Association of Evangelicals in the U.S., which has just named Walter Kim as its next president. Anderson shares his analysis and hopes for a movement challenged on many fronts, but standing strong. 24:26
07 November, 2019
Podcast World Vision Canada's new child sponsorship model and world issues with Michael Messenger An interview with Michael Messenger, president of World Vision Canada. Michael unpacks the new child sponsorship model and discusses the pressing issues facing the world today, and our reasons for hope. 27:20
18 October, 2019
Podcast Temptation on trial Would God ever set a perjury trap? Our writer Carolyn Arends analyzes the sentence, "Lead us not into temptation." 5:20
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
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
10 June, 2017
Podcast Clean water in Cambodia Faith Today editor Karen Stiller visited Cambodia on a Samaritan’s Purse Water for Kids trip, and reached some conclusions about short term mission trips. 14:34
10 June, 2017
Podcast Hearing the truth, working for reconciliation Evangelical leaders reflect on the TRC report. 9:26
17 July, 2017
Podcast Ann Voskamp - The Broken Way Interview Ann Voskamp talks to Faith Today editor Karen Stiller in a hotel lobby in Toronto to discuss her latest book, how we can all be more honest about our brokenness and why that’s so important. 37:37
26 September, 2017
Podcast What’s happening with the top issues of 2017 for Canadian Christians A “round up” conversation on some of the issues the EFC is working on in Fall 2017. 41:37
02 October, 2017
Podcast Tough call in a tough world Baroness Caroline Cox is an international humanitarian who works in some of the world’s most difficult places. She spoke to us about her motivation, fears and challenge to us as Christians who care about the world. 17:19
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
04 December, 2017
Podcast Andrew Klavan interviewed By James Beverley Andrew Klavan is an award-winning writer, screenwriter and media commentator who has made the improbable conversion from agnostic Jewish intellectual in New York to baptized Christian in California. 26:35