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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
16 July, 2018
Podcast How to take care of ourselves for spiritual and mental wellness Registered psychotherapist and marriage and family therapist Sharon Ramsay walks us through what self-care really means and how we can all do better asking for help -- and getting away from those electronic devices. 21:31
17 August, 2018
Podcast Trinity Western's controversial community covenant - An interview with TWU President Bob Kuhn Trinity Western University's decision to change the requirement for students to sign a community covenant was welcomed by some and met with dismay by others. 20:01
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
11 September, 2018
Podcast Renegotiating Faith: An interview with Rick Hiemstra about the youth and faith research Renegotiating Faith: The Delay in Young Adult Identity Formation and What It Means for the Church in Canada is a new body of research investigating the transition time when many Canadian youth leave the church. 25:57
18 September, 2018
Podcast Afraid to die: When the devout experience intense fear at the end of life Doug Koop is a spiritual health practitioner at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg. He talks about devout Christian people who experience an unexpected amount of fear or anxiety as they near death. 15:20
09 October, 2018
Podcast How to create a rule of life A rule of life is an ancient spiritual tradition that helps Christians map out a pathway to greater devotion. In this Faith Today article from Mar/Apr 2017, writer and pastor Darryl Dash leads us through the process of creating our own. 7:49
18 October, 2018
Podcast Prayer: A problem of persistence What does Jesus mean when he tells us to be persistent in prayer? In this podcast, writer Carolyn Arends shares her own struggles with this question, and how she is resolving it. 5:04
24 October, 2018
Podcast Author Max Lucado on writing, Donald Trump and how God's promises hold strong, even in tough times. Author and pastor Max Lucado speaks to us about his latest book, Unshakable Hope: Building our Lives on the Promises of God. 27:54
09 November, 2018
Podcast What does the gospel have to do with poverty? An interview with Barry Slauenwhite, president of Compassion Canada “We must continually ask ourselves as we invest time, money, resources and energy into helping those in poverty: Are we doing so strategically?” 28:02