Join hosts Karen Stiller and Bill Fledderus for interviews with Canadian Christian culture shapers, leaders and ministry specialists.
Holly Fortier is a Cree/Dene leader and educator, and documentary film maker from Ft. McKay First Nation, Alberta. Through her business, Nisto Consulting, Holly has done Indigenous Awareness Training across Canada.
She says when she shares the history of indigenous people in Canada, her listeners finally get it.
See Holly's website here: www.nistoconsulting.com
The EFC Virtual Book Club discusses Beth Seversen's book Not Done Yet: Reaching and Keeping Unchurched Emerging Adults. This is Part 1 (Interview).
An interview with Brian Stiller, a global ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance and a well known spokesperson for evangelicalism in Canada. He discusses the evangelical church in Ethiopia and the United States, offers advice to younger Christian leaders and touches on several other topics.
When Lynda MacGibbon moved from Moncton to a high-rise in Toronto, she asked herself what would happen if she actually tried to love her neighbours, in person, in deed, and in a highrise.
Lynda shares what she learned from her experiment, which she calls both social and theological, and an experiment that became a way of life.
How the mighty fall is more than a cliché. It’s a hard truth the Christian community has had to grapple with a lot lately.
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.