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EFC Staff: Video Appearances

  • The EFC’s Don Hutchinson appeared on TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin Jan. 23, 2012 and on CTV’s National Affairs on Jan. 4 to discuss the need for the federal government’s proposed Office of Religious Freedom. The EFC has been calling for such an office for a decade. Watch the TVO video (37 minutes long, includes option to leave comments) and the CTV video (10 minutes, but jump ahead to the 2.5 minute mark).
  • Legal Defininition of Human Being features EFC VP Don Hutchinson’s interview on CBC’s Power & Politics with Evan Solomon in Jan. 2012.
  • Say What? Freedom of Religious Speech. EFC VP Don Hutchinson appeared on Context with Lorna Dueck to discuss the recent Supreme Court of Canada hearing in Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission v William Whatcott. Dec. 2011.
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  • Check Your Faith at the Door? EFC Legal Counsel Faye Sonier speaks about a court reference that would force marriage commissioners employed by the government of Saskatchewan to perform marriages even when they contravene their religious beliefs. This March 2011 video is a news report by Bridget Antwi for 100 Huntley Street.
  • The Murder of Shabaz Bhatti, a Christian leader in the Pakistan government. Jim Cantelon interviews Geoff Tunnicliffe on 100 Huntley Street. March 3, 2011.
  • Pray for Earthquake Victims in Christchurch, New Zealand. Geoff Tunnicliffe on 100 Huntley Street. March 3, 2011.
  • Report on Bill C-510, "Roxanne's Law," which seeks to make it a crime to coerce a woman into aborting her baby against her will, featuring the EFC's Faye Sonier. October 2010. (Skip to minute 5.25)
  • Freedom of Religion: Geoff Tunnicliffe on Tolerance. Geoff Tunnicliffe on ListenUpTV. Oct. 12, 2010.
  • Census Debate at Stats Canada. Rick Hiemstra on ListenUpTV. Sept. 19, 2010.
  • Don Hutchinson: Creation Care and Climate Justice. Comments on lessons from history about Christian political activism. From an Oikos Retreat on caring for the environment. July 30, 2010.
  • What role does faith play in the G8/G20 Summit?. Interviews from the World Religion Summit of Interfaith Leaders, including Bruce Clemenger (minutes 5:31-6:06). A segment for 100 Huntley Street, June 30, 2010.
  • Updated page of videos from The World Evangelical Alliance. Many feature the EFC's Geoff Tunnicliffe, currently international director of the WEA. June 2010.
  • The Abolition of Slavery Movement in England: A Model for the Creation Care and Climate Justice Movement. Presentation by the EFC's Don Hutchinson at Oikos Centre Retreat entitled "Climate Change and Environmental Decline as a Moral Issue." April 2010. (Scoll way down.)
  • Studying Evangelicals in Canada: Rick Hiemstra, director of the EFC's Centre for Research on Canadian Evangelicalism, interviewed by Jim Cantelon on 100 Huntley Street. November 4, 2009. (Part 2 is also online.)
  • EFC YouTube Channel: An experiment which so far includes a handful of videos on subjects including the Canadian census, prostitution law, euthanasia and human trafficking.
  • Bruce Clemenger Prays at Rally: Opening prayer at Ottawa's 40 Days for Life rally. Posted on YouTube. September 22, 2009.
  • Persecuted Christians in Orissa, India: Geoff Tunnicliffe, the EFC's director of global initiatives, on YouTube. He also serves as international director for the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). March 20, 2009.
  • Adoption Show With Clemenger as Guest: An episode of ListenUpTV included EFC president Bruce J. Clemenger (Apr. 27, 2008)
  • Who Are Evangelicals? Pray for Burma. Interview about Korean Aid Workers. The World Evangelical Alliance has posted several short videos to YouTube featuring Geoff Tunnicliffe, the EFC's director of global initiatives. He also serves as international director for the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). (October 2007)
  • Election 2006--Battle for the Ballot: Bruce J. Clemenger, EFC president, on ListenUpTV (video broadcast Jan. 15, 2006).
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    EFC Staff: Audio Appearances

    Note: Don't miss the EFC's own series of short audio messages, Canada Watch.

  • Abortion in Canada: From Law to Lawless. Where Do We Go From Here? features EFC VP Don Hutchinson at Bethel Church, an EFC affiliate congregation in Kingston, Ont., on Jan. 29, 2012.
  • Persecution of Christians in Egypt, Iraq and Iran. EFC VP Don Hutchinson, chair of the EFC Religious Liberty Commission, appeared before the House of Commons Sub-Committee on International Human Rights. Nov. 2011. (WMV file starts with piano music but soon switches to committee discussion.)
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  • Religious Extremism: The Same on All Sides? Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as CEO/Secretary General of the World Evangelical Alliance. Responding to burning of Qu'ran by American fringe group. April 4, 2011.
  • Message to G8 Leaders Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as international director of the World Evangelical Alliance. July 5, 2007.
  • The Amazing Grace Movie Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as international director of the World Evangelical Alliance. The movie, a biography of William Wilberforce, is tied to an international anti-slavery campaign. Feb. 13, 2007.
  • WEA visits with Kazakh Christians Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as international director of the World Evangelical Alliance. Oct. 16, 2006.
  • Violence between Hasbollah and Israel Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as international director of the World Evangelical Alliance. July 27, 2006.
  • Introduction to the World Evangelical Alliance Interview with Geoff Tunnicliffe, EFC director of global initiatives, who also serves as international director of the World Evangelical Alliance. May 17, 2006.
  • Former EFC Staff on Radio

  • The Way Forward/People Who Are Sick of Church Episode from the Drew Marshall Show. Features David Macfarlane, former EFC director of national initiatives (scroll to Feb. 17, 2007 using link above or try a direct link).
  • Former EFC Staff on Video

  • Open Doors Part 1: A documentary on multiculturalism that included David Macfarlane, former director of national initiatives for the EFC, on 100 Huntley Street. The episode is on YouTube. April 14, 2008. 
  • Swingers Sex-Clubs Ruling: Janet Epp Buckingham, former EFC director of law and public policy, on ListenUpTV (Feb. 19, 2006)
  • After the Altar: Marriage and Canada: Janet Epp Buckingham, former EFC director of law and public policy, on ListenUpTV (Jun. 15, 2005)
  • Other EFC Links

    See the EFC in the News page for newspaper articles and other texts that feature EFC staff.

    See the Audio/Video Feeds page for EFC-created audio and video that you can play right in your browser, including the latest episodes of the EFC's short radio feature, Canada Watch, hosted by Bruce J. Clemenger.

    Check the EFC library for additional EFC audio and video, including CDs and DVDs you can order. Some are free, some are for sale, and some offer online exerpts so you can judge if you want to order the complete recording.

    And on international issues, don't miss the video pages on the website of the World Evangelical Alliance, currently headed by the EFC’s own Geoff Tunnicliffe.

       
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