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How do Christians and the Church respond to the call of Jesus to join God in His peacemaking and reconciliation work around the world?
All Things Reconciled is a podcast of the Peace and Reconciliation Network (PRN) of the World Evangelical Alliance. The podcast is produced by The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada. Canadian cohosts Jeannette Böhm and Phil Wagler dialogue with community peacemakers, drawing out practical tips and insights from people leading in reconciliation work around the world in conflicts big and small, old and new.
The PRN is a global network that exists to inspire and equip the Church for its high call as ambassadors of Christ and his ministry of reconciliation in a unreconciled world.
Co-host Jeanette Boehm is an associate of the PRN with a focus on media development. Her desire is to bridge connections between peacemakers globally through storytelling. She is licensed as an official worker of The Alliance (formerly the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada), where she is currently an apprentice with their New Ventures program, seeking to develop a holistic approach to living on mission while exploring reconciliation-based discipleship. She lives in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont.
Co-host Phil Wagler is North American regional coordinator for the PRN and serves as a pastor in Kelowna, B.C. He edits and sometimes writes for a PRN blog at FaithToday.ca/Reconciling.
Our guest Maxym Oliferovski leads the New Hope Center team in Zaporizhzhia, 30kms from the frontline of the conflict in Ukraine.
In this interview, Vlaskenko shares the background to his decision to release the letter, its impact, and how alliance’s hopes for seeking God's Kingdom first, loving their homeland as reconcilers and not abandoning their place in God's mission.
Our guest Ruslan Maliuta, who helped launch the charity World Without Orphans, is a Ukrainian serving the World Evangelical Alliance's crisis response among the 10 million people displaced so far by the war.
Our guest Zlata Zolotarova first arrived in Canada from Ukraine as a college student. She now finds herself unexpectedly working with churches in B.C. to welcome Ukranian refugees as they arrive in Canada.