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In this episode Arthur Boers discusses his recent memoir "Shattered" and the benefits of being curious about how our upbringings shaped us, particularly our faith and our idea of gender roles.
Susie Colby of Vancouver draws on personal experience to speak with host Karen Stiller on how we could help people who are grieving.
George Guthrie, author of A Short Guide to Reading the Bible Better and a prof at Regent College in Vancouver, talks with us about how we can overcome the obstacles the prevent us from using the Bible to grow in our faith.
Seminary president Anna Robbins discusses how effective ministry and good theological education can both benefit from paying attention to local context.
How can we all help reduce the internal and external obstacles that impede women from using their gifts? Cathie Ostapchuk of Gather Women Canada has some ideas.
This conversation with Canadian creative Ann-Margret Hovsepian is all about getting you moving more deeply into your creative side – with a bit of side dip into pondering why colouring has become an activity for adults.
Hear from three national leaders about how their networks have developed and how they have come to cooperate together for initiatives such as Ignite Prayer and Worship Summits.
Who is David Guretzki, the new president and CEO of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada? In this episode we chat about the EFC’s role in the Christian community across Canada and Guretzki's hopes for the future (and also about his astrophotography hobby and his cat Scrunchy).
Tim Challies brings the hard-earned wisdom and insights of the bereaved that can help us make sense of what can feel impossible to understand. From his experience, we can also learn how to best help those who are experiencing grief.