Podcast: Faith Today

Join host Karen Stiller for interviews with Canadian Christian culture shapers, leaders, ministry specialists and deeper dives into Faith Today stories.

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Ann Voskamp on the ancient path of suffering

Why does the Christian life always seem to involve suffering? How is Jesus present in our sorrow and confusion?


Thank you. I'm sorry. Tell me more.

 Author, psychologist and pastor Rod Wilson unpacks them for us in this podcast and shares some practical tips on how to do all three well. 


"What are you free to do because your dream died?"

This episode, featuring Scott Erickson, author of Say Yes: Discover the surprising life beyond the death of a dream, is full of great advice, including something called ‘the wonder hack’ and a creepy but illuminating ‘death practice.'


How to create a prayer room in your church

We spoke to Nina Schuurman-Drenth, the pastoral intern at Eucharist Church, who helped lead the creative team that put together Eucharist's prayer room. 


John Franklin on how we can nourish the arts

John Franklin leads Imago, an organization that supports Christians in the arts in Canada. He has great insight to share on why art matters so much, and how churches, and individuals can help nurture the artists.


On the Ukraine border with World Vision's Michael Messenger

Michael Messenger, president of World Vision Canada, joins us from the Romanian/Ukraine border where World Vision is helping to welcome and meet the needs of hundreds of thousands of refugees forced to flee their country.


Toward accessible faith and flourishing, with Keith Dow

Keith Dow is our guest and manager of organizational and spiritual life at Christian Horizons, an organization that works together with people who experience disabilities to accomplish their goals and nurture communities where everybody belongs.


Inside the writing and reading life of Randy Boyagoda

With this podcast, we step into the warm writing and reading life of Randy Boyagoda, whose two recent novels contain faith, humour and fast moving plots. 


The story behind the First Nations Bible Translation

Terry Wildman, lead translator and general editor of the First Nations Version, shares the background of this unique translation, reads some favourite passages and shares his hopes for this gift to the Church.