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Conversations that connect research and ministry. Join co-hosts Lindsay Callaway and Rick Hiemstra as they help us understand who we are as the Canadian Church.
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In this episode we talk with Dr. Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme about her new book Religion, Spirituality and Secularity among Millennials: The Generation Shaping American and Canadian Trends, and we explore the reasons why so many are taking a pass on religion.
Guest host Karen Stiller interviews researchers Lindsay Callaway and Rick Hiemstra about how family faith formation in evangelical homes is different than many of us expect.
How do pastors understand their calling when they also work outside the church? James Watson has spent years researching pastors in multivocational ministry roles and shares with us the challenges and opportunities that come with having multiple forms of employment as a pastor.
How Canada moved from affirming the sanctity of human life before the 1993 Rodriguez court case to providing "narrow" exceptions in the 2015 Carter case, to the introduction of MAiD in 2016 and its ongoing expansion fed by arguments for autonomy
In this study, Dr. Enoch Wong explores the “silent exodus” of these Canadian-born Chinese from their parents’ churches, tracing their journeys to negotiate their cultural, ethnic, and faith identities for themselves utilizing both sociology of religion and leadership studies.
Amy Vetter joins our host Lindsay Callaway to speak about the importance of women in ministry.
Carole Ardell, a recent DMin graduate, discusses her research on The Relationship Between Trust and Perceived Relevance of Local Christian Churches in Prince George, B.C.
How are women equipped to lead in ministry? Lindsay talks with Marilyn Draper from Tyndale University about her research on women's pastoral internship experiences at seminary.
In this episode, Lindsay Callaway talks with Mike Tapper, Chair of Religion Department at SWU, and Marc Jolicoeur, Pastor of Worship & Creative Arts in Moncton, NB about their recent study on the trends in worship music in the last 25 years.