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We’ve been releasing audio recordings since June 1, 2017 to help Canadians sort through issues like spiritual growth and health, other religions, religious freedom, vocation, and tough questions of faith and living in contemporary society. The EFC Podcast often features interviews, articles from Faith Today magazine, and dispatches from Brian Stiller, global ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance.
Browse below, or you can also listen at the Faith Today website or RSS (Feedburner).
Kevin Makins is founding pastor of Eucharist Church in Hamilton and author of the recently released book "Why Would Anyone go to Church? A Young Community's Quest to Reclaim Church for Good."
B.C. writer Dave Jeffery, who lives with the terminal neurological disorder ALS, takes us inside his journey of praying for a personal miracle of healing – and finding grace instead.
Neil Cudney, director of organizational and spiritual life and administration with Christian Horizons, speaks to us about hospitality and how this strange time of isolation we are all living through can help us understand better what life can be like for people living with disabilities.
Writer Mark Buchanan sees things differently when he walks. This Faith Today article from May 2019 takes readers inside the wonderful world of spiritual walking.
David Guretzki considers what the Canadian Church can learn from the style of ministry typically practised by chaplains. Originally published in Jul/Aug 2019.
Hope in Crisis #3
Brian C. Stiller, Global Ambassador
The World Evangelical Alliance
What does youth ministry look like during COVID-19? Sid Koop helps us tackle the big questions of doing things very differently in this strange time.
Sid Koop is founder and executive director of Truth Matters Ministries.
Carolyn, author, speaker, songwriter and director of education for Renovare, speaks to us about her work and the beautiful freedom of spiritual disciplines.
David Guretzki considers the role of conscience in the life of the Christian, and what that has to do with Canada today.