The Faith Today Podcast-Conversation inspired by Canada's Christian magazine. The podcast features interviews with Canadian Christians as they sort through the pressing issues of the day and topics like spiritual growth and health, other religions, religious freedom, vocation, and tough questions of faith and living in contemporary society. The podcast also features the voice of veteran Christian leader Brian Stiller, global ambassador of the World Evangelical Alliance, and some of the best Faith Today articles we think will interest you.
Secrets to Self Control from the Bible (and Drew Dyck)
Drew Dyck's latest book Your Future Self Will Thank You: Secrets to Self-Control from the Bible and Brain Science will help you be better at a whole bunch of things, including spiritual disciplines. He takes us inside his research and most recent book in this interview.
Visit Drew's website to learn more about this book and his work: https://www.drewdyck.com.
Still Salty after all these years. An interview with author Becky Pippert
The popular author of the evangelism classic Out of the Saltshaker has released a new book on evangelism today, Stay Salt
Love is Moving Magazine: The Editors Talk
Ilana Reimer and Katie Pezzutto, the creative forces behind Love is Moving Magazine, share their vision and writing and editing lives with Faith Today editors Bill Fledderus and Karen Stiller. There is mention of man-eating mermaids.
The Persecuted Church Around the World: An Interview with Gary Stagg of Open Doors Canada
Gary Stagg, executive director of Open Doors Canada, offers a glimpse into what life is like for the Church under persecution and the precious gift of standing together.
Stoicism isn't Spiritual
Our popular Faith Today columnist CAROLYN ARENDS shares an intensely personal journey in this piece, about grieving the loss of her mother.
Visit Carolyn Arends website here: https://carolynarends.com
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Coping with Covid: A new study reveals the coping strategies that work
Bill Strom, Professor of Communications at Trinity Western University, has released a study called "Weathering Well: Relational Resilience During the Covid-19 Lockdown." You will want to exercise more and watch screens less (unless it's church we're talking about) after hearing this interview.