Ever wish you could have a conversation with the very people driving change in culture? Join radio personality David Mann for engaging dialogue with top influential people in business, politics, sports, and the arts. Each week we'll learn how these Canadians got their platforms, and understand why others have become loyal to them or their brand. In doing so, we'll break down what advancing these ideas means for Christians in Canada. You can trustfully hear from those at the forefront of our ever-changing culture. This podcast is designed to be a space where the conversation begins.
Jeremy Wentworth-Stanley on how to Restore the soul of the Person
A philanthropist and former financier at Wood Gundy, Jeremy Wentworth Stanley joins the show to talk about his newest endeavor called Respectonomics. After more than 50 years in the corporate world, Jeremy explains how businesses can better care for their employees when they consider the whole person that includes body, soul, and spirit.
Melissa Fung on Freeing Girls from the Boko Haram
In 2008 she was captured by the Taliban for 28 days. Now she is on a mission to ensure that abductions like this don't go unnoticed. Don't miss my conversation award-winning journalist Melissa Fung as we talk about her new book on the stolen girls of Boko Haram from Nigeria. We also delve into the role of prayer while in desperation.
John Fraser on the state of King Charles
Former principal at Massey College, and author of Funeral for a Queen: 12 Days in London, John Fraser, joins the show to asses the reign so far of King Charles. Fraser attended his coronation and his written on the royal file for decades.
John Milloy on injecting Hope into a politically polarized Canada
Former MPP and director of Public Policy at Martin Luther University College in Waterloo John Milloy shares from his new book and makes a case for how people of faith can be part of a culture of openness.
Charles Foran on the Relationship we have with our Parents
Award-winning author Charles Foran joins the show to chat about his new book Just Once No More. The memoir explored his gruff-but-fond father wrestling with the end of his life. This launched Charles on a journey to better see the depth of the relationship he had with his dad and the impact that has had on who he is as a person.
Larry Law on running a Business As Mission
Owner and operator of Living Water Resorts (Collingwood ON) Larry Law joins the show to share about how he went from a humble upbringing in China to success as an architect, builder and hotelier. Larry also talks about what it took for him to consider the meaning of life, and how that new meaning colours his business mindset in a radical way.