PODCASTS

AS A GUEST

My interview with Chase Replogle from PastorWriter about my new book, The Minister's Wife.

My interview with Write from the Deep about writing, truth, risk and vulnerability, and of course, The Minister's Wife.

My interview with Pastors' Wives Tell All about finding friends when being besties with church members is not viable.

My interview with Girls 4 Greatness about choosing to live authentically.

My June 2020 interview with the Englewood Review of Books. I told them all about life as a book bully.

My interview on the Quick to Listen podcast from Christianity Today, about religious life in Canada.

AS A HOST

I host the Faith Today Podcast. Here are some favourite recent episodes.

Why Would Anyone Want to go to Church?

Kevin Makins is founding pastor of Eucharist Church in Hamilton and author of the recently released book on this topic.

Spritual Disciplines with Carolyn Arends

Carolyn, author, speaker, songwriter and director of education for Renovare, speaks to us about her work and the beautiful freedom of spiritual disciplines.

Feeling a little "off" at home these days?

Stephen Doucet Campbell, a psychotherapist with Shalem Mental Health Network, offers us comfort, tips and hope in this COVID-19 interview.

Better Together: An Interview with Danielle Strickland

The author and speaker shares her heart for preaching, helping other women become better communicators, and her new book written to help heal relationships between men and women.

Lorna Dueck: A Storyteller Retires

Lorna Dueck, a leader in Christian journalism in Canada, shares some career highlights, advice to younger storytellers, and her thoughts as she moves into this new chapter of life and being.

Being Church and Neighbour in the Pandemic

Preston Pouteaux is an author, beekeeper and pastor of Lake Ridge Community Church in Chestermere Alberta. He shares deep encouragement for the Canadian churches finding their feet in this strange and difficult time.

Craft Cost & Call

Inspiring and immensely readable, Craft, Cost & Call offers hands-on help to people of faith who want to write well and understand what it takes to be published.

The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction

We speak Justin Earley, author of the popular book The Common Rule, to understand the spiritual practices he recommends as we attempt to live our faithful lives.

Leith Anderson of the NAE

An Interview with Leith Anderson, retiring president of the National Association of Evangelicals in the US. Anderson shares his analysis and hopes for a movement challenged on many fronts, but standing strong.

The State of Religion in Canada

esearchers Rick Hiemstra of The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and Sam Reimer of Crandall University unpack the (sometimes surprising) results of a 2019 survey of religiosity in Canada.

The spirituality of writing, and how to get started

My interview with fellow writer Mark Buchanan, a beloved Canadian Christian author and professor at Ambrose University.

What are we called to do in these times?

My interview with Anna Robbins, president of Acadia Divinity College.

Interview with Max Lucado

My podcast with Max Lucado on writing, Donald Trump and how God's promises hold strong, even in tough times.

When sexual misconduct hits the Church

My interview with David Martin about sexual harassment in the Church.

Is Jordan Peterson's work compatible with Christianity?

A conversation held at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church in Toronto with Faith Today's Karen Stiller and Wycliffe College's Ephraim Radner.

The Power of Mentoring

Doug Ward shares insights from his new book co-authored with Sharon Simmonds, Great Mentoring For Real Life Change. We dig into the power of active listening, great questions and how churches can do mentoring better.

Renegotiating Faith

An interview with Rick Hiemstra about the youth and faith research.

Faith and Vocation

My interview with Regent College professor and author Steve Graber about faith and vocation.

Healing Churches

My interview with Russ Parker on the hard path churches must walk through listening, confession and reconciliation.

How to take care of ourselves for spiritual wellness

An interview with Sharon Ramsey, a registered psychotherapist / marriage and family therapist in Toronto.