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Monday
Nov302009

Dec 2009: Jenny Andison

Jenny Andison. Photo: Diocese of TorontoJenny Andison is the Archbishop’s Officer for Mission for the Diocese of Toronto. She is an ordained priest still working half-time at St Paul’s Bloor Street. Alex Newman spoke to her about what it means to be a missional church.

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Friday
Nov062009

Nov 2009: Sylvia Ssinabulya

Uganda is a country of 32 million in sub-Saharan Africa: a lush and beautiful land once called by Sir Winston Churchill "the Pearl of Africa." But with more than two million orphans from civil war, AIDS and maternal death in childbirth, Uganda is also a place of heartache and challenges. While about a dozen mothers die annually in childbirth in Canada, an estimated 6,000 perish in Uganda. Ugandan Member of Parliament Sylvia Ssinabulya, who visited Canada in 2006 and 2007, has taken maternal health as her special interest to champion. A graduate of the Canadian-run Save the Mothers program at the Anglican school Ugandan Christian University, she recently spoke about her work with writer Thomas Froese, a Canadian in Uganda.

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Monday
Sep282009

Oct 2009: Robert Benson

Robert Benson is the author of several books, including Living Prayer and Between the Dreaming and the Coming True. Alex Newman interviewed him at his home in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Monday
Aug312009

Sept 2009: Matt Adams

Matt AdamsMatt Adams, outreach minister and youth pastor at St Paul’s, Bloor St. in Toronto, talks about urban, suburban and rural outreach with Alex Newman.

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Friday
Jul032009

June 2009: Glenn Penner

Glenn PennerGlenn Penner is the CEO of the Voice of the Martyrs (VOM), a ministry to the persecuted church around the world. In 2002 Penner was diagnosed with cancer. His doctors have told him recently that he "has months, not years" left. Karen Stiller talks with Penner, 47, about living and dying.

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