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See Sider Squirm. If Pope John Paul II is really interested in dealing with heretical "liberation theologians" in his church, then he ought to issue this third edition of Productive Christians as a Papal encyclical. Protestants have trouble with their own liberation theologians. Some of them are Marxists in the Lamb's clothing, while others are merely Fabian socialists in the Lamb's clothing. Some of them just aren't willing to say...yet. (Tactics, you understand.) Ron Sider belongs to the t ...
 
In this book, Chilton confidently and simply proposes that the Great Tribulation, which many expect to arrive in the near future, is actually a past event. To substantiate his argument, he gives an honest hermeneutical appraisal of Christ’s teaching in the Olivet Discourse (Matt. 24; Lk. 21; Mk. 13) as well as other places in the Gospels, and gives a topical commentary on the book of Revelation – all this to successfully demonstrate that these events find their fulfillment in our past, not i ...
 
Chatter that Matters. A show about human perseverance and the possibility that counters the storm of negativity and a growing sense of impossibility. Host Tony Chapman shares inspiring stories of people who make things happen regardless of seemingly impossible circumstances. We learn powerful life lessons that help us get where we want, need and deserve. Tony's guests include athletes, artists, activists, entrepreneurs, immigrants, refugees, survivors and leaders from across society. In doin ...
 
This is quite possibly the most comprehensive verse by verse treatment of the Book of Revelation ever written. David Chilton has tackled what Calvin and Luther never even attempted. Following in the train of thought of his Paradise Restored, Chilton sees the Church triumphant to the end with Satan defeated at the return of Christ. The Apostle John presents a vision of victorious Christians who overcome all opposition through the work of Jesus Christ. Chilton asserts that for too long the Chu ...
 
The Extracurricular Podcast is a platform dedicated to helping young adults get their shit together. We speak with experts from all industries to expose listeners to schools of thought that go beyond classrooms. Whether it's kickstarting an investment portfolio, transforming your living space with basic design principles, or maybe just making sense of early adulthood - we got you covered.
 
The story begins when Pollyanna arrives in Beldingsville to live with her Aunt Polly, a strict and dutiful middle aged woman. Pollyanna immediately begins to brighten up everyone's life by the "Glad Game." Trying to find something to be glad about in every situation, Pollyanna is happy, joyful, lively, and soon transforms the whole town. One day something so terrible happens, even Pollyanna doesn't know how to be glad about it. (Summary by Abigail Rasmussen) Cast: Pollyanna: Lydia RasmussenM ...
 
Operation Luna: Charles Chilton�s classic radio sci-fi series Journey into Space thrilled listeners between 1953 and 1958, attracting almost eight million people to its gripping tale of the far future and the thrills of interstellar travel � the last radio programme in the UK to attract a bigger evening audience than television. The original first series, Journey to the Moon, was lost, but thirteen episodes were re-recorded in 1958 under the title Operation Luna, starring Andrew Faulds as Je ...
 
The Institute of Criminology holds an annual international conference on Evidence Based Policing, Chaired by Professor Lawrence Sherman in association with the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) and the Society for Evidence Based Policing (SEBP). The 5th conference was held at the Sidgwick site at the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, on 9-11 July 2012. Speakers included: - Rt. Hon. Nick Herbert MP, Minister of State for Policing and Criminal Justice; - Police Commissioner Be ...
 
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In this special edition of Chatter that Matters, taped in front of a live audience, I chat with David Chilton, author of The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns. You will soon hear why David Chilton is a beautiful human being with a fantastic sense of humour and a gift as a storyteller. Learn how he became one of Canada’s best-selling aut…
 
Jean Muenchrath should have trusted her gut when it told her something terrible would happen during her and her boyfriend Ken’s winter trek to cross-country ski on very rugged terrain, cross the 220-mile John Muir trail from Yosemite Valley to o the summit of Mount Whitney, which is the highest point in the contiguous United States at 14,505 ft (4,…
 
I interviewed Ted Nolan at a conference I hosted for the Coffee Association of Canada. I could see how moved the audience was by his life story, as was I. Thankfully our conversation was recorded so I can share this incredible story with you. Ted Nolan was the third youngest of twelve children in a house without plumbing or electricity on the Garde…
 
Fennella Bruce was the 2022 Businesswoman of the Year and one of the 100 Most Accomplished Black Canadian women in 2020. In this episode of Chatter That Matters, Fennella shares her incredible climb to the highest ranks of television as a writer, editor, and producer. With humour and grace, Fennella takes us deep inside the world of news and mornin…
 
Cardiologist Dr. David Sabgir felt he was failing to help patients improve their health. So, he invited them to walk with him to reverse the effects of a sedentary life and offered health education while walking. From that idea, Walk with a Doc was born inspiring doctors across the world. It has now spread to 500+ communities in 40+ countries. Dr. …
 
A riveting story of defying all odds, three miracles, and the power of love. Danielle Kaplan is my guest, and we tell her story in three parts. We begin by talking about her roots, a South African growing up in a life of privilege but living with the guilt of apartheid, and why she and her husband came to Canada. The second part is when Danielle Ka…
 
Best-selling author and acclaimed thinker Kim Scott provides the framework for giving and receiving exceptional feedback and having more meaningful conversations. What was the worst feedback that you ever received? I remember working part-time at a drugstore when I was in my teens, and my boss told me I was useless. I had an English Teacher who tol…
 
I saved this episode for the holidays, as it is an excellent time for reflection. If you do listen and feel the way I do about Dany's message, please share it with others. The best way to lift and unite Canada is through our collective spirits. First and foremost, we are not East or West, left or right, gay or straight, Liberal or Conservative. We …
 
Mario Andretti is considered to be one of the most successful racers in history. His roots and early life in a refugee camp likely contributed to his strength and determination. Today, the Andretti brand extends well beyond racing. Mario has a winery, a petroleum business, and a growing global motorsports presence. His intense drive to be victoriou…
 
What does it take to win on the court? Preparation, Perseverance and Perspiration. What does it take to win off the court? Curiosity, Compassion, Charisma, and Connections. In 1988, Milos, Mila Pospisil, and their two sons unlawfully drove from Czechoslovakia to Austria to escape the Communist regime. The family worked long hours at low wages to sa…
 
Ken Wong on Teaching our Children Well. Ken Wong is one of Canada’s most acclaimed educators. To better appreciate his impact on academia, I posted a tribute on LinkedIn when I heard he was retiring. Overnight, it garnered over 50,000 impressions and an outpouring of love from all over the world. This is Ken’s incredible and inspiring story, and, a…
 
The 'GOAT' is how fans and broadcasters describe the greatest athlete of all time. It's also the fuel that has fired debate since sports began. I can certainly make a case for my guest this week, Canadian soccer phenom Christine Sinclair being in that exclusive club. No male or female on the planet has scored more international goals, and she is th…
 
Have you noticed the bright yellow and magenta book in bookstores titled Swagger - Unleash everything you are and become everything you want? Grab one before they are gone. The author Leslie Ehm is the undisputed Queen of Swagger who has discovered the secret to tapping into your authentic self and turning it into a superpower at work and in life. …
 
Mitch Joel is a renaissance man with much to say about the relentless digital disruption and how it impacts you. His opinions have been shaped by a nomadic career that began when computers were rudimentary and the internet was the domain of a handful of universities. Add Mitch's insatiable appetite for reading, observing, writing, music, creativity…
 
Tina Chilton is 85 years young. She can out-plank people half her age… including a young intern who was blown away by Tina’s drive to excel. Born in Texas to parents from Mexico, she has lived in many states and traveled the world while in the military. Her service to our country and her drive to stay relevant and engaged with others across the gen…
 
A Canadian woman who flew for her country in combat brings her leadership skills to the private sector to champion the underserved. Why are no women at the altar if God made us equal? This was the question teenager Natalie Marchesan wrote to her Bishop. His response was you are equal but different, and that answer didn't sit well with Natalie. In f…
 
What started on a shoestring became Reebok, the biggest shoe brand in the world. This is the inspiring and against-all-odds story about how Joe Foster and his brother Jeff, with borrowed equipment in a falling-down factory in Northern England that also served as a home, created Reebok. In their day, it surpassed both Adidas and Nike in sales. So ma…
 
Do the right thing. These four words have been the compass for Jim Estill since his first business at age fourteen. Today he is one of our country's most successful and admired entrepreneurs. Learn about Jim's secrets to success, the daily habits that power his intellectual, emotional and financial wealth and how he has applied all of the above to …
 
A knock at the door knocks Chanda over. A fantastic story of resilience we can all learn from. A successful entrepreneur who had it all. A profitable business, a respected person in her small-town community, and she found the love of her life. All was perfect until the knock on her door, followed by guns to her head, and the arrest and conviction o…
 
Fabian Bedne credits his parents, Argentinian roots, and his desire to help others as factors in his quest to make the world a better place. After a dictatorship dramatically changed life in Argentina, a work exchange program led him to Ohio, and later to Tennessee. Bedne became a citizen, a council rep, a highly-requested wedding officiant, and a …
 
Cybercrime. It's not a matter of if but when. How do you become cyber-aware and resilient? HGTV television superstars Sarah and Bryan Baeumler, with Adam Evans, Vice President of Cyber Operations at RBC, chat about cybercrime, estimated to be $10 trillion by 2025, bigger than all other crime combined. Why the Baeumlers? Sarah and Bryan Baeumler are…
 
An entrepreneur on a mission to benefit you. Anthony Lacavera is an entrepreneur who parlays a $25,000 small business loan from RBC into a billion-dollar enterprise, including Wind Mobile. Learn why purpose matters more than profit and why risk and reward are the oxygen that breathes life into ideas, entrepreneurial dreams and careers. What you wil…
 
Is our healthcare a matter of life or death? We all know that our health matters most, and our health care is in a crisis. Lineups have become multi-year waits, millions do not have access to family doctors, we have a massive talent shortage, and many who work in the system are burning out or leaving it altogether. My guest is a positive change-mak…
 
Attention is the oxygen of human endeavour, and Israel Diaz will show you how to get the attention you deserve. Israel shares his amazing life story, and how today, as a renaissance man he works with solutionists who harness the alchemy of being, business, and brand. Some fantastic lessons for parents, leaders, coaches, mentors and collaborators. G…
 
Edgar Struble is a film producer, music director, author, performer, and public speaker who has worked with Kenny Rogers, and directed or composed music for the Academy of Country Music Awards, and Billboard Music Awards. He has rubbed shoulders with stars ranging from Lionel Ritchie, Taylor Swift, and Dolly Parton to actor Christopher Lloyd. Today…
 
If you thought a mattress shipped in a box was cool, how about a one-bedroom house packed in a box, with nine-and-a-half-foot ceilings, complete with a fridge, stove, washer and dryer? Paolo Tiramani is an inventor and a billionaire. Paolo has many patents and was one of the first to add wheels to suitcases and create a moveable workbench. In this …
 
Carey Nieuwhof left his law career to become the founding pastor of Connexus Church, one of the most influential churches in North America. Carey shares his reasons why, how he almost burned out pursuing his passion, and why community matters more than ever in these turbulent times. Today, Carey Nieowhof is an author, much sought-after conference s…
 
David Kincaid is a branding and entrepreneurial guru, founder of Level5 Strategy, and the former Chief Marketing Officer at Corus Entertainment and Labatt. David shares his incredible story that includes drumming his way through University while offering you insights, ideas and strategies on what it takes to build brands, including your own, that s…
 
"In this episode, Jeanne Beker - media mogul, fashion icon, business powerhouse, and stylish host of the legendary show "Fashion Television" - shares how she built the life she wanted from the ground up and why passion and pursuit are dreamer’s greatest asset." A child of Holocaust survivors who let Jeanne boldly go to find her dream. Jeanne also t…
 
Leadership Secrets with Steve Tappin. Your leadership skills matter as much as your work ethic. Learn how to be a better leader and get more out of life with Steve Tappin, a global thought leader on awareness, mindfulness, and human behaviour. Steve Tappin is the co-founder and CEO of Beyond Unity and co-author of The Awareness Code and The Secrets…
 
Janet Jernigan has won countless awards in her life. Her more than 50-year career as a nonprofit leader is legendary as are the records she currently holds as an athlete. However, her true advocacy for others may be rooted in the mid-1960s when, as a student at Vanderbilt University, she began to advocate for equality by playing a role in the civil…
 
The path to a new life starts with a new calling. Dr. Gordon Postill shares his unique story of faith and overcoming personal challenges in order to help others on their journey. Listen and learn how one man's faith inspired a fantastic career change. We all face forks in the road, and choosing one over the other isn't always obvious or easy. What …
 
One woman's journey of choosing love over hate. Meet Sammer Haq, a young Muslim woman who turned her passion for youth empowerment into action. Listen how Sammer is helping to bridge divides between cultures. Sammer Haq is a unique and uplifting story of how an individual chooses to counter negativity and biases and build bridges that unite societi…
 
Susan Cain, the author of NY Times Bestsellers, Quiet and Bittersweet, shares many takeaways on life, love and leadership. Over 40 million people have watched Susan Cain's Ted Talks, and Linked In has named her their 6th top influencer worldwide. With her bestselling phenomenon, Quiet, Susan Cain talks about why it is essential to cultivate space f…
 
James Mullinger has just released his memoir Brit Happens. James and his wife had it all, living in London, England. They both had successful jobs, and a child with one on the way. James was the Comedy Editor for GQ magazine, but his passion was stand-up comedy. What started as a hobby became a dream and then a reality. He went from playing B venue…
 
Brad Schmitt is lucky to be alive and to have a purpose. In this interview, this journalist shares how owning his decisions has brought him full circle. This compelling conversation touches on how bullying and abusive parents led him to alcohol and drug abuse. He shares how job loss brought him new beginnings. His redemption came from a support tea…
 
Are you willing to abandon the status quo? This week's guest is Sarah Stein Greenberg, the Executive Director of Stanford Universities D.School. Sarah leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who work on a wide range of problems and create tools you can apply to your own. Sarah has also written a masterful book titled …
 
Dr. Karyn Gordon, the author of the bestseller, The Three Chairs, discusses how great leaders drive communication, performance and engagement. As you listen to this show, do so by picturing the three chairs Dr. Karyn Gordon talks about, which one you and the people who matter most to you - your partner, children, friends and peers sit in, and why. …
 
Jean-Louis Brenninkmeijer is from an iconic and wealthy European Family. After a successful career in the family business, he has the means and experience to live anywhere and do anything. What makes Jean-Louis so remarkable is that he has invested millions of dollars in reminding the world of the magic Canada offers. Jean-Louis has created Little …
 
Phil is an advocate for human rights and a survivor of residential school abuse. He shares his experiences there and how he turned his anger into positive change. Phil served three terms as the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, the first being when he was only 28. He was also among the first to openly talk about the abuses in residen…
 
Listen to the incredible story of Ed Hajim, a man who overcame adversity to become a wildly successful entrepreneur. His continued resilience, hard work, and positivity inspires the self-starter within us all. I love stories involving the 'hero's journey, someone who goes on an adventure, is victorious regardless of circumstance or crisis, finds me…
 
Mark Edward Dickerson married his partner, Chef Kevin, after almost 40 years together. Learn more about how this small business owner and father works to build a strong community to lift up the lives of others. From birth to adulthood, in this interview, we learn the role adoptions have played throughout his life and how family, fostering connectio…
 
Amber Mac is a tech analyst, brand advisor, and business coach with a burning desire to make the digital revolution easier to digest for everybody, everywhere. Learn about the opportunities and solutions that come with emerging technologies. Early in her successful broadcasting career, Amber Mac identified an unmet need. Technology was one of, if n…
 
Scott Morrison joins the podcast this week to talk about how the Summit Series changed Canadian hockey forever. Additionally, Scott discusses lessons on leadership, strategy, parenting, and more. I love this story because I was there, attacking my nails every game as a fan, and my standing ovation wasn't for a team; it was for Canada. Fifty years a…
 
What do you do when you're out of care options for your aging loved-ones? This week’s guest, Nectari Charitakis, built a platform that empowers seniors and their families to find affordable care without having to move them out of their homes. There are two stories in this episode, and both involve Nectari Charitakis, a wonderful human being. Nectar…
 
This week I had an opportunity to interview one of television's biggest stars, Bryan Baeumler, in front of a live audience. We were both there to celebrate the launch of The Founders Journey, a free online, eight-module course to help entrepreneurs turn their dreams into reality. Bryan shares many funny stories combined with powerful insights and a…
 
Darline Lewis built a career bringing life into the world as a labor and delivery nurse. Forced to retire early due to a botched medical procedure, life has now come full circle as the daughter she welcomed into the world years ago has stepped in to help her. The aha moments for these two are eye-opening as more children are becoming youth caregive…
 
Carl Dixon's life-changing and almost-ending head-on collision left him in a coma for ten days, with a broken neck and 51 other injuries. Carl shares his journey back from the accident, reclaiming life, music, and his new path as a motivational speaker. Carl Dixon credits a squadron of guardian angels who looked after him through several surgeries …
 
My guest today is Neill Dixon, a character with great character. He is singing proof to follow your passion when building your career. In his twenties, Neill had a cafe called Grumbles, frequented by the who's who of music. He managed the rock band Triumph, and his legacy is crafting and staging Canadian Music Week, one of the world's most influent…
 
'I was at my calmest when I was in a room with bad guys' This week, Robert Mazur, an ex-federal agent who infiltrated the money-laundering, mob-connected network of Pablo Escobar, sits down with Tony Chapman to talk about his high-risk mission. Robert Mazur is directly responsible for one of the biggest busts against the Pablo Escobar Medellin Cart…
 
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