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April 5, 2012 Episode #1130

Is Heaven For Real?

Easter is more than eggs and chocolate bunnies. For Christians, Easter marks the resurrection of Jesus - the foundation of their faith and the promise of a new kind of life with God in heaven. But what is heaven? Is it real or imaginary?... see more
March 29, 2012 Episode #1129

Give to Live

She's a bubbly 20-year-old whose life took an unexpected turn last summer, when she was diagnosed with a degenerative lung disease. Now Hélène Campbell awaits a double-lung transplant, which could take up to two... see more
March 23, 2012 Episode #1128

Bill C-30

Just how much privacy should we be entitled to online?  Government Minister Vic Toews, Online Child Protectors, and Privacy advocates all weigh in on worries about Big Brother surfing alongside us.    
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March 15, 2012 Episode #1125

Sex-Selective Abortions

Sex-selective abortions, and why some cultures value boys over girls. What does easy access to abortion in Canada AND the ability to know a baby's gender before birth mean? Sex-selective abortions. In countries like India and China,... see more
March 2, 2012 Episode #1126

Gospel Soul of Whitney Houston

She topped the pop charts throughout the 80s and 90s, but Whitney Houston never forgot her gospel roots. As a girl, she sang at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey... where her funeral was also held. Despite her public... see more
February 10, 2012 Episode #1123

Marriage and Commitment

Is the institution of marriage worth saving? Are we programmed to commit to one person for life? The author of the "History of Marriage" and a couples counselor help explore these questions.
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January 18, 2012 Episode #1119

Uprising: One Year Later

The Egyptian uprising and struggle for democracy. With the Muslim Brotherhood now elected, we'll hear about the tensions in the country from Christians and Muslims.
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January 12, 2012 Episode #1118

Kenny Blacksmith: Aboriginal Housing Crisis

A housing crisis in Attawapiskat First Nations left hundreds in tents, trailers, and deplorable living conditions during the cold winter months. After the chief of Attawapiskat declared a state of emergency, the federal government sent a... see more
January 6, 2012 Episode #1117


As Canada's policy on multiculturalism passes its 40th year, how have Christian communities embraced multiculturalism and newcomers to Canada?
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December 28, 2011 Episode #1116

2011: Year in Review

A Year in Review - we'll look at some of the biggest headlines of 2011 -- and explore stories where news and Christianity converge.
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December 22, 2011 Episode #1115

Christmas Special

The story of a displaced family is at the heart of the Christmas nativity story. In this week's episode, we hear the story of 3 brothers separated in a refugee camp and reunited in Canada 5 years later. Plus a different perspective on... see more
December 16, 2011 Episode #1113

Branding of Christmas

Christmas is no longer just a holiday. It is a multi-billion dollar industry. Over the centuries different Christmas symbols and images have emerged, and have become not only a tradition, but also a brand. Has the aggressive branding of... see more

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