Canadian Asian Missional Podcast
Episode 35 - Asian Perspectives On Mental Health (feat. Herman Chow & Estella Cheong)

Episode 35 - Asian Perspectives On Mental Health (feat. Herman Chow & Estella Cheong)

November 1, 2019

Episode 35 - Asian Perspectives On Mental Health (feat. Herman Chow & Estella Cheong)

How is mental health seen from an Asian lens? Are certain people groups or generations more or less open to exploring this aspect of our lives and seek out help when it is needed? What have been some of the major factors that have contributed to issues surrounding mental illness and emotional trauma? Join us in a conversation with psychotherapists Herman Chow & Estella Cheong as we tackle this subject from an Asian perspective and talk about how the church plays a role to come alongside others toward healing and restoration.

 

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[ION Conference Toronto #4] Growing In Understanding & Applying Orality

[ION Conference Toronto #4] Growing In Understanding & Applying Orality

October 13, 2019

[ION Conference Toronto #4] Growing In Understanding & Applying Orality

In our last set of reflections, panelists and participants share about how their understanding of orality expanded throughout the conference and what the next steps were in how they plan to implement and apply it to their lives and ministry.

It was an absolute honour to partner with the International Orality Network for their North American Regional Conference 2019 in Toronto. Click on the link below for more information about their ministry and a snapshot of what happened during the conference.

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

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[ION Conference Toronto #3] Deconstructing/Reconstructing Ethnic & Generational Factors

[ION Conference Toronto #3] Deconstructing/Reconstructing Ethnic & Generational Factors

October 12, 2019

[ION Conference Toronto #3] Deconstructing/Reconstructing Ethnic & Generational Factors

In our third set of reflections, we hear from a number of panelists and participants about how the cultures and histories in which we come out of can deeply affect our view of gospel engagement, evangelism, and identity. Plus, we talk about how to bridge across the gaps of ethnic and generational divides!

It was an absolute honour to partner with the International Orality Network for their North American Regional Conference 2019 in Toronto. Click on the link below for more information about their ministry and a snapshot of what happened during the conference.

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

[ION Conference Toronto #2] Embodying The Gospel: Insights On Race, Stories, And Art

[ION Conference Toronto #2] Embodying The Gospel: Insights On Race, Stories, And Art

October 11, 2019

[ION Conference Toronto #2] Embodying The Gospel: Insights On Race, Stories, And Art

In our second set of reflections, we hear from a number of panelists and participants about how the gospel is embodied and how that affects the way we think about ourselves in regards to faith, race, and gender. Also, listen to participants describe how our creativity and art is a way to allow the gospel to resonate with our emotions and relationships!

It was an absolute honour to partner with the International Orality Network for their North American Regional Conference 2019 in Toronto. Click on the link below for more information about their ministry and a snapshot of what happened during the conference.

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

[ION Conference Toronto #1] How Narratives Shape People & Ministry (And Why We Are Fascinated With Movies)

[ION Conference Toronto #1] How Narratives Shape People & Ministry (And Why We Are Fascinated With Movies)

October 10, 2019

[ION Conference Toronto #1] How Narratives Shape People & Ministry (And Why We Are Fascinated With Movies)

In our first set of reflections, we hear from a number of panelists and participants about the importance of stories, how they help us to understand life, and what they reveal about our deepest longings.

It was an absolute honour to partner with the International Orality Network for their North American Regional Conference 2019 in Toronto. Click on the link below for more information about their ministry and a snapshot of what happened during the conference.

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

Road To ION Conference Toronto - Whoever Has Ears, Let Them Hear (feat. Naomi Frizzell)

Road To ION Conference Toronto - Whoever Has Ears, Let Them Hear (feat. Naomi Frizzell)

September 15, 2019

Road To ION Conference Toronto - Whoever Has Ears, Let Them Hear (feat. Naomi Frizzell)

How do we meet people where they are when the way they learn, grow, and connect has shifted in our society? How does that affect our engagement and help them to be marinated in the gospel message? In our final episode in our mini-series "Road To ION Conference Toronto", we have an insightful conversation with Naomi Frizzell, Director of the Programs Team for this year's conference and also the Executive Director of Audio Scripture Ministries.

BIG NEWS! CAMP is partnering with the International Orality Network to bring you conversations with the speakers and leaders from their upcoming North American conference (October 3-4, North York Chinese Baptist Church, Toronto). Click on the link below for more information and to register. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

Audio Scripture Ministries

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

Road To ION Conference Toronto - A Song Of Hope & Redemption Amidst Colonialism, Poverty, and Injustice (feat. Jonathan Maracle)

Road To ION Conference Toronto - A Song Of Hope & Redemption Amidst Colonialism, Poverty, and Injustice (feat. Jonathan Maracle)

September 8, 2019

Road To ION Conference Toronto - A Song Of Hope & Redemption Amidst Colonialism, Poverty, and Injustice (feat. Jonathan Maracle)

Against the backdrop of the struggles of the First Nations people, how can the walls of hostility, marginalization, and violence be broken down? Come and hear the journey of Jonathan Maracle, a Native Canadian leader and musical artist, who has experienced Christ's redemption and reconciliation in his life and among the tribes and seeks to spread a message of restoration and dignity through song and storytelling. PLUS, stay tuned until the end for a glimpse of Broken Walls' music!

BIG NEWS! CAMP is partnering with the International Orality Network to bring you conversations with the speakers and leaders from their upcoming North American conference (October 3-4, North York Chinese Baptist Church, Toronto). Click on the link below for more information and to register. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

Broken Walls

Jonathan Maracle on Twitter

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Music Credits:

aKu – The Final Blow © 2019 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

Broken Walls - Ride The Wind © 2002 Broken Walls All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

Road To ION Conference Toronto - You Have Heard It Said (feat. Jerry Wiles)

Road To ION Conference Toronto - You Have Heard It Said (feat. Jerry Wiles)

September 1, 2019

Road To ION Conference Toronto - You Have Heard It Said (feat. Jerry Wiles)

Hearing is believing!! A fantastic episode exploring the concept of orality and the shifts that are happening in culture. Even in the North American context, there is a shift from a textual society to preferred non-written expressions. What can we learn as we consider what it means to communicate and embody the gospel? How does this challenge us in the way we contextualize our engagement and discipleship? Join us for an insightful conversation with North American Regional Director, Jerry Wiles, as we dive into the topic of orality and what we learn from considering this oral traditions.

BIG NEWS! CAMP is partnering with the International Orality Network to bring you conversations with the speakers and leaders from their upcoming North American conference (October 3-4, North York Chinese Baptist Church, Toronto). Click on the link below for more information and to register. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Links:

International Orality Network

ION Conference Toronto: North American Regional Conference

Living Water International

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission

Episode 34 - The Necessary Practice Of Lament (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

Episode 34 - The Necessary Practice Of Lament (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

August 22, 2019

Episode 34 - The Necessary Practice Of Lament (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

What is lost when the practice of lament is neglected from the culture and rhythms of the church? How does it diminish our passion and limit our hopeful imagination of how God meets us in our suffering and leads us to experience His restoration and faithfulness? In the second part of our conversation with acclaimed writer and prophetic voice, Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, we dive into a topic that is not often discussed, but is vital for the church.

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Soong-Chan Rah at North Park University

Soong-Chan Rah on Twitter

Books: The Next Evangelicalism; Many Colors; and Prophetic Lament

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Episode 33 - Breaking Free From Cultural Captivity & Ideologies (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

Episode 33 - Breaking Free From Cultural Captivity & Ideologies (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

August 15, 2019

Episode 33 - Breaking Free From Cultural Captivity & Ideologies (feat. Soong-Chan Rah)

How have we become captive to cultural ideologies in our faith and the church and not even realized it? What are the narratives that informs our understanding of God and His mission? Join the CAMP team as they have a illuminating conversation with acclaimed writer and prophetic voice, Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, unpacking the subtle, but toxic, influences to our churches and embracing a new paradigm.

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Soong-Chan Rah at North Park University

Soong-Chan Rah on Twitter

Books: The Next Evangelicalism; Many Colors; and Prophetic Lament

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Music Credits: aKu – The Final Blow © 2018 aKu All Rights Reserved, Used With Permission