N. J. Lindquist is the author of two adult mysteries, five novels and three discipleship manuals for teens, and a Christmas play. An inspiring motivational speaker and a writing teacher, her mandate is to encourage people to become all that God created them to be.Read our interview with N. J.
Wendy Elaine Nelles is an award-winning journalist, writer, editor and speaker with wide-ranging experience in the corporate, not-for-profit and publishing sectors. Her news articles, features and profiles have appeared on the front pages of Canadian Christian publications.
Janette Oke, who wrote the foreword, is one of Canada's best-selling authors. Now semi-retired, she has 49 books currently in print.
Carolyn Arends is a recording artist, author and speaker who has released 9 albums and two books. She is known for a warm, engaging style that leaves her audiences feeling they’ve found a new best friend.
Brian C. Austin has had more than 80 articles and poems published. He has a passion for audio poetry, and loves books. He works in a Bible Book Store and also serves as Church Librarian. Read our interview with Brian.
Paul Beckingham, a professor at Carey Theological College, has authored more than 60 creative and faith-based articles, which have appeared in more than 15 Christian and secular publications, including Crux, The Atlantic Baptist, and FaithWorks (USA).
Paul Boge is a professional engineer and has written numerous film reviews, book reviews and articles. He’s been active in inner city rescue work and recently spent two months teaching at an orphanage in Kenya. Read our interview with Paul.
Mark Buchanan lives on Vancouver Island. He is a pastor, the husband to one wife, father to three children, and author of four books.
Brad Burke, MD, is a Canadian Christian medical specialist, speaker, and author who took a five-year sabbatical from practicing medicine to research and write the compelling series, "An MD Examines." Read our interview with Brad.
Donna Carter is a dynamic, sought-after speaker because of her clarity, humour, and the light bulb moments she triggers. A co-founder of Straight Talk Ministries, her passion is to help people apply faith to everyday life. Read our interview with Donna.
Keith Clemons is a five-times-award-winning author who uses fiction to highlight current issues. When he isn’t writing, Keith makes TV and radio appearances where he discusses trends that impact church and society. Read our interview with Keith.
Donna Dawson and her husband live in rural Southwestern ON. At age 27, she surrendered her life to Christ and now writes freelance articles and faith-based thriller novels. Read our interview with Donna.
Angelina Fast-Vlaar is a retired college instructor who has written two books and various articles and poems. An inspirational speaker, she uses her wide range of experience to communicate hope and encouragement. Read our interview with Angelina.
Grace Fox is an author and speaker who helps women develop a fearless faith in Jesus Christ. With contagious desire, she shows how God’s truth can empower women to conquer fear. Read our interview with Grace.
Jean Chamberlain Froese is the founding executive director of Save the Mothers. She lives and works overseas eight months a year in Uganda, and is in Hamilton, Ont. annually from May to September, where she’s an assistant professor and directs McMaster University's International Women's Health Program.
Thomas Froese has been a journalist for over 20 years. He currently writes columns for Canadian newspapers from the Arab world, Africa, and beyond. His first book is coming out in 2008.
W. Harold Fuller, author of 12 books, has ministered on six continents, including editing African Challenge, Africa’s largest circulation monthly. Retired, he and his wife Lorna continue writing and editing. Read our interview with Harold.
Sheila Wray Gregoire is a popular speaker and author of four books. She loves encouraging women to focus on God's best, rather than the size of the dust bunnies under their bed!
Bonnie Grove is an innovative thinker and writer who has developed several social programs currently in use in Alberta. Her first Christian non-fiction book, Living Out of Your Strengths, is coming out later in the year. Read our interview with Bonnie.
Deborah Gyapong's journalism career spans more than 20 years in television, print and radio, including 12 years as a producer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s television news and current affairs programming.
Jane Harris-Zsovan is an author and journalist who digs into the political and social issues that make Canada unique. Writing in both mainstream and Christian media, she helps us understand Canada's destiny and our role in achieving it. Read our interview with Jane.
Keturah Leonforde has one life mission—inspiring individuals to identify and achieve theirs. Whether as an award-winning author, consultant, coach or presenter, Keturah's passion has helped countless individuals pursue their God-given destiny! Read our interview with Keturah.
M.D. Meyer is the award-winning author of three books, and editor of four anthologies. She mentors, edits and teaches writing classes, giving encouragement and practical help to novice and aspiring authors. Read our interview with M. D.
Denyse O'Leary has been a freelance writer since 1971. She specializes in science news of interest to faith communities for such publications as Christianity Today, Faith Today, and the Christian Times. She has three award-winning books. Read our interview with Denise.
Don Ranney is an orthopaedic surgeon who performed leprosy reconstructive surgery in India. As associate professor at the University of Waterloo he established the School of Anatomy. Publications include 112 scientific articles, four non-fiction books, six short stories and one novel. Read our interview with Don.
Diane Roblin Lee is an award-winning author, speaker and former TV Host of Nite Lite and Raiders of the Lost. She has produced 20 books, five of which were privately commissioned. Read our interview with Diane.
Eleanor Shepherd has had more than 90 articles published in Canada, the United States, France, Switzerland and New Zealand. She is also a speaker in Europe and North America, and even hosted a radio call-in show in Paris, France. Read our interview with Eleanor.
Ray Wiseman is a former pastor, video engineer and now author who has written eight books, fiction and non-fiction, and more than 900 magazine columns, articles and editorials. He typically tackles tough issues. Read our interview with Ray.
Carmen Wittmeier completed her MA in English at the University of Alberta in 1999 and taught college courses, edited novels, and wrote fiction before joining World Vision Canada in 2007. She has one book, Affirming the Birth Mother’s Journey. Read our interview with Carmen.
Eric E. Wright's six non-fiction books reflect his desire to make biblical truth simple, inspiring and relevant. His suspense fiction targets the general reader. He is a teacher, preacher and editor of the Fellowship LINK magazine.Read our interview with Eric.
Ron Wyse brings to his reflections on marriage almost twenty years in a cross-cultural marriage, life on three continents, as well as training in both Scripture and counselling.