Season 5: Episode 10 | Amy Orr-Ewing | Advent: An International Christian Author’s Reflections
Amy Orr-Ewing | Guest
International Author, Speaker and Theologian
Lorna Dueck | Interviewer
Lead Consultant | Lorna Dueck Creative
Listen or watch international Christian author Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing being interviewed by veteran journalist Lorna Dueck. They discuss Amy’s new book, Mary’s Voice: Advent Reflections to Contemplate the Coming of Christ as we prepare our hearts for Christmas – to connect with the Lord and His Word and celebrate Jesus in a deep and meaningful way. Mary’s Voice guides the reader through each day of Advent from Mary’s point of view, exploring who she knew Christ to be and includes passages from the Gospel of Luke, prayers and art pieces to engage readers’ hearts, minds and senses.
Dr. Amy Orr-Ewing is an international author, speaker and theologian who addresses the deep questions people have about the Christian Faith. She is the author of multiple books including ‘Where is God in All the Suffering?’ and bestselling, ‘Why Trust the Bible?’
Over the last twenty years, Amy has given talks and answered questions on the Bible for university students, Parliamentarians, business leaders, churches, conferences and many more. Amy enjoys broadcasting and working with the media and giving public lectures. A mother of three sons, Amy is kept busy engaging their lives while wrestling out the Christian faith for tomorrow’s leaders.
Amy is interested in the intersection of meaning and faith within the marketplace, education and policymaking. Amy holds a doctorate in Theology from the University of Oxford. But this year, Amy is tackling the season of Advent with new eyes for a new generation of those looking for Holy Wonder in the Christmas season.
Learn more about Amy Orr-Ewing: amyorr-ewing.com
Lorna was a regular commentary writer on faith and public life in Canada’s leading national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, and is a frequent media commentator. She has travelled the world reporting on church-led response to humanitarian crisis.
Lorna earned a Master of Arts in Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College. She has received honorary doctorate degrees from Trinity, Tyndale and Briercrest Universities. Lorna has received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for contributions to Canadian society.
Lorna and her husband Vern live in the Toronto suburbs, have been married over three decades, and delight in the adventures of their grown son and daughter.
Learn more about Lorna Dueck