CBC Tapestry’s crazy interview with John VanDuzer

CBC Tapestry’s crazy interview with John VanDuzer

Yesterday afternoon, radios all across Canada were tuned to CBC Tapestry and people had the pleasure of being a fly on the wall when Mary Hynes and I chatted about faith and finances. For the three people who missed the interview it’s offered up here: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/tapestry/winter-survival-guide-1.3399094/reconciling-faith-and-finances-1.3400752

Still not sure if it’s worthwhile to listen? I don’t blame you! But the CBC website includes this charming intro which should inspire you to give up the next 15 minutes of your life:

“It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God.” – Matthew 19:24

This verse from the Bible is often misquoted, misinterpreted, and misunderstood. How do you make sense of money while being a religious believer?

John VanDuzer is a marketing pro and fundraiser for charities, He delivered a seven-week sermon series that eventually became the book Loonie: Crazy Talk about Finances and Faith. (Maybe the Canadian one-dollar coin has a more perfect name than anyone realized.)

VanDuzer dropped by the Tapestry studio to think out loud about faith and finances. And here is what he had to say:


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