Greg Pennoyer is the Director of Faith in Canada 150, a sesquicentennial project of Cardus, which highlights and celebrates the role of faith and religion in Canadian life over our 150 year history. As well, he founded the Roundtable, a membership association for Canadian faith-based philanthropy, and is a key voice for recovering the gift of the arts by people of faith.
In this second part of our interview, we talk about:
- Gaps in faith-based philanthropy
- Stewarding the power of philanthropy
- Our culture of amnesia in forgetting how we have been shaped as a society
- The need for Christians to engage with those outside their faith
- Honouring other faiths while living out our own
This is part 2 of 2 episodes.
Quote of the Podcast:
“Philanthropy is a very powerful thing. Where we give, how we give, what organizations we choose to give to and not give to. Each one of these decisions has such an impact.”
- Faith in Canada 150
- Millennial Summit
- The Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize for Faith and Writing
- God With Us by Gregory Wolfe and Greg Pennoyer, eds.
- God For Us by Gregory Wolfe and Greg Pennoyer, eds.