Podcast: All Things Reconciled

How do Christians and the Church respond to the call of Jesus to join God in His peacemaking and reconciliation work around the world? This podcast by the Peace and Reconciliation Network of the World Evangelical Alliance is produced by the EFC and features Canadian cohosts who dialogue with community peacemakers, drawing out practical tips and insights from people leading in reconciliation work around the world in conflicts big and small, old and new.

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Jeanette-BohmCo-host Jeanette Böhm is an associate of the PRN with a focus on media development. Her desire is to bridge connections between peacemakers globally through storytelling. Phil-WaglerShe is licensed as an official worker of The Alliance (formerly the Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada), where she is currently an apprentice with their New Ventures program, seeking to develop a holistic approach to living on mission while exploring reconciliation-based discipleship. She lives in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont.

Co-host Phil Wagler is global director for the PRN and a pastor from Kelowna, B.C. He also works with PRN director for Canada Joel Zantingh on the PRN blog at


War and Suffering in the Holy Land

Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel from the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023. The tragedy and suffering of both Israelis and Palestinians has once again become headline news. What has shaped the horror? What are Christians in the region saying? How are we to think and respond as Jesus's disciples? PRN Middle East North Africa Regional Coordinator Salim Munayer joins All Things Reconciled to make sense of the chaos.

Crisis in the Caucasus: Armenians Under Pressure

On September 19, 2023 tensions exploded between Azerbaijan and Armenia over a small territory within Azerbaijan that is home to ethnic Christian Armenians. Craig Simonian, PRN Caucasus Regional Coordinator, joins All Things Reconciled to share the history and reality of this live crisis facing the world's oldest Christian nation, it's impact on the world, and what you can do to make a difference as an everyday reconciler.

Welcome to the African Hut

In this episode Martin Kapenda, PRN Africa Regional Coordinator, unpacks his experience and observations of the unique challenges facing Africa, the African hut as a beautiful example of the church working together, and the African understanding of ‘Ubuntu’ as a gift to a world looking for true community.

Reconciliation in South Sudan

Arkanjelo Wani Lemi joins us in this episode to talk about his experience in South Sudan training pastors and churches to be peacemaking in their communities. 

Reconciliation in Rwanda

Joseph Nyamutera shares of his own transformation and of the growth of a reconciled and reconciling people and ministry from the ashes of mourning and lament.

The Power of Prayer in South Africa

In this conversation Anneke Rabe shares the amazing way God used the prayerfulness of a handful of South African women to bring reconciliation to racial divides spanning centuries.

Series 2. Episode 1 - The Johannes Reimer Story

Can the life of an angry prisoner really be transformed into a witness of God’s reconciling mission? Johannes Reimer, Director of the World Evangelical Alliance’s Public Engagement Department, reveals how his life from unlikely beginnings became precisely that.

Series 2. Episode 2 Reconciliation in the Life of Church, Society, Family & Creation

How does reconciliation move beyond ideas and even theologies to the practical everyday realities of society, politics, church life, family and creation care? Johannes Reimer, Director of the World Evangelical Alliance’s Public Engagement Department, unpacks the practical ways reconciliation impacts every area of life.

Series 2. Episode 3 - Reconciliation in my Life

Reconciliation, at the core of the gospel and mission of God in the world, intersects with the experiences we all live. Jeanette Bohm and Phil Wagler wrestle with the hope of reconciliation in their own stories and desire to be increasingly reconcilers in the world.