Canoeing and Kayaking in Bas-Saint-Laurent, Québec | Paddle Tales

My name’s Ken Whiting. I’m a world champion whitewater paddler and I’ve led trips and taught kayaking around the world. As an athlete and explorer my lifelong passion has been to challenge myself, meet interesting new people, discover beautiful places, and share these experiences with others. This is the story of these adventures. This is…

Funeral of a Martyr

Funeral of Ghazi Mumtaz Qadri Shaheed (Martyr) Who gave his life for the Honor of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam Ghazi Mumtaz Qadri Shaheed’s Last View. People Coming to Visit and View the Defender of Beloved Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam’s Honor. Ghazi Mumtaz’s Respected Father standing near Blessed Body of His son. People Coming in…

10 Most/Least Religious States in America

These are the top 10 most and least religious states in America. North Carolina is the 10th most religious state. 65% of its residents say they are highly religious and 66% pray every day. Only 3% of North Carolinians practice non-Christian religions. Colorado is the 10th least religious state. 30% attend worship services at least…

England’s Surprising Fourth Biggest Religion

So, religion is a pretty big thing. And there’s a whole bunch of them. From Christianity to Islam and from Judaism to the one with the flying spaghetti monster But that’s a whole other video. In the 2001, what would you guess was English and Welsh fourth biggest religion? For example what if I told…

Book Trailer: Canadian Mormons

My name Is Roy Prete and I’m one of the editors of the book “Canadian Mormons: History of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Canada.” I’m Carma Prete, I’m married to Roy Prete and I’m also an editor. This book tells the story of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints…

The Roots of Religion: Genevieve Von Petzinger at TEDxVictoria

Translator: Robert Tucker Reviewer: Krystian Aparta We live in a world that is absolutely infused with religion and spirituality, sometimes even to the point where maybe we don’t recognize it. It affects everything from something as simple as the holidays we celebrate, to the names that we give our children, to something much more really…