Lorna Dueck is the national TV host of the weekly, Context with Lorna Dueck, a current affairs analysis program from a Christian perspective. It airs Sunday mornings on Global and Vision TV, and six specialty networks. The program is produced and located in Toronto at the Canadian Broadcasting Center, where Lorna leads a staff of 12. She is a commentary writer for The Globe and Mail on faith and public life and co-ordinates The Globe's monthly online Faith Exchange.
Lorna earned her BRE from Tyndale University College and has studied journalism and writing at Red River Community College and the University of Manitoba. She holds an honorary doctorate in Christian Ministry from Trinity Western University, and is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL.
She is a regular guest lecturer for the University of Toronto on Evangelicalism, and a persistent advocate of more public presence for Christianity in Canada.
In 2008, Dueck was presented with the Leading Women Award for her outstanding contributions to the fields of media and communications. And in 2009, she was awarded the "Distinguished Christian Leadership Award" from Providence College and Seminary.
Lorna and her husband Vern have two grown children, and are active in their hometown church, Burlington Christian and Missionary Alliance.