Lorna Dueck is the host and executive producer of Context with Lorna Dueck, and president of Media Voice Generation, the Canadian charitable organization that produces the weekly broadcast. Context with Lorna Dueck explores current
affairs from a Christian perspective. Presenting “life beyond the headlines,” the half-hour television program airs on 
seven TV networks.

A popular television personality and public speaker, Lorna works extensively in Canada's non-profit and charitable sector. She is a regular commentary writer on faith and public life in Canada's leading national newspaper, The Globe and Mail. 

Prior to her work in messaging the Christian story through media, she worked as a freelance journalist for Winnipeg Free Press and CBC Radio. She began her media career as a news reporter with Golden West Broadcasting and CKX Television 
and Radio in Manitoba. For eight years Lorna was co-host of Canada’s daily Christian TV program, 100 Huntley Street.

A graduate of Tyndale University College (Bachelor of Religious Studies), Lorna has studied journalism and writing 
at Red River Community College and the University of Manitoba. Lorna holds an honourary doctorate in Christian
Ministry from Trinity Western University, and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Evangelism and Leadership from
Wheaton College. Lorna and her husband Vern have raised a son and daughter.
 
A winner of Canadian Church Press and Word Guild Awards, Lorna 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 in Manitoba. In 2012 Lorna was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for her contribution to Canadian Society.