Ted Fenske is a Fellow for Medicine and Public Christianity at the Ezra Institute for Contemporary Christianity (EICC), Clinical Professor with the Division of Cardiology at the University of Alberta, and staff cardiologist at the C.K. Hui Heart Centre. Referring to himself in his hospital role as “a sheep in wolf’s clothing,” he endeavors to shine God’s light in dark places of need and provide compassionate care for his patients, asserting that his personal faith in Christ has been the focus and foundation of his practice. He is involved in outreach mission, both locally and abroad, including trips to Sub-Saharan Africa with Samaritan’s Purse. He is an author of numerous books and journals, and has a passion for equipping ministry, speaking in public forums on a broad range of topics, including the COVID crisis and vaccination concerns, countering abortion and euthanasia, addressing conscience rights, LGBT agenda and gender confusion, and pornography addiction, and critiquing evolutionism and environmentalism. Formerly from Vancouver, he is the proud father of three sons and content to call Edmonton home these past 30+ years, where he and his wife, Tanya, attend Fellowship Baptist Church and are actively involved in the Christian community.