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Brett Ullman is a Canadian Christian involved in acting, dance, film, music, new media, news, publishing, radio, television, theatre, visual arts and writing ministry in Canada.

Brett Ullman is a dynamic media speaker, talking about how music and other media can affect our faith. Since 1997, Worlds Apart’s has a legacy of reaching youth is a growing inspiration to many. Brett is also the founder and developer of the web resource site JesusCanada.com.


Media Service

Brett Ullman speaks with courage and conviction on sensitive, current issues affecting youth including self-injury, suicide, substance abuse, sexuality, music and faith in our modern age. Currently Brett offers four talks: media.faith.culture (students and parents versions), Your Story: The Wounding Embrace (Self-Injury), and dating.for.life.

His ministry Worlds Apart educates and inspires youth to critically reflect on how we interect and are inpacted by media culture in our daily lives, habits, relationships and intrapersonal experiences. works to educate teens and parents about the impact of popular media culture on young people. He has spoken with teens from coast to coast.

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