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100 Huntley Street - March 13, 2019
About 2 1/2 years ago Jesus became more than just a name to Nicole. She had been raised in a Christian family, so did believe - somewhat... But about 2 yrs ago after having an alcohol addiction and being in treatment Centre, Nicole realized she couldn't do it on her own anymore and needed God in her life. She completely surrendered to God, trusted in Jesus and had faith in Him. Nicole says that what she was doing was not working for her. She had to believe that God was always walking with her and never left her side. Nicole looks back now and realizes just how much God has done for her and her children.
Ginny Bruneau grew up in Cold Lake First Nation reserve in Alberta. She had a wonderful loving home until the age of 12, when her mother left her father for a younger man. Forced to be the parent, Ginny had to take care of her younger siblings. One day ger older sister invited her to a coffee house where they shared about Jesus, and right then, Ginny gave her heart to Jesus. Growing in her faith and seeing the negative conditions on the reserve, she decided to found her own research and consulting company to help communities struggling with clean water and proper housing.
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100 Huntley Street - March 12, 2019
CHRISTINE CAINEis a lover of Jesus, wife to Nick, and mum to Catie and Sophie. She travels the globe preaching, teaching, and advocating for justice. Powered by hot, extra-dry, skinny, cappuccinos, Christine is a lover of words who speaks too fast, talks too much, and also writes...
100 Huntley Street - March 11, 2019
Pastor Terefe Sereke
Pastor Sereke joins us to talk about the March 10, 2019 Ethiopian Airlines Crash which killed all 157 passengers and crew on board. www.eeced.org
A former crack-addict, wanted criminal and divorced mother of three, Searita’s adult life was anything...
100 Huntley Street - March 8, 2019
Born in Haiti as the only daughter and the youngest sibling to two boys, l learned to fight for my rights and be strong at a very early age. As far I can remember, life in Haiti was beautiful, but l constantly had to battle with my older brothers and stand my ground, which serv...