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100 Huntley Street - March 5, 2019
Although her parents were believers, Eileen would say that she chose to give her life to Christ when she got tired of wandering. Eileen finally came to a place where she was curious for what her life could be like if she took God more seriously. Eileen saw people talking about joy and a feeling of peace even amid storms, but at such a young age (14) she felt so troubled. A pastor encouraged Eileen to go on a Church retreat and her life has never been the same since. Before going she was a sharp mouthed, foul talking, always angry and fighting kind of girl. After coming back from the retreat, Eileen felt refreshed and desired to be at peace - inside of herself and with others. Eileen has experienced anger, depression, illness and many trials in her young life, but she draws her strength and hope from her faith in God and has learned through her experiences that God is real, He is always with us and He cares. www.ellspressions.wordpress.com/
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100 Huntley Street - March 1, 2019 - a
Joey Murray is a strong kid. At the tender age of 4, Joey was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. It is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. The tragic nature of his story is when a week after he was diagnosed, his mom, Doretta, suffered a stress seizure. After re...
100 Huntley Street - February 28, 2019
Father Ronald Angervil was born and raised in Haiti. He remembers as a child his family went to church regularly through the encouragement of their mother. They stopped going on a regular basis shortly prior to the death of his grandmother; her passing became a struggle for his mom, especially in...
100 Huntley Street - February 27, 201...
Deborah went through depression & two suicide attempts. Her life was changed dramatically when she accepted Jesus as her personal Lord. Many times she would call the 100 Huntley Street prayer lines for prayer. Her passion is to minister to Aboriginal People.