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100 Huntley Street - May 27, 2019
Music video "Is He Worthy" www.christomlin.com/
Allan Gallant suffered a stroke in July of 2017. It was so severe, the doctor said it was a miracle he survived. He should have been paralyzed on his right side, but God spared his life and body. Allan did suffer paralysis; his voice and speech were gone completely. He was in shock. God restored his voice, but different from what it was. He has what is called “aphasia”, a degenerative communication disorder. The very thing that gave him purpose from preaching and singing, changed. After recovering from the stroke and going through speech therapy, he noticed he was struggling deeply with panic and anxiety issues. He ended up in the mental health hospital for 10 days, and at one point wanted to end his life. Through his recovery God gave him and his wife a burden for people who suffer with mental health disorders. The burden shaped into developing a ministry to focus on the stigma of mental health. Recently Allan has been accepted as a Chaplain with The Fellowship and has launched their ministry called AGORA Network Ministries which seeks to equip, educate and engage the local church to the mental health stigma inside and outside its walls. www.agoranetworkministries.com
Up Next in 2019
100 Huntley Street - May 24, 2019
Michael Tait and Phil Joel represent Newsboys United. On the heels of last year’s blockbuster Newsboys United reunion tour and the current hit single, “Greatness Of Our God,” Christian music supergroup Newsboys is set to unveil their latest FairTrade Services set May 10. United, ...
100 Huntley Street - May 23, 2019
Jesus Christ became more than just a name to Steve on June 2, 2007. Up to that point Steve had drifted from Christianity to atheism and spent over 20 years in a cycle of abuse and drug addiction. Steve was blessed to have a Mother who never gave up on him and he is grateful t...
100 Huntley Street - May 22, 2019
Let’s face it, in this life, every one of us will suffer hardships. Thankfully, these hardships do not define us. It is how we deal with, recover from and help others through their hardships that is important. In her book, A Rescued Journey, Linda unashamedly shares her story ...