100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - September 26, 2019
Michelle struggled with alcohol and depression. For years she was in absolute denial of her self-inflicted physical pain and the depressive thoughts that flooded her mind. She would drink to the point of blacking out. She had multiple concussions and has been hospitalized. She had a recovery experience when she surrendered to the truth about her addictions and found a true purpose for her life, including through her music. Michelle performs and inspires people through her music and collaborates with others in the community through the music and entertainment world. The Drive Foundation has been established out of this passionate and clear purpose of raising awareness and actively supporting all people, regardless of age, suffering and recovering from mental illness and addiction. https://michelletitian.com/drive-foundation/
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100 Huntley Street - September 25, 2019
Trisha was born and raised in Onion Lake First Nation Saskatchewan. Prior to meeting Jesus and choosing to make Him Lord of her life, Trisha struggled with anger and depression. Her Mom invited her to fast, before she accepted Jesus into her life. Following this fast, Trisha recoun...
100 Huntley Street - September 24, 2019
Prison Fellowship Canada is a community-based movement of volunteers in every province and territory. From the Yukon to Southern Ontario and from Vancouver Island to the Maritimes, PFC is touching the lives of offenders, ex-offenders and their families through this remarkable min...
100 Huntley Street - September 23, 2019
Pat and Tammy McLeod
Life hit Pat and Tammy McLeod hard when their son Zach collapsed on a high school football field; he had sustained a severe brain injury. Facing the devastating possibility that things would never be the same for their beloved son, they committed to staying strong as a family...