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100 Huntley Street - September 9th, 2019
After quietly serving God as missionaries in the Philippines for 17 years, suddenly in 2001 a terrorist group kidnapped the Burnhams along with several other people. By November 2001, only the Burnhams and one other hostage remained in captivity. For 376 days Martin and Gracia experienced frequent gun battles, near starvation, and constant exhaustion. They also experienced God’s sustaining grace. On June 7, 2002, Gracia was wounded, but set free through a firefight between the Philippine military and the Burnham’s captors. But in the same gun battle, Martin was killed. The world expected Gracia to be emotionally destroyed by all she suffered. Instead, she chose to trust God and forgive those who took her captive and caused the death of her husband. God has used her testimony to give hope and encouragement to many experiencing life’s difficulties. An able communicator, Gracia’s passion for missions shines through each time she talks about her experiences. www.GraciaBurnham.org
A bit of a late bloomer, Marci started her 2nd Bakery after starting a family. This wasn't the original plan... She had always loved baking for people and was drawn to those with food allergies and sensitivities. She started her 1st baking biz, freshly married and motivated. She had a wonderful husband, they were having babies and living the dream to serve delicious healthy baked goods everywhere! Sadly, an unexpected tragedy hit them when their 3rd full term son died while being delivered. Their world and business came to a crashing halt. After some years of recovery, Marci began with her first of 3 major goals: She had another baby! Then the next goal; they restarted the business with fresh vision to serve people and help them enjoy fresh baking that was decadent, tasty, and completely allergen free. They keep winning awards and that's against all other bakeries. Marci thinks they keep winning because more and more are realizing the significance of what they are doing, their baking tastes amazing, and because God is in the mix. The third goal was to make a difference and help babies not die internationally - through an organization in South Africa called The Baby Safe (who rescues abandoned babies). This charitable organization sends out teams to rescue these wee ones in various places like garbage dumps, abandoned vehicles, on beaches and so on. Marci couldn’t control the death of her own child, but maybe she could help these little ones not die. Marci's Bakery supports this cause monthly. Join us as Marci shares how she persevered through the tragedy of losing her child and how she stayed the course with her faith. https://marcisbakery.com
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100 Huntley Street - September 6th, 2019
Jordan Smith’s voice needs no introduction. His powerhouse delivery and expansive range remain instantly identifiable and inimitable. His full-length debut, Something Beautiful, entered the Billboard Top 200 at #2 and made history as the highest debut ever and biggest first-week sell...
100 Huntley Street - September 5th, 2019
In high school, David Kline was the All-American kid--excelled in multiple sports, achieved honor roll every year, played the lead in theater, sang in choir, and elected to student government. Everything was going his way. All that changed on a beautiful summer day in 1987 when a divi...
100 Huntley Street - September 4th, 2019
Do you feel lost in a difficult season, wondering, “GOD, WHERE ARE YOU?!” Perhaps you heard God speak, but now He seems silent. Maybe you moved forward in faith, but now His presence is nowhere to be found. Welcome to the wilderness—the place between receiving a promise from God and s...