100 Huntley Street
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 of suffering through the divorce of her parents, sexual and domestic abuse and suicidal thoughts. During the darkest moments of her life, one prayer changed everything, and Linda learned that God still heals, He still saves, and He still restores.
Audrey Dillion grew up looking for love. She tried to find it in multiple relationships, which left her empty. After hitting rock bottom, living on the streets of Edmonton and pregnant, she decided to call her mom, who was fervently praying, and asked to come home. Today she is joyfully raising her autistic son, Benjamin. And serving the Lord faithfully in her community and surrounding area.
Up Next in 2019
100 Huntley Street - May 21, 2019
As a leader in teaching, training, and transforming boys in Detroit, Jason Wilson shares his own story of discovering what it means to “be a man” in his life-changing memoir “Cry Like a Man”. As the founder The Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, Jason has decades of ...
100 Huntley Street - May 20, 2019
Catriona Le May Doan
After carrying the Canadian flag into the 2002 Olympic Winter Games opening ceremonies, Catriona Le May Doan defended her Olympic title with a Gold medal performance in the 500-metre speed skating event, becoming the first Canadian individual, and the only female Canadian in...
100 Huntley Street - May 17, 2019
If Nathan Sheridan’s real-life story was optioned for a movie, the writers would have little need to enhance it for the silver screen. His journey holds all the elements of an epic narrative—struggle, addiction, abandonment, loss, courage and redemption. His debut, Broken With Yo...