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100 Huntley Street - February 27, 2020
When we live with unresolved anger or hurt, the result is nearly always bitterness, broken relationships, and unhealthy behaviors. Unforgiveness not only sabotages our interactions with those around us, it impedes our own spiritual growth and inner peace. And it can happen to anyone. In her most vulnerable writing yet, Ruth Graham reveals how a visit to Angola Prison inspired her to release the unforgiveness lurking in her own heart—toward others, herself, and even her heavenly Father and her earthly father, evangelist Billy Graham. In this encouraging book, she weaves her own personal experiences with biblical examples to explore what holds us back from forgiving others and ourselves—and what we gain when we finally discover the power to forgive. Along the way, she guides us into our own deeply personal experiences of forgiveness that will penetrate our protective walls and unleash true transformation in our lives. http://ruthgraham.com
At the age of 5 she first encountered the Holy Spirit and at the age of 15, in her community of Pinehouse Lake, she attended a Tent Meeting and accepted Jesus. She works as a Fish packer but also leads Worship at Pine Ridge Bible Camp.
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100 Huntley Street - February 26, 2020
As a young girl in Toronto, her family life was broken- Dad left and Mom abandoned her and her sister. After picking up the pieces, as a teen, Sakina found the attention she was craving in boyfriends and drugs. She narrowly escaped a gang shooting but found herself in the sex tr...
100 Huntley Street - February 25, 2020
Kristi is a recovering IV drug user who grew up in a home where drinking, drug use and violence was their normal. Moving around a lot, living with grandparents and her aunt and uncle, provided little of the stability and guidance a young girl needs to get a good start in life. Whi...
100 Huntley Street - February 24, 2020
Monday, February 24th, 2020
Women’s Inter Church Council of Canada began in 1918 and local events grew exponentially, and women of Canada and the United States co-developed and distributed materials abroad to their partners for the fledgling Day of Prayer in 1926. Today, the Wo...