100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - June 25, 2020
Ryan & Jennifer Walter
Ryan Walter was drafted #2 in the world and became the NHL's youngest-ever captain for a time as a Washington Capital. He went on to be an NHL All-Star and Stanley Cup Champion with the Montreal Canadiens, and NHLPA Vice-President and NHL Man of the Year while playing for the Vancouver Canucks. Ryan's colourful career has also included coaching, acting, broadcasting, writing, and being the president of a professional hockey team. Ryan says “I am thankful for my 17 seasons as an NHL player and coach, which certainly accelerated my learning curve in the 3 critical areas of Leadership, Team, and Performance. You can see in our model that Team Synergy and Performance form the sides of the triangle, while Leadership remains the foundation of all success. Culture is shaped whether we focus on it or not. Intelligent growth and development in the 3 areas of the Performance triangle will shape a positive, more engaging culture. I have chosen to center my topics on these 3 areas of passion, with the goal of inspiring a revitalized, hungry and better future for all.” Author of multiple books including “Simply the Best”, Ryan is all about giving back to others. In terms of his faith journey, Ryan came to Christ while captain of the NHL’s Washington Capitals. His teammate, Jean Pronovost, who had a great Christian walk, including a loving marriage, greatly impacted Ryan, along with the chapels that Hockey Ministries International provided for their team. After a period of internal struggle, a harrowing plane ride, and the work of the Holy Spirit in his life, Ryan received Jesus as his Lord and Saviour, and has loved his walk with Him. Ryan and Jennifer currently host marriage conferences at their Breakaway Retreat Centre. Jennifer enjoys speaking at outreach events, fundraising events, and discipleship events, on her own, and together with Ryan. Jennifer has been surrounded by hockey for most of her life. She started with a part-time job at age 16, selling programs at Peterborough Petes games. Next, she became a hockey wife, married to her NHL playing husband (later broadcaster and coach) for the past 32 years. This led to becoming a Hockey Mom to 3 boys* who played in a variety of leagues from minor hockey, through BCHL, PIJHL, NCAA, American Hockey League, NHL, ACHA, BCIHL, FL, SHL, and Austrian Hockey League. http://ryanwalter.com http://jennwalter.com
Father Simon Lobo
"Please note: Father Lobo's teaching segments were filmed prior to Physical Distancing mandates were in place" Saint Benedict Parish is a healthy and growing faith community that brings people to Jesus, forms disciples, and sends them out to transform the world. Father Lobo is Pastor of Saint Benedict Parish, and has also authored the book “Divine Renovation Apprentice” which is based upon his learnings about parish renewal and leadership while working alongside Father James Mallon. Father Lobo will share teaching segments based on a back to basics approach to the scriptures as per our Year of the Bible Initiative. http://saintbenedict.ca
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