Vladimir joins the program to bring an update on Crossroads Cares Relief and Development work in Ukraine. Through the generous support of our donors, Crossroads is able to provide care and tangible aid to precious children at Ukraine Orphanages. http://crossroads.ca/relief-development-rescue-and-care
Cherie White, a modern visionary and passionate world-changer, founded Kingdom Investments on January 3rd, 2016. Since then, she has become a REIN member, (Real Estate Investing Network) fix and flipped 20 properties, owns six long term rentals in Abbotsford, incorporated a construction company called Kingdom Renovations, and a third company called Kingdom Staging. She has a staff of ten, and rents an office in the Downtown Eastside. She has won several awards, such as Renovator of the Year, Top Player of the Year for 2018 at REIN, and has been nominated for the RBC Women’s Entrepreneur for Social Change. Cherie has been married to her husband, Aaron, for twenty years, and has four teen-aged kids.
Chantal Dube is known as Toronto’s most elegant harpist and has been performing at special events for over 23 years. The tranquility of her music allows you to worship and meditate while taking a moment out of your busy life to be still. She also enjoys recording for other well known artists. In her spare time Chantal enjoys volunteering at the Credit Valley Hospital playing in the NICU for the premature babies. The harp has been scientifically proven to benefit preemies. This is a unique way that Chantal is able to give back to her community in a thoughtful and practical manner. Visit iTunes to hear all of Chantal’s albums. Chantal is also a Homeschooling Mom who will share some practical tips on how to keep your kids occupied during this pandemic. She will also share about how each day she posts some of her harp music to provide some peace to people who are anxious. She will mention the following links – we will have them available online for viewers as well. http://ChantalDube.com
Pastor Lennett Anderson
Lennett J. Anderson is the Senior Pastor of EBC: The MEETing Place, Upper Hammonds Plains, NS. Named by MacLean’s Magazine as “one of five Canadian Pastors who are breathing new life into their communities,” he has been identified as a source of inspiration and encouragement to many. Since returning to his home church in 1999 Pastor Anderson’s leadership has led to the formation of a blended community of worshippers who meet to exemplify unity within the Body of Christ. Dr. Anderson is a sought-after speaker with a dynamic presentation and message. He is also a retired commissioned Officer in the Canadian Forces where he served as Unit Chaplain for HMCS SCOTIAN. His passion for community is evident through his contributions as consultant for the Halifax Regional School Board on leadership and race relations, as a member of the Halifax Regional Municipality Chief of Police Roundtable on Diversity and Race Relations, as Moderator of the African United Baptist Association of Nova Scotia, and as a former board member of the Nova Scotia Chapter of the Children’s Wish Foundation. Rev. Anderson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dalhousie University and a Master of Divinity degree from Acadia Divinity College. He also received an honorary Doctorate of Divinity degree from St. Thomas Christian College. He has been recognized with numerous awards including: The 2016 ADC Alumni Distinguished Service Award (Acadia University School of Theology); The Canadian Forces Decoration Medal (2009), The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012); the Acadia University Medal in Theology (2000); and inclusion in Who’s Who in Black Canada 2 (2006). Dr. Anderson is married to Dr. Késa Munroe-Anderson and together they have two sons and a daughter. http://ebcmeet.com
Vijay will be bringing us a special message based on Mark 4:35-41 where Jesus Calms the storm. He will focus on how we work through our fears at a time like this, and what does it mean that Jesus is with us in the storm. Vijay’s main point will be: your fears shrink when your view of God grows. http://upperroom.ca