100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - March 8, 2021
Thrive don’t just survive, no matter what life throws at you! When life falls apart what we so desperately need is a friend who’s been there, a way to discover that life doesn’t have to be pain-free to be full, and then a road map to go live it. With plenty of her English humor and loads of practical advice Niki helps you do just that. Breathe Again is part BFF, part spiritual cheerleader/coach, and 100% down-to-earth. Niki Hardy is a Brit in the USA, cancer survivor, pastor’s wife, and teller of terrible jokes. As the author of Breathe Again: How to Live Well When Life Falls Apart, and host of the down to earth, devotional style podcast, http://nikihardy.com/chemochairprayers, and the online conference Trusting God Through Cancer, she’s all about meeting you when life’s not fair and helping you discover that with God, life doesn’t have to be pain-free to be full, then go live it. Niki and her husband Al now live in Charlotte, NC with their two lovely, but rather stupid, Goldendoodles, and the youngest of their three grown kids. http://nikihardy.com
Up Next in 2021
100 Huntley Street - March 5, 2021
Over the past 15 years, Hope Darst, has been leading worship, growing her family and serving the local church. She wears many titles…wife, mother, worship leader and songwriter. In 2013, after a decade of being in full-time ministry and on staff at her local church, Hope found herself ...
100 Huntley Street - March 4, 2021
It has been a challenging season for Indigenous communities, and the alarming numbers of tragedies have prevented community members from grieving properly. First Peoples Voices Producer, Crystal Lavallee brings us a special report on what the realities are on the ground and how we...
100 Huntley Street - March 3, 2021
One moment in time can change the course of our whole lives. On July 31, 1999, life as she knew it stopped for Hedy Wiebe. While she and a friend were driving on a Manitoba highway, a van ran a stop sign, and they hit the passenger side of the van head-on with enough force to send them...