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100 Huntley Street - November 5, 2021
Bashir says God called him out to quit his sales job in Pakistan to preach the gospel of Christ. Eventually he and his family were persecuted and accused of blasphemy against Prophet Mohammed. His family was attacked, beaten and wounded. Eventually Bashir was able to immigrate to Canada. Bashir still has a dream to return to Pakistan especially because of the five churches he had started that are now scattered. “It feels like I’m a Shepard that abandoned his flock”. Despite all he has been through, his faith remains strong.
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100 Huntley Street - November 4, 2021
Grace Mutua Mulli
Grace oversees the Mully Children's Family Finance Operations https://crossroads.ca/relief-development-rescue-and-care// https://mullychildrensfamily.org/
Nona Jones is a rare combination of preacher, author, business executive, entrepreneur, media personality and wo...
100 Huntley Street - November 3, 2021
Rev. Shireen Spencer is a Church of the Nazarene credentialed minister who has served since 2005, working to connect people to God through the Word, Worship and Working Relationships. Shireen has pastored in two different churches working with youth, families and couples; leading ...
100 Huntley Street - November 2, 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...