In the Fall of 2020, as the world continued to process and live through the Covid-19 Pandemic, the long-term care home, where Erica’s Mother, Sharon Ogilvie, was living, went into lockdown due to a Covid breakout. During this time, Erica’s sweet Mom was extremely ill (non-Covid related) and it became apparent to Sharon, and her brother, that their Mom was not going to live. Unable to visit her Mom, Erica was distraught and at the end of herself, but she prayed and cried out to God for His help, and God answered in a most miraculous and personal way
Quintessence began as a duo that performed at a few small gatherings. Now a trio, the Cacciacarro sisters, Miriam, Hannah, and Abigail combine the beautiful, serene music of two violins with a cello, the king of stringed instruments. For several years now, the sisters have performed under the group name Quintessence, chosen for its reference to pursuing excellence for the glory of God. Declare His glory among the nations, His wonders among all peoples." 1 Chronicles 16:24 http://quintessencensemble.com
Samuel Kisitu, a Ugandan refugee claimant and temporary agency worker, had been deployed to some of the riskiest frontline jobs during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the Fall of 2020, while struggling himself to survive, Samuel was working at a long-term care facility in Stratford, Ontario. During his placement at this facility, Samuel became the answer to one desperate daughter’s prayer for her dying mother... You will want to watch to hear this inspiring story!