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100 Huntley Street - October 25, 2022
Pastor Saeed Pakniat grew up in a religious Muslim home in Iran following Shia Muslim customs and traditions. As a young man, he started to question some of the rules and teachings of his religion which eventually led him to explore the life and teachings of Jesus. After receiving Christ into his heart, he was tortured and eventually he and his family were forced to flee to Turkey, and eventually Canada. Now he pastors 3 Iranian churches (Toronto, New Market, and Montreal) and has an online ministry that reaches Iranians in many countries.
Dr. Bassma Dabbour was born in Tunisia and raised in a conservative Muslim home. After coming to faith in Christ, she completed her Doctorate of Ministry, majoring in Leadership. Bassma is a gifted communicator and teacher who brings a unique mix of theological knowledge and sensitivity to those from a Muslim Background. Today Bassma will join the discussion on The Persecuted Church. http://vomcanada.com
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100 Huntley Street - October 24, 2022
Curtis says: "Truth of my testimony is that I believed in Jesus Christ, but because of anger & bitterness due to being treated poorly by several 'Christians', I rebelled. I handed myself over to the demonic through sin and an obsession with darkness. They had got access points in...
100 Huntley Street - October 21, 2022
Rev. Percy McCray Jr. has spent more than 20 years ministering to cancer patients and their caregivers at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA). He recognizes cancer care ministry as a special calling from God and considers faith a key—but often overlooked— component of cancer treatment. He...
100 Huntley Street - October 20, 2022
Ed Dickson and his family have been living in Ukraine since 1996. Serving orphan children, seniors, refugees and local churches. Loads of Love has over 40 full-time workers in Ukraine, who have committed to be the light that God has called them to be through this crisis. Ed was born in Canada, ra...