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100 Huntley Street - April 19, 2019
Pauline’s husband, Rami worked for the Palestinian Bible Society and ran a Christian bookshop in Gaza. While Rami was locking up his shop after a normal day of work one afternoon in October 2007, a vehicle pulled alongside him, and several men forced him in the backseat. Rami, remaining calm and trusting in the Lord, was allowed to call his wife. “I am in a place far, far away, and it will take time” he said. That was the last time Pauline would hear her husband’s voice. Pauline shares her incredible story with us.
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100 Huntley Street - April 18, 2019
Dr. Salim Munayer
Salim J. Munayer is executive director and founder of Musalaha Ministry of Reconciliation, which has been bringing Israelis and Palestinian together since 1990 and creating a forum for reconciliation. Salim is a Palestinian-Israeli born in Lod as one of six children and receive...
100 Huntley Street - April 17, 2019
Father Ronald Angervil was born and raised in Haiti. He remembers as a child his family went to church regularly through the encouragement of their mother. They stopped going on a regular basis shortly prior to the death of his grandmother; her passing became a struggle for his mom, especially in...
100 Huntley Street - April 16, 2019
Ray and Vi Donovan
When Ray and Vi Donovan were awoken in the early hours of Saturday morning to the horrific news that their two sons had been brutally attacked by a gang while walking to a friend’s house that night, they felt as though their world had ended. The couple discovered that one of t...