100 Huntley Street
100 Huntley Street - February 10, 2021
Michelle Schwarz’s father was tragically and suddenly killed by an impaired driver. This shocking event took place at a time when Michelle could not deeply process all that had happened. The driver did not show remorse for his actions and so Michelle did not extend forgiveness. Years passed before Michelle was able to deal with the anger and bitterness in her heart, and then she began the long journey towards forgiveness. Eventually Michelle was able to allow God to bind up the wounds of her heart and help her forgive the man who killed her father, whether he asked for it or not. By the grace of God, anger and bitterness was lifted from her and she could experience, and live in, true freedom. “Many O Lord are the wonders You have done The things You have planned for us None can compare to you. Were I to speak and tell of them They would be too many to declare”
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100 Huntley Street - February 9, 2021
Chris Chase is a husband, father of two, and an ordained minister with over 18 years of experience in pastoral ministry. Having worked with and ministered to every age group and culture across Canada, Chris enjoys helping people discover God’s love, delve into God’s Word, and decide t...
100 Huntley Street - February 8, 2021
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100 Huntley Street - February 5, 2021
Three-time Super Bowl champion and Air Force veteran Chad Hennings' successes began long before his professional football career. An accomplished lineman in high school, Hennings was offered full scholarships from universities across the nation. Instead, he chose to attend the U.S. ...