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100 Huntley Street - May 5, 2022
Today is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous women, girls, boys, and men. The reality of this crisis is devastating. A mother and daughter share how they’ve kept hope alive after losing their loved one 27 years ago. This story was told on the Wet’su’wet’en territory in Northern BC.
2022 is an exciting year for Crossroads Cares, we are celebrating 40 years of making a difference through emergency aid and humanitarian work both here at home and around the world. http://crossroads.ca/cares/
Up Next in 2022
100 Huntley Street - May 4, 2022
Nancy and her husband, Cam, have been married since 1990 and have two sons—Aaron who is married to his darling wife, Rachel, and their beloved David who now lives in heaven. He died in May 2021 after a courageous battle with cancer. Nancy joins us to share intimately about her experie...
100 Huntley Street - May 3, 2022
What happens to us does not have to define us. In "The Red Geranium Sisterhood", women will find the inspiration to believe in and embrace their inherent worth by discovering and embracing the Creator’s radical love. Author Shelley M. Christian encourages women to discover their...
100 Huntley Street - May 2, 2022
Jonathan Lewis spends his working hours in the world of personal finance. As someone who deals with affluent families for a living, early in his faith journey, Jonathan was convicted on how he managed his own money and giving. He felt personally driven to dive deeper in his own personal walk with...